Solved the mystery of the manuscript of the poem “Where oblivion inhabits”, by Luis Cernuda

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In 2003, the Student’s residence published, in an edition by Antonio Jiménez Millán, the facsimile of “Where oblivion inhabits,” a book that contains some of the most beautiful poems written by Luis Cernuda. That edition, which was carried out in collaboration with the Cultural Center of the Generation of 27, in Malaga, where the manuscript is preserved, reproduced the different preserved versions of some poems, next to their respective transcriptions. But that facsimile was published incomplete. A key piece was missing: the verses that give the work its title. A couple of leaves that, strangely, disappeared from the manuscript that the writer and literary critic once kept Jose Luis Cano, great supporter of

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