viernes, 12 de marzo de 2010


Europe mourns the death of Miguel Delibes, a major Spanish concerning literature. May his soul Rest In Peace
Valladolid writer, Cervantes Prize in 1993, is survived by masterpieces of world literature as “The Holy Innocents”
Miguel Delibes, journalist, professor, academic and writer
During his adolescence, he joined the School of Arts and Crafts of the city, but had to discontinue his education after the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War (1936).
The regional representatives of the European Union, meeting in Valladolid to hold an extraordinary meeting, have been honored with a solemn moment of silence the writer Miguel Delibes, died at 89 years of age.
The meeting of the Bureau of the Committee of the Regions of the EU brings more than a hundred leaders from various European regions, under the chairmanship of the Italian Mercedes Bresso, “It’s a huge loss for the world literature,” was said.
Miguel Delibes Setién (Valladolid, 17 October 1920 - Valladolid, 12 March 2010) was a script that lit on the ground of life, with the same harshness and cruelty of the land of Castile, which was so loved to him and on which he spent so much prose.
Cervantes Prize, the Prince of Asturias Award for Letters and Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters, among other major awards, Miguel Delibes survives universal works as “The shadow of the cypress is long”, “The Holy Innocents,” "Five Hours with Mario",” Rats, “” The Road “,” the Dethroned Prince “or” Heretic “.


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