SPAIN: Dejected

The great Spanish litterateur, Professor Don Miguel, de Unamuno, recently liberated by general amnesty (TIME, July 28), arrived in France, where he intends to continue his campaign against Dictator Primo. He declared that he could not accept Primo's amnesty, asserted that. Primo needed amnesty, not he. "I cannot accept .the Spanish amnesty," he said, "but I can accept French hospitality. My banishment consisted of 'being thrown onto the island of Fuerteventura, which nature dropped into the ocean like a slice of the Sahara Desert. I lived for months on this arid...

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