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According to the Spanish magazine CLIJ

A book coedited by the CEPLI is honoured as the best essay of the year

03/05/2017
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A book coedited by the CEPLI is honoured as the best essay of the year

03/05/2017

The Spanish magazine CLIJ (Cuadernos de literatura infantil y juvenil) has distinguished the publication Spanish children's and youth literature in Mexican exile, coedited by the CEPLI, as the best essay of the year, together with the work by Rossana Dedola “Roberto Innocenti. The story of my life,” which both ended in a tie.

The publication Spanish children's and youth literature in Mexican exile, coedited by the CEPLI and the San Luis School in Mexico, has been distinguished as the best essay of the year by the Spanish magazine CLIJ, tied to votes with “Roberto Innocenti. The story of my life”, by Rossana Dedola.

The publication was coordinated by Pedro Cerrillo, director of CEPLI; and the researcher María Teresa Miaja; César Sánchez Ortiz, Ángel Luján and Cristina Cañamares (UCLM); José Manuel de Amo (University of Almería); Ramón Llorens (University of Alicante); and with the collaboration of Laura Guerrero and Carolina González (from The Ibero-American University of Mexico), and María del Carmen Martínez Blanco (UCLM).

This book is the result of a three-year research project of historical, documentary, and literary nature that was designed in the San Luis School, and appeared in The Ateneo Español cultural center in Mexico City at the end of 2013, and in Spain in 2014.

The objective of Spanish children's and youth literature in Mexican exile was to collect, select, document, and study all the materials available on children's and youth literature that exiled Spanish created in Mexico after the end of the Civil War, both in the original creations (writings and illustrations) and in theoretical, editorial, educational, and critical contributions. They emphasise the sociological and educational implications of the exile, and the importance of the literary tradition that, in many cases, was the continuation of what was done in Spain in the years before the beginning of the Civil War.

On the other hand, the Spanish magazine CLIJ has included in the ninth place of the books, in the 10-12 year-old age bracket, the winner collection of poems of the 2015 Luna de Aire Prize: "La Revolución de las perdices" by Beatriz Berrocal's, and edited by SM.

Office of Communications UCLM. Cuenca, april 27, 2017

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