: EN LAS TRINCHERAS: Edición especial. Agustí Calvet Pascual known as Gaziel was a Spanish journalist, writer and publisher. articles on the First World War, including several ones not collected in the – books, En las trincheras (In the trenches), was published. Una obra fundamental de la historia del periodismo español. “Agustí Calvet, Gaziel, es el autor del mejor libro escrito en español sobre la guerra de
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Portugal lejano by Gaziel Book 18 editions published between and in 3 languages and held by 45 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. His reappearance in the Catalan literary arena, at age seventy-two, surprised the cultural Establishment of Barcelona.
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tricnheras This page was last edited on 31 October lae, at Una vila del vuitcents: Gaziel wrote with equal elegance in either Catalan or Spanish actually he published eight works in Spanish and fourteen in Catalan, while his almost daily writing in La Vanguardia along twelve years was in Spanish ; and while he always saw himself as a genuine Catalan he never fully backed the Catalan nationalismas he made clear in his posthumous work, Quina mena de gent som What kind of tdincheras are we.
En las trincheras by Gaziel Book 12 editions published between and in Spanish and held by 55 WorldCat member libraries worldwide. Un estudiant a Paris, i d’altres estudis by Gaziel Book 7 editions published between and in Catalan and Spanish and held by 29 WorldCat member libraries worldwide.
Return to Book Page. On the contrary, in the second half of his life he developed a clear socio-cultural, not political, antiamericanism.
Although strictly speaking he did not belong to the Noucentisme Catalan cultural movement, he was close to it and always admired Eugeni d’Ors and, above all, Enric Prat de la Riba. Retrieved from ” https: Tots els camins duen a Roma: While he spends a spring afternoon in the delightful beach of Estorilhe looks sadly over his life and the three wars First World WarSpanish Civil WarSecond World War he witnessed, and over the contemporary European situation, including the Indochina War where his eldest son was fighting in the ranks of the French Army.
Refresh and try again. He had married a French lady in In the second one he showed himself captivated by the magnificent renaissance art in Florence and fn the opportunity to express his most profound aversion to the mass society.
This book trincherws not yet featured on Listopia. Antonio GrcDz rated it really liked it Jan 09, Flor marked it as to-read Nov 11, Euskal Srpski marked it as to-read Sep 19, Most widely held works by Gaziel.
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Trivia About En las trincheras. Xolrax marked it as to-read Aug 21, As a result of these travels he wrote, and published a decade later, his so-called Iberian trilogy: Bea marked it as to-read Jun 22, Want to Read saving….
In those years preceding the Spanish civil war Gaziel was appointed editor in chief of La Vanguardiaand he was widely seen as the most incisive political analyst in Spain. Views Read Edit View history.
In the late s, he wrote Meditaciones en el desierto Meditations in the deserta depressing view on the situation of Spain and, more generally, of Europe in the postwar years.
In Octobera new compilation of Gaziel’s articles on the First World War, including several trinchras not collected in the — books, En las trincheras In the trencheswas published. Gerardo Diego rated it it was amazing Oct 15, La Barcelona de ayer: Loreto Alejandre added it Mar 15, All in all, Gaziel was, first and foremost, a liberal, conservative, eurocentric bourgeoisand, like many cultured men of his time, he was well aware of the dramatic, and to trincherxs disappointing, changes the world had experienced along the first half of the 20th century, to the point that in Portugal far away he wrote: Technificado rated it it was amazing Jan 10, Ivan Kinkon rated it it was amazing Dec 20, La peninsula inacabada includes also a very significant extensive soliloquy: Alexis rated it it was amazing Feb 24, After the proclamation of the Second Spanish Republic inhe showed himself as a firm pro-republican, but after he became increasingly disappointed and anxious over the social and political atmosphere in Spain.