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 Antonio Cisneros

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Antonio Cisneros

Birth
Lima, Lima, Peru
Death 6 Oct 2012 (aged 69)
Lima, Lima, Peru
Burial Lima, Provincia de Lima, Lima, Peru
Memorial ID 98380693 View Source
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Poet, Author. His works include "Exile" (1961), "David" (1962), "Royal Commentaries" (1964), "The water doesn't have to drink" (1971), "As a fig tree on a golf course" (1972) , "The book of God and the Hungarians" (1978), "The immense celestial questions" (1992), "A cruise to Galapagos Islands" (2005) and "Diary of a hospitalized diabetic" (2010). He belonged to the generation of 1960s Peruvian literature and performed in recitals that summoned crowds of students and general public. He was considered one of the most important Latin American poets and his work was also recognized with the award of the Latin World Poets Victor Sandoval in Mexico, Gabriela Mistral award from the Organization of American States (OAS), The Rubén Darío prize in Nicaragua, and also had been made ​​a Knight of the Order of Arts and Letters by France.

Bio by: Errete


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  • Added: 6 Oct 2012
  • Find a Grave Memorial 98380693
  • Find a Grave, database and images (www.findagrave.com/memorial/98380693/antonio-cisneros : accessed ), memorial page for Antonio Cisneros (17 Dec 1942–6 Oct 2012), Find a Grave Memorial ID 98380693, citing Jardines de la Paz, Lima, Provincia de Lima, Lima, Peru ; Maintained by Find A Grave .