2017 will commemorate the 75th anniversary of the death of the writer.
The Cervantes Institute will broadcast the work of Miguel Hernández (1910-1942) through its centers spread all over the world and with a great central act in the Madrid headquarters, following the collaboration agreement signed today between this entity and the City of Orihuela (Alicante).
The signing of the agreement was held in Orihuela, Miguel Hernández's hometown, with the assistance of the director of Instituto Cervantes, Juan Manuel Bonet, and the mayor of the city, Emilio Bascuñana, who has advanced that the objective of this agreement Initiative is "to promote and disseminate at international level the figure of the orialano poet".
The cultural activities that the Cervantes Institute will carry out in the five continents will serve to spread internationally the literary work of the author of "Winds of the People", which, according to Bonet, "has a voice absolutely universal in scope".
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