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Carmen Martín Gaite
October Learn how and when to remove this template message. These trips were the base of her connection with Galicia and its culture. She wrote in many genres, including novels, short stories, and essays. Her parents had met in Salamancawhere her father worked as a notary. Retrieved 13 October This article’s tone or style may not reflect the encyclopedic tone used on Wikipedia.
Her maternal grandparents were from Orense and her mother was also born in this province of Spain. Retrieved from ” https: February Learn how and when to remove this template message.
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Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. In Madrid, Ignacio Aldecoa introduced her to the literary circle of some of the writers that were part of the Generation of ‘ During the summer ofshe was awarded a grant by the University of Coimbrawhere she strengthened her interest for the Portuguese-Galician culture.
She also became interested in the theater, taking part as an actress in several plays.
Her grandfather was a professor of vaite and her great uncle founded the Ateneo of Orense and was a director and a publisher of the newspaper called El Orensano. As a child, she did not attend to any school because her father, who had liberal ideas, did not want her to be educated in a religious institute.
She also wrote screenplays.
Carmen was born and grew up in the city of Salamanca. The start of the Spanish Civil War stopped Carmen from attending the last two years of High School in the School Institute of Madrid, as her sister Ana had done before, so she had to do her secondary education in the Women’s School Institute of Salamanca, whose environment is reflected in her novel, Acabra visillos.
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Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. There she perfected her French and became familiar with a more open and more cosmopolitan society. This article needs additional citations for verification. Views Read Edit View history. This page was last edited on 3 Julyat