Eugenio Carré Alvarellos

Category: Mercantile teacher and writer
Birth Date: 5th September 1885 (†18th September 1967)
Birth Place: A Coruña

He was one of the sons of Eugenio Carré Aldao. He was nominated as temporary assistant of the Business School of A Coruña but he gave up one year later. He was a member of the Popular University of A Coruña, a free teaching institution that organised many cultural lectures for working-class districts.

 Work & Activities

These are some of his most important works: Da raza (1919), a selection of poems; Tentación (1921); Macías O Namorado (1921); Escolma de poesías (1954); Arelas (unpublished); Un benemérito de Galicia, don Galo Salinas Rodríguez (in collaboration with his brother Leandro). He also left two novels unpublished: O milagre, Volverá and Un episodio de la retaguardia as well as a collection of dialogues titled Críticas e pasatempos.

 Other Interesting Aspects

In 1906, he was nominated as an assistant member of the Galician Academy and member of the Poetical Section of the Academy of Declamation, Music and Belles Lettres of Malaga in 1921.