She was the javelin throw champion and Spain’s runner-up in tennis, Guidance FC Barcelona, was She is the only Spanish photographer on the front lines Civil wara Pioneer feminism and anarchist& rdquo;. This is how the writer defines it Juan Manuel de Prada by the Catalan poet and correspondent Ana María Martínez Saghi Who gave him a comprehensive biography entitled Right to dream It consists of more than 1,700 pages divided into two volumes, the result of five years of research.
It was discovered by the writer in the 1990s while reading a book by César González Ruano in 1930 entitled Faces, masks, cheeks. After finding a few books bearing her autograph and some newspaper publications, she located them in a Catalan town and dedicated them to her. air corners in 2000. As a result of these meetings, she asked him to be the executor of her unpublished work and to be He published it 20 years after his death so as not to disturb her And so that future generations will have more interest in a woman like her. While preparing this post I realized that there is Many contradictions In The Story You Told Me, she tells the story of Juan Manuel de Prada who gives a vision of the lights and shadows of this complex woman.
The impetus for her investigation was a poem she wrote that recalled the moment she crossed the border into France. “She dated her to Agullana, a town in La Junquera, and yet she told me that she crossed Portbou and that there she met Machado, which caught my eye and made my desire to know the movement,” adds Zamorano, who dedicated her doctoral thesis to this passionate character.
She was a very popular woman in the 1930s who, as a result of her exile, became completely anonymous and died buried alive.
His curiosity led him to do so Visit over 80 physical files Distributed between Spain, France, the United States, Venezuela and Switzerland some investigations that prompted him to judge that “Even an unknown life can be reconstructed& rdquo;.
And it is that Ana María Martínez Saghi, born into a right-wing family, was a very popular woman in the thirties and, as a result of her exile, became more concealed and anonymised. died “buried alive & rdquo;determines the final award of Castilla y León’s letters.
for his life sweet aspects of his life Because of the personal emotional pain associated with her desire for motherhood, her loneliness and the failure of her love, and because she is involved in the dark and turbulent events of the Civil War and during the German occupation of France. De Prada shares that in France “he is an anarchist red moving in the shadows, and he is associated with oppressed figures, such as Joaquin Ascaso, who was president of the Regional Defense Council of Aragon during the Civil War, an anarchist leader that the Government of the Republic is looking for, arresting and even asking for his extradition because they accuse him of stealing jewels in Aragon, a request renewed by the Franco government & rdquor; However, when World War II ended, Martínez-Sagué began living an “almost entirely French” life.
Ana María Martínez returned to Spain in 1978 because she was able to obtain her right to a pension recognized as a pensioner
Zamora’s clothes don’t hurt either, and he maintains that he went to the US to “cheat the University of Illinois & rdquor; where he’s been professor of Spanish and French since 1961, because”It makes them think he has a higher education when she had only studied until she was fourteen & rdquo;.
Ana Maria Martinez returned to Spain in 1978 permanently because of this Achieve recognition of the right to a pension as a pensioner under the amnesty laws. Upon his return, he led a secret life, having nothing to do with his mother, sister, or with friends who knew of his anarchist struggles. In her role as a writer, she tried unsuccessfully to publish some books, which left her disillusioned, to choose to live the life of an unidentified woman in a small town in Catalonia, in Moya, before moving into a residence where she died. .
In his investigation, he comes across a man from Zamora Big obstacles. “When you know that by having access to some person’s legacy you can make discoveries but you can’t access it because that person didn’t leave a legacy when he died or it was destroyed by his heirs or it can’t be traced back as it happened to me with Marie-Thérèse’s letters and papers of Equim, a French woman who was General Secretary of the French Socialist Party, with whom she lived for 5 years and with whom I am sure she will later have an epistolary relationship, ”the author expresses regret Right to dreams.
“He deserves to recover.”
Juan Manuel de Prada is now finalizing a book by Sagi that will be published in the coming months and He has in mind to publish an anthology of poetry From Catalan “In addition to the fact that her life is truly amazing and amazing, she is a great poet who deserves to be known and reclaimed,” admits the biographer of this controversial woman who ended her days as an unknown. Previously, the novelist from Zamora promoted a publication sound alonea volume compiling a selection of Catalan poetry, part of which was quite unpublished until then, and selections from her journal articles.