In the last interview granted in life, on June 10, 1936 in El Sol of Madrid with his friend the caricaturist, Luis Bagaría, the following dialogue takes place, which gives rise to one of the most quoted phrases regarding the character of the bourgeoisie of Granada. According to some interpretations, this is an opinion that could have influenced his tragic end only two months later: “Do you think it was the right time to return the keys to your land in Granada?”, asks the interviewer. And Lorca answers: “It was a very bad time, although they say otherwise in schools. They lost an admirable civilization, a poetry, an astronomy, an architecture and a unique delicacy in the world to give way to a poor, cowed city; to a land of the young people where the worst bourgeoisie of Spain is currently stirred up”.