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The master of magic realism, his birthplace, Aracataca was the model for the fictional town Macondo. Pablo Neruda —, Chile; Nobel Gabriela Mistral was the head of his school in the small city Temuco. In his best-known work, Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair, was published, which led to diplomatic appointments.
As a penniless consul in Burma in the s, he wrote the surrealist collection Residence on Earth. He served in the Chilean senate in the s, though government opponents forced him into exile over his Communist views.
Crossing the Andes on horseback inspired his epic Canto general He died of cancer days after his friend Salvador Allende was deposed. Jorge Luis Borges —, Argentina: One-quarter English, Borges learned that language before he learned Spanish.
While working in a library, Borges developed his greatest short stories, collected in A Universal History of InfamyFiccionesand The Aleph Isabel Allende —present, Chile: A successful news reporter in her twenties, she and her family fled to Venezuela after General Augusto Pinochet deposed her uncle Salvador Allende, setting up a dictatorship.
Gabriela Mistral —, Chile; Nobel Those sonnets later appeared in her most famous collection, Desolation A native Chilean, she served as a diplomat both in the United States and Europe.
Octavio Paz —, Mexico; Nobel A prominent poet and essayist, Paz supported leftist causes in Mexico; he fought briefly for the Republicans during the Spanish Civil War.
He published the poetry collection Luna silvestre at age 19, and his line poem The Sun Stone deals with the planet Venus, an important symbol to the Aztecs.
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Imprisoned at age sixteen and exiled from the island several times, he settled in New York for the last fifteen years of his life, where he wrote essays on Walt Whitman, Jesse James, and the threat of Latin American economic dependence on the United States.
Mario Vargas Llosa —present, Peru: While attending military school in Lima, Vargas Llosa wrote the play The Escape of the Incabut the harsh treatment he received there was the basis for his novel The Time of the Hero.
Miguel Asturias —, Guatemala; Nobel Asturias left his native Guatemala in to study in Paris. Carlos Fuentes —, Mexico: Though born into a well-to-do family, Fuentes often dealt with the betrayed ideals from the Mexican Revolution ofthe subject of both his first novel, Where the Air is Clearand his most successful book, The Death of Artemio Cruz Fuentes also wrote absurdist plays and essay collections on Mexican and American art and literature.
This article was contributed by Adam Fine.The Cambridge History of Latin American Literature is by far the most comprehensive work of its kind ever written. Its three volumes cover the whole sweep of Latin American literature (including Brazilian) from pre-Colombian times to the present, and contain chapters on Latin American writing in the USA.
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Lockhart. For European and American opinion makers, clergy, and writers, Greco-Roman literature and philosophy were central to formal education; classical works were the common currency of cultural exchange. Neoclassicism stood at the center of humanistic learning, public .
In its most expansive sense, Latin American philosophy is philosophy produced in Latin America or philosophy produced by persons of Latin American ancestry who reside outside of Latin America.
It is typically taken to exclude philosophy produced in non-Iberian former colonies, with the occasional exception of former French colonies in the Caribbean. List of Latin American writers.
Jump to navigation Jump to search. This literature-related list is incomplete; you can help by. This is a list of some of the most important writers from Latin America, organized by cultural region and .
From Mexico all the way down to Tierra del Fuego, Latin America is a diverse region. However, it’s fair to say that most of its countries have two things in common. One, a troubled history, and two.