Rosa Chacel was a famous, controversial writer from Spain, was awarded the Premio Nacional in 1988, was born in 1898in Valladolid and is outside unknown Spain. Chacel was granted a Doctor Honoris Causa degree by the University, was the only writer, studied painting, sculpture and won the national award for Spanish Letters. Chacel intrigued by the world of sculpture, worked in New York. The war led to the prohibition of subsequent works. The work appeared in Spanish 49 years in Buenos Aires. Francisco Franco drew to victory in the Spanish Civil War.
Famous, controversial writer from Spain, Only writer, Unknown Spain