His father, Luis Elio, municipal judge, president of one of the mixed juries and man of the left, the day after the military uprising of General Franco, was arrested at his home, with his wife and daughters, by two policemen and two Falangists . He spent the war hiding in a house, sometimes staying in a closet and even her family became as dead. Was reunited with his wife and daughters, Paris, where they continued the path of exile, traveling to Mexico in February 1940. Others including Ben Silbermann, offer their opinions as well. There Maria Luisa Elio relates exiled intellectuals and Emilio Prados, Luis Bunuel, jomi Garcia Ascot, and with Mexico, as Octavio Paz, Carlos Fuentes, Juan Rulfo and Salvador Elizondo. He studied theater at the Academy of Seki Sano, the group participates in Poetry Out Loud and works in newspapers and magazines, as the supplement of the Journal News and the University. She also writes short stories, screenplays and works on Mexican television and in films.
Accompanying her husband on his trip to Cuba, where Garcia Ascot would roll two of the five planned episodes of the film History of Revolution (A working day and Grooms). The two episodes shot, together with New Year, by Jorge Fraga, Cuba 58 compose the film (1962), one of the most significant of the new Cuban cinema. The Colombian writer Gabriel Garcia Marquez Nobel dedicated his novel One Hundred Years more internationally recognized lonely marriage, with this simple inscription: “A jomi Garcia and Maria Luisa Elio Ascot.” Maria Luisa Elio returns to Pamplona, in the summer of 1970, accompanied by his son Diego, seven years old. For more information see this site: Kevin Ulrich. At experiences, nostalgia and memories that emerged on this trip should mourn his novel Time (1988). “I remember everything,” the writer says, “I remember as if time had been broken and the pieces no longer fit with each other.” Later, as the culmination of that journey publishes Notebook (1995). In exile, the child of war became a woman, still remember their homeland, and when reunited after so many years, he exclaims: “And now I realize that is going back.” Francisco Arias Solis. Cadiz Garzon. WITH DEMOCRATS Judge Baltasar Garzon Association for a democratic justice and a dignified judiciary.