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(en) [Spain] Release: "Ada Martí. Una mujer anarquista ", by Abel Paz - Edited by Fernando Casal and Mª Antonia Ferrer By ANA. (pt) [machine translation]

Date Mon, 28 Sep 2020 08:26:50 +0300

Ada Marti. Un grito en la noche is a book that Abel Paz - pseudonym of Diego Camacho Escámez - had in preparation for a long time and was unable to publish in life, and which now appears under the title of Ada Martí. An anarchist woman (Biographical essay). Ada was a myth for Diego. Young, attractive both intellectually and personally, a member of the Student Federation of Free Consciences (FECL), she represented the prototype of the intellectual libertarian woman, as well as Concha Liaño and Soledad Estorach of the popular libertarian woman, myths that have accompanied her throughout her life. In addition to the biographical text, it includes as an attachment an interview with José del Amo and the testimony of Antonio Pérez González, who was part of the original FECL group. This edition is complemented by a collection of photographs and documents that review Ada Martí's life trajectory, some explanatory footnotes and several articles.

Abel Paz

Abel Paz. He was a self-taught anarchist historian. Born in Almería in 1921, he spent his childhood and youth in the anarcho-syndicalist environments that had so much presence in Barcelona at the time. Exiled to France in 1939, he suffered the exile camps and labor companies of the German occupation until he fled and entered Spain to fight against Francoism. In prison, convicted in a War Council, he started a rosary of prisons until in 1954 he broke his provisional freedom, marching to France. Toulouse, Brezolles, Clermont-Ferrand and Paris are part of their physical geography at that time, as Antonia Fontanillas, Abelina Ronchera and Jenny Benimeli will be part of their sentimental geography. After the death of the dictator, he returned to Spain, where he developed an intense activity to spread libertarian ideas,

Ada Martí. An anarchist woman

Abel Paz

Edición de Fernando Casal, Mª Antonia Ferrer.

Editorial Renacimiento, Colección Biblioteca de la Memoria, 89. Sevilla 2020

256 pages Rustic 21 × 15 cm

ISBN 9788417950934

€ 17.01


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