Juan gelman - Los poemas de sidney west.
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Juan Gelman (born 3 May 1930) is an Argentine poet. He has published more than twenty books of poetry since 1956. He won the Cervantes Prize in 2007, the most important in Spanish literature. His works celebrate life but are also tempered with social and political commentary and reflect his own painful experiences with the politics of his country. Juan Gelman was born in Buenos Aires, in the Villa Crespo neighborhood, in 1930. He was the third son of Ukrainian immigrants. His father, Jose Gelman, was a social revolutionary who participated in the 1905 revolution in Russia; he immigrated to Argentina, went back shortly after the Bolshevik revolution, and then returned to Argentina for good, disillusioned.
Juan Gelman learned how to read when he was three years old, and spent a lot of his childhood biking, playing soccer, and reading. He developed an interest in poetry at a very young age, influenced by his brother Boris who was an avid reader. He read Dostoevsky's The Insulted and Humiliated at eight, and subsequently became feverish in the days following. As a young man, he was part of many literary groups and later got an important job as a journalist.
He was an ardent political activist until 1975, and got involved with the Montoneros, though he later distanced himself from them. After the 1976 Argentine coup, he was forced into exile from Argentina for twelve years. In 1976, both his son Marcelo and his pregnant daughter-in-law Maria Claudia (who were 20 years of age at the time) were kidnapped from his home and executed. They became two of the countless desaparecidos, the people who vanished without a trace during the military regime. He was able to find his granddaughter, who was born before Maria Claudia's murder and given to a pro-government family, in the year 2000 in Uruguay. He lived in Europe until 1988, when he returned to Argentina and began working for the Buenos Aires newspaper Pagina 12. In 1997, Juan Gelman received the Argentine National Poetry Prize, in recognition of his excellent work. He now lives in Mexico with his wife, and continues to write for Pagina 12.
Gelman included Uruguayan police officer Hugo Campos Hermida in his complaint before the Spanish justice for the "disappearance" of his niece in Uruguay.
01. Lamento porGallegher bentham
02. Lamento por la tortola de butch butchanam
03. Lamento por el pajaro de chester carmichael
04. Lamento por el sapo de stanley hook
05. Lamento por el ciruelo de cab cunningham
06. Lamento por el dia espa¤ol de raf maloney
07. Lamento por la nuca de tom steward
08. Lamento por los alelies de ost maloney
09. Lamento por las aguas de bigart sample
10. Lamento por las flores de david burnham
11. Lamento por el vuelo de bob chambers
12. Lamento por los pies de carmichael o'shaughnessy
13. Lamento por la camisa de sam dale
14. Lamento por el llanto de sim simmons
15. Lamento por las hierbas de jack hammerstein
16. Lamento por la cucharita de sammy mccoy
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