" After various efforts, Manuel Andujar found out that the magazine was deposited-four bound volumes, only existing copy in the safe-Central Library at the University of Chile. Moon magazine is an invaluable document for the history of the Spanish exile. The group editor of Moon, was baptized at the beginning as "Republic of the Lyrics "and then used the name" Noctambulandia. " Edited thirty deliveries from 26-27th November 1939 to 16-17th of June 1940. Pablo de la Fuente was born in Segovia in 1906. After the war he lived in Chile, dedicated to journalism fudamentalmente. He, along with his wife, Mina Chilean Yanez, a founder of the famous and emblematic coffee Miraflores, a mythical meeting place of the Spanish in Chile. He worked in the prestigious journal of the Spanish exile the Spains, which appeared first in Mexico City on 29 November 1946, founded by Jose Ramon Arana Aragonese and Andalusian Manuel Andujar.
De la Fuente later moved to Rome, where he worked until his retirement as an officer of the FAO. He died in Perugia (Italy) in 1976. The first novel of Paul de la Fuente, The Man himself, appears at war, and is set in Paris, is a heartfelt story of loneliness and separation. On borrowed land (1944), is his first novel in the exile, and framed by the sea voyage to American soil, is an evocation of Spain in the tragic years of war. His first book novel itself is useless efforts (1949), which creates the figure of an evangelical pastor. Shortly after writing this bitter weather, a novel of the activities of a group of guerrillas in the area in the years immediately astursantanderina the end of the war, which won first prize in the novels of the Alliance of Intellectuals from Chile in 1949 and was published in 1953. After a volume of short stories, Mr. four other people (1954), published La despedida (1966), and later his best novel The Return (1969), which is a very interesting topic, that of the return from exile issue not much discussed by writers in exile and by the interior, both cases of Arturo Barea, with the broken root among the first, and Daniel Sueiro with These are your brothers, among the latter, are exceptional.
And the novelist Segovia said, "Then I realized that this light those hours, those broken trees, the silence, had broken the growing force of life and die I saw a landscape that gave the measure of eternity to my adolescence. " Francisco Arias Solis There was never a good war or a bad peace. Of Internet Portal for Peace and Freedom and Free Forum. URL: