Other literary forms
In addition to his novels, Demetrio Aguilera Malta (ah-gee-LAYR-ah MAWL-tah) wrote, in collaboration with Joaquín Gallegos Lara and Enrique Gil Gilbert, Los que se van (1930; those who leave). He also published several dramas of importance: España leal (pb. 1938; loyalist Spain), Lázaro (pb. 1941), Sangre azul (with Willis Knapp Jones, pb. 1948; Blue Blood, 1948), No bastan los átomos (pb. 1955; atoms are not enough), Dientes blancos (pb. 1955; White Teeth, 1963), El tigre (pb. 1956; the tiger), Honorarios (pb. 1957; honorariums), Fantoche (pb. 1970), Infierno negro (1967; Black Hell, 1977), and Muerte, S.A. (pb. 1970; Murder, Inc.). His poetry is collected in Primavera interior (1927; spring interior) and El libro de los mangleros (1929; the book of the mangleros), and his nonfiction works include La revolución española a través de los estampas de Antonio Edén (1938; the Spanish revolution through the engravings of Anthony Eden) and Los generales de Bolívar (1965: Bolívar’s generals).