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  1. Mist: A TRAGICOMIC NOVEL by Miguel de Unamuno, Warner Fite, 2000-03-27
  2. Niebla(Spanish Edition) by Miguel de Unamuno, 2006-01-01
  3. Tragic Sense Of Life by Miguel de Unamuno, 2010-07-12
  4. Obras Selectas de Miguel de Unamuno (Spanish Edition) by Miguel de Unamuno, 1999-07
  5. Miguel De Unamuno's Political Writings 1918-1924: LA Anarquia Reinante (1918-1920) by Miguel De Unamuno, 1996-05
  6. Ideario etimologico de Miguel de Unamuno (Albatros Hispanofila) (Spanish Edition) by Miguel de Unamuno, 1982
  7. Teatro completo (Biblioteca de autores modernos) by Miguel de Unamuno, 1959
  8. Tres Novelas Ejemplares Y Un Prologo by Miguel De Unamuno, 1968
  9. Our Lord Don Quixote: The Life of Don Quixote and Sancho, With Related Essays (Bollingen series) by Miguel De Unamuno, 1976-07
  10. Short Stories by the Generation of 1898/Cuentos de la Generacion de 1898: A Dual-Language Book (Dual-Language Books) by Miguel de Unamuno, Ramon del Valle-Inclan, et all 2004-09-23
  11. Poems By Miguel De Unamuno by Miguel De Unamuno, 1952
  12. The Tragic Sense of Life in Men and Nations by Miguel de Unamuno, 1978-06-01
  13. En torno al casticismo (BIBLIOTECA UNAMUNO) (Biblioteca De Autor / Author Library) (Spanish Edition) by Unamuno, Miguel de, 2006-01-01
  14. DEL SENTIMIENTOTRÁGICO DE LA VIDA (Spanish Edition) by Miguel de Unamuno, 2010-03-06

1. Unamuno, Miguel De 1864-1936 Books
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España Ocupación Escritor ... filósofo Nacionalidad España Movimientos Generación del 98 Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo Bilbao 29 de septiembre de Salamanca 31 de diciembre de ) fue un escritor y filósofo español . En su obra cultivó gran variedad de géneros literarios. Perteneció a la generación del 98
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      Pablo Serrano : Escultura de Unamuno en Salamanca. 1968. Banderas de Bilbao y flores rojas y blancas en el homenaje a Miguel de Unamuno, en la Plaza Unamuno, a unos cien metros de la casa natal del escritor, en el Casco Viejo de Bilbao Miguel de Unamuno nació en la calle Ronda del casco viejo de Bilbao . Era el tercer hijo y primer varón, tras María Felisa y María Jesusa, del matrimonio habido entre el comerciante Félix de Unamuno Larraza y su sobrina carnal, Salomé Jugo Unamuno. Más tarde nacerán Félix, Susana y María Mercedes. A los diez años, al acabar sus primeros estudios en el colegio de San Nicolás y a punto de entrar en el instituto, asiste como testigo al asedio de su ciudad durante la Tercera Guerra Carlista , lo que luego reflejará en su primera novela, Paz en la guerra Estudió Filosofía y Letras en la Universidad de Madrid , obteniendo la calificación de notable en , a sus veintiún años. Al año siguiente se doctora con una tesis sobre la

4. Miguel De Unamuno - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Unamuno, Miguel de Alternative names Unamuno y Jugo, Miguel de (full name) Short description author and philosopher Date of birth 29 September 1864
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Miguel de Unamuno was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, the son of Félix de Unamuno and Salomé Jugo. As a young man, he was interested in the Basque language , and competed for a teaching position in the Instituto de Bilbao, against Sabino Arana . The contest was finally won by the Basque scholar Resurrección María de Azkue Unamuno worked in all major genres: the essay, the novel, poetry and theatre, and, as a modernist , contributed greatly to dissolving the boundaries between genres. There is some debate as to whether Unamuno was in fact a member of the Generation of '98 (an ex post facto literary group of Spanish intellectuals and philosophers that was the creation of José Martínez Ruiz Antonio Machado Azorín Pío Baroja ... Ramiro de Maeztu and Ángel Ganivet , among others). In addition to his writing, Unamuno played an important role in the intellectual life of Spain. He served as rector of the

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Miguel de Unamuno y Jugo (1864-1936) Spanish author, philosopher, and educator, predecessor of Existentialist philosophy with . Unamuno was one of the foremost representatives of the movement Generation '98 (see also: ). Main themes in Unamuno's work are the conflict between life and thought, the tension between reason and Christian faith, and the tragedy of death in man's life, the horrendous void of non-being, in which reason offers no consolation. As a philosopher Unamuno did not create a systematic presentation of his thought. He objected strongly to academic philosophers and stressed that the deepest of all human desires is the hunger for personal immortality against all our rational knowledge of life. Unamuno wrote his works in Spanish, although his mother tongue was Basque. His essays had a great influence in early 20th-century Spain. "The man of flesh and blood; the one who is born, suffers and dies - above all, who dies; the man who eats and drinks and plays and sleeps and thinks and wills; the man who is seen and is heard; the brother, the real brother."

