LA VOZ QUE NO CESA by Ramón Pereira & Ramón Boldú


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The new expanded edition of the poet Miguel Hernández 's biography in comic version.

The story of a humble goatherd who wanted to be a writer. A poet who lived a short but intense life overcoming the adversities of the literary establishment, the war and its misery. 


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Coinciding with the 75th anniversary of his death, several scenes of the poet's experiences in prison are added to this publication, as well as new images of his tragic end in 1942.

This work aims to be a well-deserved tribute and a necessary exercise of historical memory. He also wants to rescue the poetry, kindness and humanity of a poet who have been portrayed by other authors such as Joan Manuel Serrat, who has written the prologue with special delicacy.

A goatherd in his youth, Miguel Hernández joined the Spanish Communist Party in 1936 and fought in the Civil War (1936–39). Condemned to death by the Nationalists after the war, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment after international protests. He died in prison soon afterward, at the age of 31. Hernández’s predominant themes are love—particularly of a sorrowful nature—war, death, and social injustice. Beginning with a rich, Góngoristic style, his poetry became more intimate simple, and tragic later in life.

Ramón Pereira is a professor of Philosophy and ELE. He has written several works and comic scripts in the magazines Gothiclands, Boom and La Cripta. He is a member of the AACE (Association of Authors of Comics of Spain). As a poet, he has published Thirteen Gates and Versolabios and Espaminostas with the group Taula Kabish in the collective poetry books, and has published solo Hachís (Poetry 2005-2011).

Ramón Boldú was born in the region of Segarra and since he was four years old resides in Barcelona. He is the creator of the series The sexcentricos and "The Greek", edited by La Cúpula.

  • Age Adults
  • Binding Hardcover
  • ISBN 978-84-16880-24-9
  • Language Spanish
  • Pages 144
  • Product Dimensions 17 x 24 cm.
  • Publisher Astiberri

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