In Dominican years he published a collection of sonnets, entitled sonnets Trujillo, probably with the intention of being able to leave the country. And in Havana, he published I am Spanish. Madrigals and sonnets (1940) and Marti (1942) poems, was also director of some performances of the Teatralia group. The titles of greater relief of his numerous dramatic works include: swallows (1905), with woman and without women (1905), the salt of Madrid (1926), Voy a sercocota (1926), an almost picaresque comedy, of which ABC critic wrote: and if this adds a neat and elegant dialogue as befits cachets of Lopez Alarconeasily understand the pleasure that was heard the work, live (1929), the dictatorship (1930), chivalric Romance: melodramatic comedy to the Spanish, written in verse, in three acts and an epilogue (1933) and majos Perchel (1935), comedy opera premiered at the Teatro Calderon in Madrid. In collaboration with other dramatists wrote a number of works, with Ignacio Jose Alberti, Sebastian the scarf, or, the Fortuny Street theft: Detective film in four acts and prose, premiered at the teatro Romea in Madrid, in 1916, and the collar of emeralds (1918); with Cristobal de Castro Gutierrez, Armistead. Poem in four days (1909), the carpetbaggers (1909), in prose, picaresque comedy in four acts, long hands (1926) and the hand of the reaction, zarzuela; with Ramon de Godoy and Hall, La Tizona (1917), romantic drama, and the mother chimera, it farce romantic in four days (1918); with Alfredo Escosura, La Maragata (1931), operetta, and Fernando Alarcon, palette, humorada lirica in three acts and twenty boxes which premiered at the Teatro Eslava in Madrid, on June 9, 1933. Translations and performing versions include: in collaboration with other authors, Figaro, Barber of Seville and the marriage of Figaro, Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais; Fortunata and Jacinta, stage version of the novel of Galdos, Fuenteovejuna, Lope version of Vega, and thinking about it well, translation of Pirandello. As a poet his fundamental work is constellations (1906).
Among his novels quote: the cross of love (1909) and Melilla 1909; Chronicle of a witness, the war diary written during the operations in the Rif (1911), in which reflects his experience as a war correspondent for El Mundo, in the African campaign of 1909. This Malaga poet died in exile in Havana, left us these verses: If free Cuba gives US his legend / riveting banner and lifts your store. / Where to find, as we find here, / anvil and hammer, drum and trophy? / Where the Antonio Maceo machete? / Where the stanza and the faith of Marti? Francisco Arias Solis without freedom life is worth little. For peace and freedom and Forum free Internet portal..
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