Ángel Ganivet

Ángel Ganivet García (13 December 1865 in Granada, Spain – 29 November 1898 in Riga), 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. Nearly failing in his attempt, he was first rescued but managed to throw himself into the river again. Ganivet had contemplated suicide for several years, and he had suffered from progressive syphilitic paralysis.

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Where died Ángel Ganivet?

Ángel Ganivet died in Riga.

Where was Ángel Ganivet born?

Ángel Ganivet was born in Granada.

How would Ángel Ganivet be described?

Ángel Ganivet would be described as Spanish writer.

What is the gender of Ángel Ganivet?

Ángel Ganivet is male.

When died Ángel Ganivet?

Ángel Ganivet died 29.11.1898.

When was Ángel Ganivet born?

Ángel Ganivet was born on 13.12.1865.

What is Ángel Ganivet subject of?

Ángel Ganivet is subject of 1865 births, 1898 deaths, 19th-century male writers, 19th-century poets, Male suicides, Poets who committed suicide and Spanish male poets.