MADA CARREnO (1914-2000) against the side of the military armed with all long-aborrecidos symbols, we encouraged a visceral, vital reason. We felt very far from Isabel la Catolica and very close to a modern world, perhaps, Socialist, but since then detached from all the stale relics of our history. Mada Carreno. THE voice of a HUMANIST account journalist, Narrator, essayist and Mada Carreno art critic, also has an agile, direct prose, of a remarkable expressive force, was author of a brief collection of verse poetry open, published in 1968, deeply human poetry which sings to life, or pain, or seek God. Magdalena Martinez Carreno was born in Madrid on November 8, 1914 and died in Mexico City on October 22, 2000.
Daughter of a wealthy family, he studied at the French Lycee. He worked as injuries watchmaker who was the profession of his father and spent hours and hours in the library of the Ateneo. From a very young collaborated on alert and others publications of Unified Socialist Youth. Since the start of the war provoked by the military rebellion of General Franco he collaborated in Buitrago, in the edition of a weekly newspaper for the front, and also published brief reports about the war in the Republican zone ABC. On his return to Madrid began work on the drafting of a world worker, where he met the journalist Eduardo de Ontanon, which was assigned to Valencia to lead the truth newspaper, of which she was reporter. They were married in 1938. They moved to Barcelona from Valencia.
In April 1939 he crossed the French border to take refuge in Avignonnet. Claimed by her husband, she went to Eaton Hasting, where a labour lord, had welcomed in its property to a group of Spaniards, among them, her husband and Pedro Garfias. He returned again to the South of France, to embark on the road to Mexico in the mythical Sinaia French ship that sailed from Sete.