The following year Marquina premiered at the Teatro de Madrid, also censored version, Cats. Many of his works of these years and climbed the charts or were published as happened with a few dead lost, Mrs. Frivolity, private history of a small town, Summer. The court, 1001 Messiah, Prometheus, double Ballad, The Hall … translated and adapted French plays, such as Intermezzo, La Folle de Chaillot by Jean Giraudoux and the revelation of Rene-Jean Clot.
In 1966 he again won the Lope de Vega National Beloved, it should tell certain things and prohibit censorship work again. Gary Kelly has many thoughts on the issue. Tired of repression and censorship Gomez Arcos Franco was forced to leave Spain and go into exile in London, where he spent two years, coming together to settle permanently in Paris in June 1968. In the cafe-theater where she worked as a waiter or a cook, began to release some of his works, and even, until directed and performed. Brand won in 1969 at the Cafe-Thea tre de l’Odeon two short pieces Pre-papa and Et si on aboyait. He continued to write plays that stand out among the adored Albert, also released in 1969, Dinner with Mr.
& Mrs. Q, released in 1972 and Judgement rendered against P. and J. and Interview de Mrs. Muerta Smith, for their ghosts. Sotck editor, who had been spectator of Et si on aboyait, proposed in 1974 to write a novel in French, a few months, after a trip to Athens, he published L’agneu carnivore (meat-eating lamb) which won the Prix Hermes, 1975, for best first novel in French. From this novel changed their fate, in 1976 he published his second novel Maria Nation and a year later Ana non (Ana no), one of his great successes, which won the Prix Thyde Monnier in 1977 and in 1978 Roland Dorgeles. Then came the novels Scene de chasse (Furtive) (1978), finalist of the Goncourt, Pre-papa ou Roman de fees (1979), Lenfant miraculee (The enmilagrada), L’enfant pain (Child bread), A brule oiseau vif (A bird burned alive) (1984), also a finalist for the Goncourt, Bestiare (1986), L’homme a genoux, L’Aveuglon (Morocco), Mere Justice (1992), La femme d’Emprunt (1993) and L ‘ange de chair (1995). Agustin Gomez Arcos, in exile in France in search of freedom triumphed over Spain in French writing, enjoyed the admiration and respect for French President Francois Mitterrand and the French Ministry of Culture in 1985, granted. the decoration of the Order of Arts and Letters, in rank of Knight, and ten years later, in rank of Officer. Because, as he said this Andalusian, one of the last Franco exiled writers: “In France I learned to write freely.” Francisco Arias Solis Where liberty dwells, there is my homeland.