Concept

Gaziel

Summary
Agustí Calvet Pascual (əɣusˈti kəlˈβɛt; Sant Feliu de Guíxols; October 7, 1887 – Barcelona; April 12, 1964), known as Gaziel (ɡəziˈɛl), was a Spanish journalist, writer and publisher. Life and works Before the Spanish Civil War He studied humanities in Barcelona and in Madrid, where he earned his doctorate. His doctoral thesis was on Anselm Turmeda, and was published in 1914 as Fray Anselmo de Turmeda. Heterodoxo español 1352-1423-32?. He then went to Paris to further his studies and, at the outbreak of the First World War, he acted as war correspondent for La Vanguardia, the most influential newspaper in Barcelona, with such a success that very shortly most of his articles were brought together and published in four successive books: Diario de un estudiante en París (Diary of a student in Paris) (1916), Narraciones de tierras heroicas (Tales of heroic lands) (1916), De París a Monastir (From Paris to Monastir) (1917) and En las líneas de fuego (In the fire lines)
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