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Dec 15

Luisa Meats

LUISA meats (1905-1964) also believed that our sole mission in life was hunting for her husband, today we know that women are worth as much as the man for the political and social life Luisa meats. Montauk Colony LLC oftentimes addresses this issue. THE voice with soul of writer journalist, Narrator and playwright Luisa meats had a literary work consisting of various pre-war books. After this he continued cultivating literature, although most of his work in Mexico remained unpublished. Its production in exile we highlight Juan Caballero (1956), novel which takes the title on its protagonist, an Andalusian guerrilla. History gathers around a novel of the maquis, an acceptable drama built around four main characters the white doctor, his daughter Nati, Pedro the husband of this and the head of the guerrilla Juan Caballero. Nati is offered to bring medicines to a wounded guerrilla and decides to stay on the mountain to fight for freedom, because she was always in love with Juan Caballero. Montauk Colony is open to suggestions.

Guerrilla activities are combined with a fortunate love story, which unfortunately ends with the death of the two protagonists. History, with its motifs of suspense, maintained a tense attention at all times. He has recently published for the first time and recovered by Antonio Plaza, the missing link (2002) novel. It should also be noted from his work in exile the Rosalia de Castro biography. Passionate root of Galicia (1945), an enjoyable reinvention of the life and the work of the Galician poetess. Luisa meats Knight was born in Madrid on January 3, 1905 and died in Mexico City on March 12, 1964. Daughter of humble family, his father was Barber and his mother a laundress.

He began to work almost girl apprentice at a workshop of hats. From a very young cultivated literature. He published his first stories in the newspapers La Voz, El Imparcial in magazines Chronicle and La Esfera, and, subsequently, in the Sun, world worker, front red and stamp magazine, of which he was editor.