The Life and Death of a Spanish Town.

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The Life and Death of a Spanish Town Creat Elliot Paul go inside Kindle Elliot Paul Is a well known author some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the

The Life and Death of a Spanish Town. Creat Elliot Paul go inside Kindle Elliot Paul Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the The Life and Death of a Spanish Town. book, this is one of the most wanted Elliot Paul author readers around the world. . The legendary author of The Last Time I Saw Paris 1942 reports on the explosive arrival of the Spanish Civil War on the serene island of Ibiza 1937 Fishermen, hoteliers, store owners, farmers and artists find their lives shattered.. Popular Kindle The Life and Death of a Spanish Town. Paul, expat writer and cofounder with Eugene Jolas of"transition" (the biggest little magazine), left Paris in theearly 30s and tried to figure out his life in the tranquiltown of St Eulalia on Ibiza. "Here at last is peace. I haveattained a zone of contemplation where the voices of landand sea say, You may rest."He didn't have a dime, but soon married a divorced heiress,the third of five wives. The locals -- fishermen and farmers,landowners and shopkeepers -- were tolerant, unassuming people who gently lived-and-let-live. He knew them all. The idyllic scene was shattered by the Spanish Civil War. "So many honest people had no political perspective, no ability to fix the blame. They were capable of suffering but not of understanding, except for those few who had always understood."With German-Italian fascists supporting Franco, arrests andexecutions became part of daily life. He remembers "the wine-dark sea and violet warships. The stirring, rising and receding of hydroplanes. The crack of rifles all morning long." He and his wife were forced to flee the day before Italian troops landed and set up a fascist regime.Without sentiment or emotionalism, this rare document from 1937 shows how "the bloodiest war yet on record" swallowed up a small island. The bigger wrath was still to come.
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  • Paul, expat writer and cofounder with Eugene Jolas of transition the biggest little magazine , left Paris in theearly 30s and tried to figure out his life in the tranquiltown of St Eulalia on Ibiza Here at last is peace I haveattained a zone of contemplation where the voices of landand sea say, You may rest He didn t have a dime, but soon married a divorced heiress,the third of five wives The locals fishermen and farmers,landowners and shopkeepers were tolerant, unassuming people who gently live [...]


  • I don t know that many people will find this book interesting any , as it is based on the Spanish Revolution I feel that it is important given how near we may be to war.It can be tough to read because of the number of names and places that Paul lists, but he is trying to detail the entire life and death of the Spanish town You could say the story only gets good near the middle but the point of the book is not to tell you the story Rather, the point is to make you feel the life of the town before [...]




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