Gabriel Mirö¨( Spanish writer)
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Biography Gabriel Mirö¨
Mirö¨, Gabriel (Mirö¨, Gabriel) (1879-1930), Spanish writer. Born July 28, 1879 in Alicante. He studied law first at the University of Valencia, then at the University of Granada, where he received his degree in 1900. Between 1914 and 1917 edited the religious encyclopedia, this work will determine the content of many of his later works.
Miro belongs to the second wave 'generation 98 the year'. He started a literary activities novelist. In this genre written "Woman of Ojeda" (La Mujer de Ojeda, . 1900), . "Our father, Saint Daniel" (Nuestro padre San Daniel, . 1921), . "Bishop leper" (El Obispo leproso, . 1926) - the best novel Miro, . which recreated scenes of urban life and characters, and "Life" (Del Vivir, . 1927) - description of land, . forth by the State for the lepers,
. His description remarkably lyricism. Miro - one of the best landscape painters in the Spanish literature. The most complete artistic mastery Miro was expressed in books of essays "Sleep smoke" (El Humo dormido, 1919), "The years and the league" (Aö¦os y Leguas, 1928) and "The Book of Sigö+enza" (El Libro de Siguenza, 1917). "The Passion of the Christ" (Las Figuras de la pasiö¨n del Seö¦or, 1917) - a vivid story about the people who surrounded Jesus during the Passion.
Mirö¨ died in Madrid on May 27, 1930.