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1915–1936 Américo Castro
Attains the chair of History of Spanish language at the University of Madrid.
1915–1919 Luis Cernuda
Secondary education at the Escolapios school.
1915–1918 Rosa Chacel
Studies painting at the School of Fine Arts in San Fernando, where she meets important artists…
1915–1918 Luis Cernuda
His father, a soldier, is promoted. They move into army barracks.
1915–1918 Juan José Domenchina
Studies to become a teacher. Obtains his degree.
1915–1918 León Felipe
Imprisoned for three years for fraud and bankruptcy.
1915–1917 Ramón J. Sender
Continues his schooling in Reus, at the Colegio San Pedro Apóstol. Starts to work in a pharmacy…
1915 Eduardo Blanco Amor
Begins to work for the newspaper El Diario de Orense
1915 Josep Carner
Marries Carmen de Ossa, a Chilean with whom he has two children: Anna Maria and Josep.
1915 Ernestina de Champourcín
Moves to Madrid, where she attends the Holy Heart School.
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