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Mi Bisabuelo fue Negro After prison Riva Palacio retired from the military and left for Spain where he met Spanish artists and politicians. These were followed by Los. Cuentos de un loco, Cuentos del general, Tradiciones y leyendas mexicanas in collaboration.