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He also published stories and tales in the advancement of Oviedo and Luz de Madrid journal. He fought in the war provoked by the military rebellion of general Franco in defense of the Republic and freedom. After the war he was interned in French concentration camps of Argeles-sur-Mer and Le Barcares, and worked in the companies of foreign workers. He participated in the French resistance and joined the Fifth Brigade of the Aude, which became Sergeant. He published poems in attack of Perpignan, now of Touluse and L Espagne republicaine, a magazine which appeared in Touluse in 1945 and that, from October 1948, became L Espagne, happening to be published in Paris. He also published prose in Don Quijote de Rodez. It was director of la Maison d Enfants Espagnoles Sain Goin and Professor at the Maison d Enfants-Israeelites in Cessieu. He then moved to Mexico, where he published most of her poetry and taught at Mexico commercial and banking school.

He translated the Spanish Paul eluard, Louis Aragon, Bertolt Brecht, Francis Jammes and others, and the French the poetry of Nicolas Guillen. He collaborated in the Yearbook of letters of the University national autonomous of Mexico (UNAM), in the supplements of Excelsior, El Nacional, El dia, among other publications. He received the art Medal of the 1959 Mexican Revolution for his screenplay of the film people in arms granted by the unification of Veterans of the revolution. After long exile in France and Mexico, he took up his residence in the USSR, where he worked as copyeditor of Soviet Novosti News Agency, which had previously worked in Mexico from 1969. The Supreme Soviet awarded him in 1885 with the order of the friendship of peoples. In the early years of his exile in Mexico, Amieva wrote poetry that he published much later. Belong to this time some books very testimonial character, to Celso Amieva already published in the Decade of the sixties, verses of the Maquis and sand pillow.

Both published in Mexico in 1960. In 1955, also in Mexico, Amieva (prologue by Alfonso Llanes poems he published Camin), evocative book of traditions, people and landscapes of the Asturias; in 1957, the cure of Tresviso, tell versified manners cutting; later – 1966 – pick up from burned paradise. Spain (1936-1939) poems written during the Spanish war. In addition, published in 1976 biography the victors of Negrin and, in 1977, the Asturian book in exile (France). Remember the final verses of his poem on the death of Lazaro Cardenas, in which pays well-deserved tribute to the President of Mexico, the father of the Spaniards without homeland and rights – in expression of alvaro de Albornoz-, persecuted by tyranny and disinherited by hatred: Tata Hispanoamerica, / great paladin of agrarian reform, / precursor of pure independence / by which the Mainland claims, / you alumbras already desired tomorrow. / Viva Lazaro Cardenas! Francisco Arias Solis is loves freedom as he loves and needs air, bread and love. 13Th Festival Poetry for peace and freedom in homage to Benedetti.


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