The name of the historic catalan writer leads the Catalan Philology chair
Ms. Adelais de Pedrolo, daughter of Manuel de Pedrolo and president of the foundation that has his name, has expressed to the eUniv her personal and institutional gartitude due to the decision of dedicate the Catalan Philology chair to his father’s memory.
Takeing this decision, the eUniv has wanted to clearly manifest its recognition to the life and work of Manuel de Pedrolo, a testimony of an incorruptible freedom and a true service to the catalan lenguage and culture.
The eUniv webpage will allow to link directly to Manuel de Pedrolo FoundationLa web de la eUniv permitirá enlazar directamente tanto con la Fundación Manuel de Pedrolo (www.fundaciopedrolo.cat) and Espacio Pedrolo (www.espaipedrolo.cat), a center located in Comabella’s castle, in la Segarra, which is the headquarter of the foundation and the place where the documentary collection is saved and where there is an exposed his life and literary work.
Aranyó’s castle, where Manuel de Pedrolo was born, is currently a property of an Andorran family.