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Basque University

August 27, 2013 in News Tags: , , ,

During his exile maintains its militancy in the Basque nationalist party, collaborating in the Basque Center of Mexico. His books are discussed in the Spains most prestigious literary and cultural magazine from exile. Nationalist ideology, Belausteguigoitia feel a great interest by other cultures and the problems of the Earth as reflected in his numerous works. Trueba. Their significance in modern Basque literature (1914), essay published on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the death of Anton of songs; The statism to economic nationalism. Regional considerations (1917); The issue of land in the Basque country (1918); The bases of a Basque national Government (1918), work which reflects his vision of the Basque question, based on the cooficialidad of euskera and Castilian, the development of the Basque University, an interclass society, a national church and administrative autonomy, conceiving to Spain as a Confederation of Nations; The reform of the rural and the urban property in the Basque country (1920); Mexico closely (1930); With Sandino in Nicaragua. The hour of peace (1934); Euzkadi in flames (1938), novel that recounts episodes from the war that bears his family into exile; The transformation of agriculture in Mexico (1947); The shade of mesquite (1951), one of his most famous novels; The unexplored Valley (1960); The great adventure (1967); The novel of a retrograde (1970) and the Ballad of peace (1971).

The life and work of Belausteguigoitia confirm what we said about the Basques: they are not content to live, but that they tend to carry out the action. Francisco Arias Solis am man who always tells the truth. (Sentence of Fermin Salvochea Muse in the book: 102 reasons to remind Salvochea) For peace and freedom and Forum free Internet portal.

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