Tag Archives: Vicente Risco

Eduardo Modesto Blanco Amor

Eduardo Modesto Blanco Amor (1897 – 1979) was an illustrious Galician journalist and writer.  The 1993 Galician Literature Day was celebrated in his honor for his great contributions in the Galicia literary world.  Blanco Amor was a sickly child and … Continue reading

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Vicente Martinez Risco e Aguero

Vicente Martinez Risco e Aguero or also known as Vicente Risco was born on October 1, 1884 in SC and died on April 30, 1963.  He was considered as an illustrious Galician intellectual of the twentieth century.  He was also … Continue reading

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XV Premio Vicente Risco de Ciencias Sociais

The XV Premio Vicente Risco de Ciencias Sociais or Vicente Risco XV Award of Social Sciences is held annually in honor of the memory of Vicente Risco, one of the great figures in Galician literature.   This ceremony is done to … Continue reading

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Eduardo Blanco Amor

    Eduardo Blanco Amor (1897-1979) or Modesto Eduardo Blanco Amor is a Spanish writer and journalist. He wrote various literary classics both in Castilian and Galician. He was fatherless when he was three years of age because his father … Continue reading

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O Porco De Pe

    O Porco De Pe or The Pig Foot is a satirical novel written by Vicente Risco which was published on 1928.  The setting of the novel is on a town in Ourense during the early twentieth century.   … Continue reading

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