The Generation of '36 was a literary movement that suffered harsh criticism and persecution that followed from the division of neighbours into winners and losers in the various battles of that struggle, as well as from the physical hardships and moral miseries arising from social instability and political chaos.
The Generation of '36 had membership criteria that were not rigid, but the label provides a convenient portfolio of the cultural and literary style of the contemporary period, covering individual works, literary collections, magazines, journals newspapers and other publications that document the experiences of creative people working during the difficult and frightening civil war.
The poets of Generación del 36 include:
- Miguel Hernández
- Luis Rosales
- Leopoldo Panero and Juan Panero
- Luis Felipe Vivanco
- Ildefonso-Manuel Gil
- Germán Bleiberg
- José Antonio Muñoz Rojas
- José María Luelmo
- Pedro Pérez Clotet
- Ángela Figuera Aymerich
- Rafael Duyos
- Celso Amieva
- Gabriel Celaya
- Arturo Serrano Plaja
- José Herrera Petere
- Juan Gil-Albert
The writers of prose included in Generación del 36:
Famous Generación del 36 raconteurs:
Dramatists and playwrightsEdit
Performance works of the epoch included Antonio Buero Vallejo.
Others who started working at the end or after the Civil War include the Garcilasismo group and: