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Nicanor Parra ✅

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Nicanor Parra ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF NICANOR PARRA (Nicanor Segundo Parra Sandoval; San Fabián de Alico, 1914-La Reina, Santiago, 2018) Chilean Poet. Nicanor Parra was the creator of the so-called «antipoetry», a tendency that should not be understood as a denial of gender or its communicative function, but as a willingness to eradicate sacralizaciones and rhetorical excesses in favor…

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Alvaro Mutis ✅

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Alvaro Mutis ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF ALVARO MUTIS (Álvaro Mutis Jaramillo; Bogotá, Colombia, 1923-Mexico City, 2013) Colombian Writer and poet. Author highlighted by the verbal richness of his production and a characteristic combination of lyrical and narrative, participated in his beginnings of the movement of poets grouped around the magazine Mito. Influenced by Pablo Neruda, Octavio Paz, Saint-John Perse and…

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James Joyce ✅

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James Joyce ✅

JAMES JOYCE’S BIOGRAPHY James Joyce. Irish Novelist, known for his experimental use of language in works such as Ulysses (1922) and Finnegans Wake (1939). Joyce’s innovations in the art of the novel include a broad use of the interior monologue, which used a complex network of symbolic parallels extracted from mythology, history, and literature, and…

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Howard Philips Lovecraft ✅

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Howard Philips Lovecraft ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF HOWARD PHILIPS LOVECRAFT (Providence, 1890-1937) American Writer. Undisputed Master of fantastic literature, his work actually surpasses the confluence of genres such as horror literature and science fiction to crystallize into a unique narrative that recreates a terrifying mythology of beings from a parallel underworld. The landscapes of the nature of his native region,…

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Albert Camus ✅

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Albert Camus ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF ALBERT CAMUS (Mondovi,Algeria,1913-Villeblerin,France,1960) FrenchNovelist, playwright and essayist. Born in the bosom of a modest family of French emigrants, his childhood and much of his youth passed in Algeria. Intelligent and disciplined, he began philosophy studies at the University of Algiers, which he could not conclude because he was sick with tuberculosis. He then…

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Friedrich Nietzsche ✅

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Friedrich Nietzsche ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF FRIEDRICH NIETZSCHE (Röcken,currentGermany, 1844-Weimar, id, 1900) German Philosopher, Swiss nationalized. His grandfather and his father were Protestant shepherds, so he was educated in a religious environment. After studying classical philology at the universities of Bonn and Leipzig, at the age of twenty-four he obtained the extraordinary chair of the University of Basel; A…

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John Ronald Reuel Tolkien ✅

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John Ronald Reuel Tolkien ✅

BIOGRAPHY JOHN RONALD REUEL TOLKIEN (Bloemfontein, South Africa, 1892-Bournemouth, United Kingdom, 1973) British Writer of South African origin world known as author of The Lord of the Rings (1954-1955), a true classic of the fantastic literature. Although the author was already well known, recently his work has reached an even greater diffusion thanks to the…

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Marcel Proust ✅

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Marcel Proust ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF MARCEL PROUST (Paris, 1871-1922) French Writer. Son of Adrien Proust, a prestigious physician of traditional and Catholic family, and of Jeanne Weil, Alsatian of Jewish origin, gave early signs of intelligence and sensibility. At The age of nine he suffered the first asthma attack, A condition that would no longer leave him, so he…

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Ruben Dario’s✅

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Ruben Dario’s✅

RUBEN DARIO’S BIOGRAPHY (Félix Rubén García Sarmiento; Metapa, 1867-León, 1916) Nicaraguan Poet who was the initiator and the greatest representative of Modernism Hispanic. In formal, stylistic and musical brilliance, there is hardly any author in the Spanish language that equals the first stage Darío, the fully modernist stage of Azul (1888) and Profane Proses (1896)….

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Gustavo Adolfo Becquer ✅

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Gustavo Adolfo Becquer ✅

BIOGRAPHY OF GUSTAVO ADOLFO BECQUER Gustavo Adolfo Domínguez Bastida; Sevilla, 1836-Madrid, 1870 Spanish Poet. Together with Rosalía de Castro, he is the greatest representative of postromanti c poetry, a tendency that had as distinctive features the intimist theme and an apparent expressive simplicity, far from the rhetorical vehemence of Romanticism. The work of Becquer exerted a…

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