The Rise of Arab Nationalism Reconsidered by Haddad M

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It is possible that his interest in the Rosicrucian philosophy and its teachings about cosmic forces resulted from his long affection for astronomy. In view of Plaza’s absorbing artistic, intellectual, and metaphysical interests, it is not surprising that the practical matters of everyday life were often far from his consciousness. 26 He elaborates: The material world existed for him like a barely perceptible shadow, and his relationship with material objects and with machines was awkward: he did not learn to drive automobiles, for example; and any electronic equipment confused him.

From this school for boys, staffed by the Fathers of Mary Immaculate from Chavagnes, France, Plaza received his primary and secondary diplomas. His love for the French language and his love for literature—especially French literature—can be traced to his education there. Much of the instruction was conducted in French, and the study of literature was stressed. A serious student, Plaza won prizes in several courses including French, English, and Spanish. At home, Plaza heard a great deal of music.

By January 1915 he was taking piano lessons from Suárez, as a receipt attests, though he might have begun the lessons at an earlier date. He completed his first composition in August 1914, shortly after his sixteenth birthday.

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