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Miguel De Unamuno

A Spanish writer, poet, and philosopher, he’s particularly known for his 1913 article, The Tragic Feeling of Life, as well as for his 1917 book, Abel Sanchez: THE ANNALS of a Interest. His other significant works consist of Niebla (Mist) and La tia Tula (Aunt Tula). He released Poesias, his initial poetry collection, in 1907, throughout a period when he was utilized by the College or university of Salamanca. His well-known book, Abel Sanchez: THE ANNALS of a Interest, can be a re-telling from the biblical tale of Cain and Abel. He was created in the Spanish interface town of Bilbao to Salome Jugo and Felix de Unamuno. His idea emphasized the tragic character of lifestyle and was inspired by the concepts of Jean Jacques Rousseau.

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