Tribute to Juan de Dios Ruiz writer Tuft

26 December, 2009 at 8:03 on
Lapida homenaje al escritor Juan de Dios Ruiz Copete

Tombstone tribute to writer Juan de Dios Ruiz Tuft

The stone you see in the photo is on the front of rural accommodation who ran, in honor of writer Juan de Dios Ruiz Tuft, that lived in the farmhouse Snows Corner (Arcos de la Frontera- Cadiz). It is my husband's cousin. There is also a street Arcos de la Frontera that has your name, in recognition of his extensive and important literary work. The following link shows one of the most significant works of the author, which was published by the University of Seville: Postwar Andalusian Storytellers. Throughout his career, was considered an excellent literary critic. Also, is academics from various institutions such as Good Letters of Seville, Cadiz Hispano and Letters and Noble Fine Arts, Cordoba. He is co-founder of the poetic journal arcense “Curlew“.

Comments (3)

  1. Ministry (reply)

    26 December, 2009 at 12:31 pm

    Thanks for teaching new faces of Arcos de la Frontera, I have several years working in this beloved city, small and welcoming as its people and do not really know anything about her.
    Someday, I hope not too late to come to know all these places that offer us.
    For now I'll stick with your details, those that composing with much love and enthusiasm for your Arcos…
    up soon…and happy holidays hug

    1. turismoruralenarcosdelafrontera (reply)

      27 December, 2009 at 1:55 pm

      Hi Fina, thanks for writing on my blog. When you want, we teach these corners so pretty. My husband is a good cicerone. Now you can see the Basilica of St. Mary, that has been closed for restoration and, if you want, you're invited to stay at our house. Regards, Paquita.

  2. Francisco Peña Villanueva (reply)

    12 September, 2011 at 5:47 pm

    Hello, My name is Francisco Peña Villanueva. I lived in Arcos from 1947 to 1957; were the happiest years of my life. The village is a gem, its people the most valuable.
    Now I devote myself to writing my memoirs. About Arcos I wrote remembering people I met: Sobalé; Brito; The Cani. Arches and worms I describe my child raids for its amazing streets and corners.

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