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Miguel De Unamuno

Author Code: SMDU

Born: Sep. 29, 1864 - Bilbao, Spain

Died: Dec. 31, 1936 - Salamanca, Spain

Educated at the Colegio de San Nicolas and the Instituto Vizacaino, Unamuno then received his PhD from the University of Madrid in 1884. In 1891, he was appointed rector of the University of Salamanca, a post he would hold intermittently until shortly before his death. He was a brilliant linguist and mastered 14 languages and his writing spanned many forms including poetry, plays, fiction and essays. He suffered a religious crisis on the death of his son in 1896 which altered his outlook on God and the meaning of life. His first collection of essays, En Torno al Casticismo, appeared in 1895. In 1924, Unanumo was removed from his university post by the military dictator Primo de Rivera and was banished to the Canary Islands. He escaped to France where he lived near the Spnish border until Rivera's death in 1930. He returned to the University and his rectorship. In 1936, he had a public quarrel with the Nationalist general Millan Astray and denounced Franco and the Falangists, which again resulted in his removal from his post. He was placed under house arrest and died ten weeks later after the outbreak of the Civil War. Unamuno's most popular work is probably The Life of Don Quixote and Sancho (1905). His other works include Peace in War (1897), Love and Pedagogy (1902), Poesias (1907), Fedra (1910), The Tragic Sense of Life (1912), Neibla (1914), Abel Sanchez and Other Stories (1917), The Christ of Velasquez (1920), The Agony of Christianity (1925), Sombras de Sueno (1930), Raquel (1933) and La Esfinge (1934).

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SMDU001 The Tragic Sense of Life
  Don Quixote in the Contemporary European Tragi-comedy
  The Essence of Catholicism
  Faith, Hope, and Charity
  From God to God
  The Hunger of Immortality
  In the Depths of the Abyss
  Love, Suffering, Pity, and Personality
  The Man of Flesh and Bone
  The Practical Problem
  The Rationalist Dissolution
  Religion, the Mythology of the Beyond and the Apocatastasis
  The Starting-Point
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