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On June 30, 1930, Federico Garcia Lorca arrives in Cadiz from Havana. He had finished his trip to America. On July 1, he is already in the Huerta de San Vicente (St. Vincent Farmhouse), where he will spend the whole summer except for a brief stay in Malaga. From America he brought with him a first incomplete version of El público (The Public) (written between New York and Havana). He reworks the text several times. He finishes it in Granada on August 22 as recorded in the manuscript. “I have written a drama -he wrote from the St. Vincent Farmhouse to his friend Rafael Martínez-, I would give anything to read it to you in the company of Miguel… I think it is my best poem”.