ALVARO CUNHAL BIOGRAFIA PDF

His mother was a devout Catholic who wished her son had also become one. His first arrest occurred in While in prison, Cunhal submitted his final thesis on the topic of abortion and obtained his law degree the jury included the future prime minister Marcello Caetano. In the thesis, he also supported the illegality of abortion in the USSR , claiming it was no longer practised there. From to Cunhal was underground and became the de facto leader of the PCP. Arrested in , he remained in prison until he made a spectacular escape from the Peniche prison in

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A Estrela de Seis Pontas. Adelino da Palma Carlos. This escape had a wide impact. Manuel Tiago Cunhal was also a fiction writer, with several novels under the pseudonym Manuel Tiago, which he recognized as his own only in Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.

Back in Portugal, Cunhal took charge of the newly legalised PCP and led the party through the political upheavals which followed the revolution. He published the following books under the pseudonym of Manuel Tiago:. Nevertheless, his voice remained important in the following years, and he consistently sided with the most orthodox wing of the PCP.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. His drawings, made while in prison, were published, revealing his sensibility for the arts, as was also shown by his translation of King Lear by Shakespeare edited in his last years, and originally written under the female pseudonym Maria Manuela Serpa. Cunhal lived in exile in Moscowwhere his daughter by Isaura Maria Moreira named Ana Cunhal was born on December 25, now married with three sonsand Paris until the Carnation Revolution of April His funeral, on June 15, took place in Lisbon and was attended by aboutpeople.

From to Cunhal was underground and became the de facto leader of the PCP. Arrested inhe remained in prison until he made a spectacular escape from the Peniche prison in He was minister without portfolio in several of the provisional governments which followed the revolution. He was one of the major opponents of the dictatorial regime of the Estado Novo.

Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Cunhal, Alvaro biografoa Arrested inhe remained in prison until he made a spectacular escape from the Peniche prison in While in prison, Cunhal submitted his final thesis on the topic of abortion and obtained his law degree the jury included the future prime minister Marcello Caetano.

While in prison, Cunhal submitted his final thesis on cunhzl topic of abortion and obtained his law degree the jury included the future prime minister Marcello Caetano. His mother was a devout Catholic who wished her son had also become one. His first arrest occurred in Nevertheless, his voice remained important in the following years, and he consistently sided with the most orthodox wing of the PCP.

His funeral, on June 15, took place in Lisbon and was attended by aboutpeople. Os Chamados Governos de Iniciativa Presidencial. Cunhal left his office inbeing succeeded by Carlos Carvalhas. Um Risco na Areia. Cunhal was also a fiction writer, with several novels under the pseudonym Manuel Tiago, which he recognized as his own only in This article does not cite any sources. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Cunhal was also a fiction writer, with several novels under the pseudonym Manuel Tiago, which he alfaro as his own only in He was one of the major opponents of the dictatorial regime of Estado Novo.

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