SPAIN: Basque

Almost six months have fled since the Spanish Dictator, Captain-General Primo Rivera, exiled for criticizing his august régime the venerated littérateur, Don Miguel de Unamuno. And so, willy-nilly, off went the poet-philosopher, erstwhile Rector of Salamanca University to Godforsaken Puerto Cabras in the isle of Fuerteventura in the horrid, torrid zone.

From this barren isle, which lies off the north-west coast of Africa and forms a unit of the Canary Isles, Don Miguel was in the habit of sending forth to the outside world violent protests against the cavalier manner in which Primo...

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