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In Augusthe moved to Emmanuel College, Cambridgewhere he was much happier. The artistic life of Cambridge and London made it easier for him to develop his musical knowledge.
A separate edition of this collection appeared in a pirated edition in Buenos Aires in las nubes cernuda He had been afraid that the situation in Las nubes cernuda after the end of the Civil War would create such an unfavourable climate for writers who had gone into exile like him, that his work would be unknown to future generations.
The appearance of these two books was a ray of hope for him. He regretted leaving Cambridge, despite the range and variety of theatres, concerts and bookshops in the capital.
He began to take his holidays in Cornwall because he las nubes cernuda tired of the big city and urban life.
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He was coming las nubes cernuda a country that was impoverished, still showing many signs of war damage and subject to rationing so the shops of New York made it seem as if he were arriving in an earthly paradise.
This can be seen in las nubes cernuda collection of prose Variaciones sobre tema mexicano, which he wrote in the winter of The Central Library - University of Mexico. It became impossible for him to continue living las nubes cernuda Mount Holyoke: On his return from vacation inhe resigned from his post,  giving up a worthy position, a decent salary, and life in a friendly and welcoming country that offered him a comfortable and convenient lifestyle.
He had always had a restless temperament, a desire to travel to new places. Only love had the power to overcome this need and make him feel at home in a place, to overcome his sense of isolation.
In this, there is perhaps a clue as to one of the reasons that he was attracted to the surrealists - the las nubes cernuda in the overwhelming power of love. In addition, he always had a powerful attraction to beautiful young men.
This helped him not to fall into provincial ways during his youth in Seville, whose inhabitants thought they were living at las nubes cernuda centre of the world rather than in a provincial capital.
It also helped to immunise him against the airs and graces of Madrid or any other place in which he lived.
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Between and he was a lecturer at the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Inthe las nubes cernuda edition of La realidad y el deseo was published in Mexico. For this edition Cernuda wrote an essay Historial de un libro which considers his work in order to see not so much how I made my poems but rather, as Goethe said, how they made me.
His two sisters died in las nubes cernuda This stay seems to have revitalised Cernuda and, on his return to Mexico, he began to write poetry again.
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After a brief return to Mexico, he made his third and final visit to California in Septemberwhere he was a visiting professor at UCLA until June He spent the summer of in Mexico and, although he las nubes cernuda an invitation to lecture at the University of Southern Californiahe declined it in August, because of the need to undergo a medical in order to extend his visa.
Poetry[ edit ] Luis Cernuda was one of the most dedicated poets amongst the members of the Generation of Altolaguirre and Prados are probably remembered more for their las nubes cernuda work than for their literary output.
Alberti enjoyed fame for his political activism and Lorca was possibly as gifted in drama and music as las nubes cernuda was in poetry. Cernuda drifted into university teaching simply as a way of earning a living and never held a prestigious post.