Centre for the Study of Hispanic Exile

Location

San Lorenzo de El Escorial

Significant Events

- Segundo Serrano Poncela
Studies Philosophy and Letters.
- Segundo Serrano Poncela
Degree in Law.
Oct 1897 Arturo Barea
Lives in Madrid with his mother and brothers.
Apr 1903–Feb 1904 Juan Ramón Jiménez
Co-founds and directs the journal Helios, which publishes the work of many of the most important writers of the time.
Feb 1904–Jan 1905 Juan Ramón Jiménez
Lives at Dr. Simarro's home.
Dec 1915 Pedro Salinas
Marries Margarita Bonmarti.
Jun–Sep 1917 Manuel Andújar
Lives near Madrid with his family.
1931–1934 Manuel Andújar
Member of the Partido Radical.
1932 Arturo Serrano Plaja
Meets César Vallejo and other poets.
1932 Arturo Serrano Plaja
Co-founder of the journal Revista Nueva, with Juan Antonio Maravall, Leopoldo Panero, Dionisio Ridruejo and Javier Echarri.
1932–1935 Arturo Serrano Plaja
Writes for the newspaper El Sol.
1933 Arturo Serrano Plaja
Co-founder of Hoja Literaria with Enrique Azcoaga and Antonio Sánchez Barbudo.
1935 Arturo Serrano Plaja
Co-founder, with César M. Arconada and Emilio Delgado, of the journal El Tiempo Presente.
1936–1939 Segundo Serrano Poncela
Leader of the "Juventudes Socialistas Unificadas"
Jul 1936–Feb 1937 Manuel Altolaguirre
Directs the theatre company La Barraca after García Lorca's death. Becomes a member of the editorial board of El Mono Azul, with María Teresa León, Rafael Alberti and José Bergamín.
6 Nov 1936 Segundo Serrano Poncela
Joins the Communist Party
1953–1962 Jorge Semprún
Illegally returns to Madrid to lead the clandestine activities of the Communist Party.
1985 Tomás Segovia
Settles in Madrid.
1988–1991 Jorge Semprún
Appointed Spanish Minister of Education
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