7. Unamuno, Miguel De - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Unamuno
Spanish writer of Basque origin. He was exiled 1924–30 for criticism of the military directorate of Primo de Rivera. His works include mystic poems and the study Del sentimiento, Miguel de

8. Discovering Miguel De Unamuno
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Discovering Miguel de Unamuno
by Mara L. Trigos-Gilbert October 27, 1998 Miguel de Unamuno is the writer of the masterpiece called San Manuel Bueno, mrtir, Saint Manuel Good Martyr His work speaks for himself, and it speaks a language of excellence. The passion, that we see in his works, is tremendous. Mr. Unamuno is well known around the world, and in case you say, "How come I haven’t heard about him?" I would just say that it may has been a lack of choices at those times that you have had the possibilities of reading different authors from different countries. It is never too late when there is still time! Lack of Faith; Good or Bad?
Unamuno is one of those writers who makes ourselves ask where does his fiction start, and where does his fiction end since there are moments that his work has been related to his own life, the life of Saint Manuel Good Martyr Saint Manuel Good Martyr touches all those aspects, except the military system. Yet Unamuno emphasizes the religious life that the Spaniards have been having for a long time in the Catholic religion. Life After Death?

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Unamuno, Miguel de (mēgĕl` dā n m `nō), 1864–1936, Spanish philosophical writer, of Basque descent, b. Bilbao. The chief Spanish philosopher of his time, he was professor of, Miguel de

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Death of the Spanish philosopher Miguel de Unamuno and the circumstances surrounding it during the Spanish Civil War.
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"At times to be silent is to lie. You will win because you have enough brute force. But you will not convince. For to convince you need to persuade. And in order to persuade you would need what you lack: Reason and Right."
Unamuno in a confrontation with fascist General Milan-Astray
at the University of Salamanca on October 12, 1936.
Milan-Astray shouted in reply, "Death to intelligence! And long live Death!" whereupon he drove the elderly Unamuno out of the university at gunpoint. Writer and independent thinker, original mind and rector of the University of Salamanca, Unamuno consequently suffered a heart attack and was dead within a week. He was not the only intellectual to fall victim in that bitter Spanish Civil War better known for its massacres than for its epic battles or heroism. The conflict was more a fratricide than a war, with both the Fascist and Loyalist sides steeped in murder - rifle shots ringing out over the city from dawn to dusk as "enemies" are lined up against the wall and summarily shot. The Spanish Civil War was the tragic coming of age for many idealistic young Western intellectuals like George Orwell, Ernest Hemingway, etc. In retrospect, look at the following quote from the famous Spanish poet and playwright Frederico Garcia Lorca, himself murdered by Franco's Fascists in 1936:

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Unamuno is, along with José Ortega y Gasset, one of the most prolific, versatile, and original minds in modern European literature, and Spain’s most eminent thinker.
Patriarch of the so-called Generation of 1898, he achieved eminence as novelist, poet, philosopher, and dramatist. The sheer volume and thematic diversity of his essayistic output—over seven hefty volumes—is staggering. Unamuno engaged every major discipline in the human sciences (especially the fields of philosophy, religion, history, linguistics, literary criticism, and politics), and practiced a variety of the types and subgenres of the essay among them the treatise, autobiography, diary, letter, meditation, speech, dialogue, aphorism, travel essay, and confession. A classical philologist by training (he was professor of Greek and became rector of the University of Salamanca), Unamuno was equally well-versed in Catholic and Protestant theology, and 19th-century scientific theories and philosophical systems.
Unamuno’s career as essayist began in 1886 under the spell of positivism, leading him to embrace briefly the aims of Marxist socialism (1894–97). Diiring these early years he contributed to the socialist press of his native Bilbao commentaries and exhortations on momentous political and economic issues of the day. He gradually evolved into a liberal and by 1917 became openly anti-Marxist; yet even during his brief commitment to scientific socialism Unamuno looked upon Marxism more as a moral and humanitarian ideal compatible with Christian values than as an economic theory or blueprint for violent revolution. A disenchantment with the utopian ideals of science and the narrow logic of positivism, exacerbated by a wrenching religious crisis in 1897, broke Unamuno’s trust in social engineering and in the ability of the great rationalist philosophical systems to address and satisfy humankind’s deepest longings.

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