The exile of Manuel Altolaguirre, poet of the Generation of ‘27, touches on Spanish and Latin American literature and culture. The article examines the attitudes and beliefs of the avant-garde from the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera and the Second Republic through the Spanish Civil War and into exile. Using Altolaguirre’s experiences in Cuba and Mexico, the article discusses exile literature and the dislocations of Spanish refugees struggling to make a living on the fly and feeling further isolated and forgotten in the upheavals of the Second World War.
Ph.D., University of Georgia. Associate Professor of Spanish-language Poetry at the University of North Texas. Articles and presentations on poetry, ekphrasis, culture and the avant-garde, as well as translations, including two books.
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"Manuel Altolaguirre: Between Exile and Spain,"
The Coastal Review: An Online Peer-reviewed Journal: Vol. 7
, Article 4.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.georgiasouthern.edu/thecoastalreview/vol7/iss1/4