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Eduardo Zamacois

Author Code: SEZA

Born: Feb. 17, 1873 - Pinar del Rio, Cuba

Died: Dec. 31, 1971 - Buenos Aires, Argentina

The nephew of the painter Eduardo Zamacois y Zabala, Zamacois lived briefly in Brussels, when he was four, and Paris, when he was five, before settling in Madrid. He studied at the University of Madrid, but left school in order to become a journalist. In 1897, he began working for the weekly, Germinal. His early novels were erotic, exemplified by Punto Negro (1898) and his later period tended towards realism. He later founded Vida Galante in Barcelona. In 1907 he founded and edited El Cuento Seminal and the following year, Los Contemporaneos. He worked as a correspondent for La Tribuna in France during the First World War. Following the war, he returned to Spain and continued to write until the end of the Spanish Civil War when he fled to Paris at the fall of Barcelona. He then continued on to America and Mexico before finally settling in Argentina. His other works include El Seductor (1902), El Otro (1910), La Virtud se paga (1923), Memorias de un vagon de ferrocarril (1924), Los Muertos Vivos (1932), El Delito de todos (1935) and his memoirs, Un Hombre que se va (1964).

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
SEZA001 The Necklace 1919 38 231k eBook Download PDF - 'The Necklace' (SEZA001)   Download ePub - 'The Necklace' (SEZA001) Find a printed copy of The Necklace by Eduardo Zamacois at AbeBooks
SEZA003 The Passing of the Magi [Play] 1912 45 211k eBook Download PDF - 'The Passing of the Magi [Play]' (SEZA003)   Download ePub - 'The Passing of the Magi [Play]' (SEZA003) Find a printed copy of The Passing of the Magi [Play] by Eduardo Zamacois at AbeBooks
SEZA002 Their Son 1919 36 237k eBook Download PDF - 'Their Son' (SEZA002)   Download ePub - 'Their Son' (SEZA002) Find a printed copy of Their Son by Eduardo Zamacois at AbeBooks

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