Ángel Ganivet

1865 - 1898

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Ángel Ganivet García (13 December 1865 in Granada, Spain – 29 November 1898 in Riga) was a Spanish writer and diplomat. He was considered a precursor to the Generation of '98. On 29 November 1898, disillusioned in love, Ganivet drowned himself in the Daugava River. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Ángel Ganivet has received more than 31,242 page views. His biography is available in 15 different languages on Wikipedia. Ángel Ganivet is the 4,257th most popular writer, the 1,257th most popular biography from Spain and the 161st most popular Spanish Writer.

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Among writers, Ángel Ganivet ranks 4,257 out of 5,794Before him are José María de Pereda, John Mawe, Vasily Lebedev-Kumach, Eduard Bagritsky, Jacques Dupin, and Alexander Galich. After him are Nélida Piñon, Georg Calixtus, Curt Siodmak, Yashpal, Duran Çetin, and Willem Bilderdijk.

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Among people born in 1865, Ángel Ganivet ranks 119Before him are Guido Castelnuovo, Mahmud Tarzi, Kazimierz Przerwa-Tetmajer, Yevgeni Bauer, May Whitty, and Elise Richter. After him are Silvije Strahimir Kranjčević, Hermann Hirt, Walter Frederick Gale, Vladimir Bogoraz, Leónidas Plaza, and Charles Sands. Among people deceased in 1898, Ángel Ganivet ranks 54Before him are Anton Seidl, Adolfo Farsari, Calixto García, George Allman, Hermann Wilhelm Vogel, and Emil Hartmann. After him are Félix María Zuloaga, Eli Lilly, Hieronymous Theodor Richter, Osbert Salvin, James Hall, and Henry Liddell.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Ángel Ganivet ranks 1,257 out of 2,595Before him are José Muguerza (1911), Nacho (1990), José María de Pereda (1833), Manuel Alonso Areizaga (1895), Periko Alonso (1953), and Pascual Madoz (1806). After him are Fernand Sanz (1881), Guillermo Eizaguirre (1909), Vicente Enrique y Tarancón (1907), Luis de Pablo (1930), Emilio Rodríguez (1923), and Guillermo Amor (1967).

Among WRITERS In Spain

Among writers born in Spain, Ángel Ganivet ranks 161Before him are Carmen de Burgos (1867), Antonio Muñoz Molina (1956), Yann Martel (1963), León Felipe (1884), Francisco Umbral (1932), and José María de Pereda (1833). After him are Manuel Curros Enríquez (1851), José Bergamín (1895), Juan de la Cueva (1543), Maria Aurèlia Capmany (1918), Juan José Millás (1946), and Beatriz Galindo (1465).