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Chilean writer, poet and artist Pedro Lemebel, who looked at his country from a gay, non-conformist point of view, died Friday at age 62 of cancer of the larynx at a Santiago clinic. Chilean writer Pedro Lemebel, who looked at his country from a gay, non-conformist point of view, died Friday of cancer of the larynx at a Santiago clinic, those close to him said.
He was He was awarded the Jose Donoso Prize in "for his assertiveness in showing the complexity of Chilean society," the jury said. The president said at La Moneda palace that several days before she had the chance to bid the writer farewell, and said she was pleased that democracy has progressed toward some of the goals for which Lemebel fought.
Born in in Santiago, Lemebel, who together with Francisco Casas formed the art collective "Mares of the Apocalypse," which during the Augusto Pinochet regime protested against the dictatorship with daring creative events, underwent a laryngectomy in , but his health deteriorated progressively and he was no longer able to speak because of the cancer. However, several days ago he attended in a wheelchair the "Noche Macuca," a tribute to his work that was one of the activities of the "Santiago a Mil" Theater Festival.
Also the author of "La Esquina es Mi Corazon" , "Zanjon de la Aguada" and "Adios Mariquita Linda" , some of which were adapted to the theater, Lemebel won the Guggenheim grant in , was several times candidate for the Altazor Prize and in for the National Literature Award. English edition Life. EFE Santiago 23 Jan Content providers. Contact EFE. More news.
Chilean writer Pedro Lemebel dies
Beyond politically motivated violence, he protests other types of aggression towards women, homosexuals, ethnic minorities and other marginalized subjects by rescuing their otherwise silenced voices. Specifically, melancholia and resentment become critical lenses with which to contemplate and remember the struggle of marginalized subjects in Chile's dictatorial past and post-dictatorial present. The collective resentment in De perlas thus captures the collection's two registers, "la denuncia y el testimonio," which serve "para saldar las cuentas pendientes, para rendir homenajes o para simplemente recordar" Poblete Angeles Mateo del Pino addresses all these factors when she writes,. Resisting reconciliation: critical melancholia and collective resentimiento in Pedro Lemebel's de perlas y cica trices. Author: Elizabeth Osborne. Date: May
Books by Pedro Lemebel
Pedro Segundo Mardones Lemebel 21 November — 23 January was an openly gay Chilean essayist, chronicler, and novelist. He was known for his cutting critique of authoritarianism and for his humorous depiction of Chilean popular culture, from a queer perspective. He was nominated for Chile's National Literature Prize in He died of cancer of the larynx on 23 January in Santiago, Chile.
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de Perlas y Cicatrices : Cronicas Radiales