Federico Garcia Lorca was one of the Spain most famous writers and producers conceived in June fifth, 1898 in Fuente Vaqueros a residential community couple of miles from Granada. He later moved to Madrid, where he joined a radical gathering of understudies and turned out to be dear companions with a craftsman named Salvador Dali, whom they had a turbulent love affair together (Gemie 1). Consequently, there was a brief stint in New York City in 1930 when he returned to Spain after the country was declared a republic. In addaition, Federico Garcia Lorca toured broadly with his own theatre bunch named La Barraca to make contributions to the Republic of Education.
Basically, Federico Garcia Lorca is most famous for tragedies like ‘Blood Wedding’ and his numerous verse accumulations predominantly ‘Artist in New York” and ‘Wanderer Ballads’. In 1936, Federico Garcia Lorca was thirty-eight years old and was a profoundly noticeable figure with known Republican Sympathies (Gemie 12). Additionally, on August 16th in 1936, there was a civil War that broke when Federico Garcia Lorca was staying in his home country named Callejones de Garcia. Evidently, Federico Garcia Lorca was involved in is most successful poetry collections in the forms of songs (Canciones) and the Gypsy Ballads (Romancero gitano) all published in 1927. Also, romancero gitano was much daring and made Federico Garcia Lorca famous as it was exploring sexual themes, making Lorca a celebrity in the literacy world. Again, Federico Garcia Lorca liked spending much time working on plays and folk drama trilogy (Mario 68).
It was during that time when Federico Garcia Lorca was captured by Franquist warriors and taken into guardianship. After two days, the warriors took Federico Garcia Lorca to the grave of his brother named Manuel Fernandez Montesinos. Generally, his sibling was a previous communist leader of Granada who had been killed by warriors and dragged through the avenues. Federico Garcia Lorca was 38 when he was killed alongside two matadors and teacher on August 1st in the year 1936. The killings did not save his book as they destroyed it in Granada’s Plaza del Carmen (Laqueur 805). Likewise, the murders were soon banned from Franco’s Spain. Throughout his life, Federico Garcia Lorca was a poet who was very reputable in his times. It was very unfortunate that he died of murder in Granada- Spain, and was born in Fuente Vaqueros-Spain.
The search for Federico Garcia Lorca grave remains a mystery of the 1936 to 1939 war that began from Franco in Spain. Experts are resolved to reveal his remains about 3,200 sq ft of a slope which is south of Granada city (Manuel 43). Consequently, the procedure of scanning for the remaining parts includes the utilization of radar to send beats through the soil to help in reflecting back any adjustments in the soil condition.
In conclusion, Federico Garcia Lorca was one of the Spain’s best known poets who is still remembered to date. However; his poetic works was destroyed the same day he was murdered. It was very unfortunate that he was murdered alongside with his teacher. The most tragic thing about Federico Garcia Lorca is the search for his body remains. On the contrary, his family members do not want the search to continue as they don’t want Federico Garcia Lorca to be singled out from the crowd that died in the war. It was very unfortunate for him to die at a tender age of 38 years.
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