Tuesday , March 2 2021

Mexican writer Fernando del Paso dies at the age of 83 years

The writer Fernando del Paso Morante He was one of the best Mexican writers in the 20th century for three of the greatest works: José Trigo (1966) Mexico Palinuro (1977) and Empire News (1987).

Del Paso was born on 1 April 1925 in Mexico. From his early years he showed the drawing and literature he developed in adult life.

As a hero of the novel Mexico Palinuro Fernando learned Medicine. "He is the nature of what I was and what I wanted to be, and what other people believed I was, and that which I could never have, although I wanted to be alone," said the author of his personality.

Unlike his story, the author of the main character left the competition because he could not see the blood or internal organs. He decided to change his studies, studying for two years of Economics and Seminars Literature in UNAM.

In 1955 he began working as a writer for several advertising agencies, working as a journalist and broadcasting organization.

His first published book was Day saunas, In 1958, but it was only eight years after he published his first novel, José Trigo, which was appreciated Juan Rulfo and Juan José Arreola, He honored him Xavier Villaurrutia Award, and because of its complexity, it had a negative critique that was affected James Joyce, author Ulysses and Finnegain suddenly.

In 1987 he published the most successful work in society and critics: Empire Newsin Rhine mode Hubsburg Maximilian and Carlota. In this novel, Fernando del Paso insists on offering all possible versions of the most important moments of life in Mexico's main cuts and interventions in France.

Del Paso also devoted himself to writing poetry that appeared in books, for example Day saunas (1958), Ten color palette (1990) Castles in the air (2002) and PoeMar (2004). He also turned to dramaturgy with Miramara madjoma (1988) and Death to Granada (1998).

Among the awards he received were the Xavier Villaurrutia Awards (1966), Rómulo Gallegos (1982), Mexican National Science and Art (1991), FIL de Literatura (2007) and Servantes (2015).


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