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He collaborated on the magazine our Spain (1939-1940), directed by don alvaro de Albornoz, was born in Havana, on the La Veronica printing press, the Malaga poet Manuel Altolaguirre. He was editor of the newspaper information from 1944 to 1959 He was collaborator of publications posters, forward, light and homeland. He actively participated in the Academy of dramatic arts (ADAD), founded and directed by Jose Rubia Barcia. Without hesitation Scott Kahan explained all about the problem. In 1950 he was elected President of the Association of theatrical and film editors. After the triumph of the Cuban revolution was head of the Department of theatre, music and Ballet of the Directorate General of culture of the Ministry of education, at the time exerted as a Professor of Spanish language and literature Espanola Hispanoamericana at the Manuel Marquez Sterling School of journalism. In 1961 he moved six months to Lisbon as Ambassador in Portugal. Upon his return to Havana occupies the post of head of the religious section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

In 1962 he was appointed Ambassador on a simultaneous basis to UNESCO and the Holy See. Shortly after it was definitely as Cuba’s Ambassador to the Vatican, being Dean of the diplomatic corps from 1969 until his death. Hernandez Cata (1951), won the prize for short stories by its single story, the Award Justo de Lara (1951), by his journalistic work, the first article or Chronicle Juan Gualberto Gomez (1953) and the Talia (1950) award by the direction of the play La dama de alba de Alejandro Casona, among other awards. Amado Blanco published in Spain, before the war, the book of poems North (1928) and the travel book eight days in Leningrad (1932), a work to which wanted to call journal of a poet in the city of Leningrad, in homage to Juan Ramon Jimenez, which recounts his stay in the ancient city of the tsars, in order to know the Soviet reality. Already in exile published the desperate poem poems (on the death of Federico Garcia Lorca) (1937), they belong to these verses, the cold of the Oaks / is studded in ruda spring. / Federico Garcia Lorca, who saw you!, cloister (1942) and late Naples (1970); and the books of narrative a village and two agonies (1955), Dona Velorio; nine stories and a nivola (1960) and rebel city (1970), which is his most famous novel, history of the activities of various clandestine groups against the Batista dictatorship, which ends with the fall and flight of this. The novel’s action is a poem in prose, with this inscription: Dr. Fidel Castro, that one day we resurrected with an ancient hope spring. Francisco Arias Solis future WINS, gaining freedom. XIII Festival poetry for peace and liberty dedicated to Mario Benedetti. URL: Original author and source of the article.