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Cardenal is a renowned Nicaraguan poet, priest, sculptor, and social activist. The papers span his life and are representative of his achievements and impact in the literary, artistic, activist, and spiritual worlds in Latin America and beyond. Ernesto Cardenal was born in Granada, Nicaragua in His childhood years were marked by an ever-growing interest in literature and writing, which continued through his studies of literature and humanities as a teenager in Managua.

Elliot, and others. In he left the monastery to study theology in Cuernavaca, Mexico. After this, he went to the Solentiname Islands in Lake Nicaragua where he founded a Christian, almost monastic community, which eventually led to the founding of an artists' colony, which featured poetry workshops and 'pintura primivista' or primitivist painting.

He was named Minister of Culture by the new Sandinista regime and served in this position until Thoughtout these descades of activity as a priest and political activist, Cardenal continued to write poetry. However, he maintains his leftist opinions.

Cardenal has received many awards and honorary doctorates for his poetry, and social activism, including the Pablo Neruda Prize for Poetry in and the Reina Sofia Prize for Poetry in His works have been translated into many other languages and are widely acclaimed. The Ernesto Cardenal Papers consist of approximately 28 linear feet of materials. The collection has been organized into six different series: Correspondence, Writings, Photographs, Printed Materials, Biographical Materials, and Audiovisual Materials.

The Correspondence Series has been organized into six different subseries: 1 Family Correspondence, arranged alphabetically. Original order was maintained here. The majority of this subseries are digital copies of materials which remain in Nicaragua. The spreadsheet below shows an inventory of the digitized materials. The hard drive is housed in Box To consult the digital portion of the Ministerio de Cultura subseries please contact Benson staff.

The Writings Series has been organized into three subseries: 1 Writings by Cardenal, arranged by type poetry, short works, manuscripts, speeches, interviews and within the type alphabetically.

The Photographs Series has been organized into three subseries and all are arranged chronologically. The Printed Materials Series has been organized into three different subseries: 1 Newspaper clippings, arranged chronologically and by country.

The smaller and more fragile softbound books are first in the subseries and arranged by type anthology, translations, originals works and within the type, chronologically.

The Biographical Materials Series is also organized into three subseries and are arranged chronologically: 1 Personal Documents 2 Awards 3 Birthday Celebrations. The Audiovisual Materials Series is organized by media type and within the type, sequentially maintaining the original numbering system of the collection. The Oversize Materials Series is arranged by topic and size. Pablo Antonio Cuadra Papers.

Philip Pasmanick Collection of Nicaraguan Materials. Central America Resource Center Records. Nicaragua Network Records. Repository Browse List. Accessing Materials Described Here. Ministerio de Cultura spreadsheet. Ernesto Cardenal Papers. The personal papers of Nicaraguan poet, sculptor, priest, and political activist, Ernesto Cardenal.

The collection consists of correspondence, writings by Cardenal, newspaper clippings and writings by others related to Cardenal, photographs, biographical materials, and audiovisual materials.

These combined items provide a comprehensive look at Cardenal's impact as a writer, liberation theologist, and activist in Nicaragua, Latin America, and beyond. Correspondence and poems by elementary students from Madrid to Cardenal and Nicaraguan students, Correspondence related to travel and engagements as Presidente Consejo Nacional de Cultura, Katherine [last name unknown], [publishing in U.

Correspondence with Ventana and temporary renunciation by Cardenal from Ministerio de Cultura post, Busto de General Augusto C. Ministerio de Cultura eventos, congresos, y asambleas, , undated. Ministerio de Cultura hard drive [digitized content, use the spreadsheet in Scope and Contents Note as guide], Letters of solidarity in support of suspended priests, including Cardenal, from Europe to the Americas, Letters of solidarity in support of suspended priests, including Cardenal, from various countries, Email correspondence in support of Nobel Prize bid for Cardenal, Email correspondence regarding upcoming trips, lectures, and publications, [Folder 1 of 2].

Email correspondence regarding upcoming trips, lectures, and publications, [Folder 2 of 2]. Email correspondence — publication communication, invitations to events, upcoming travel, Correspondence — Faxes and letters — invitations to lectures and events, Correspondence related to readings and lectures given by Cardenal, Correspondence related to poetry festivals and events attended by Cardenal, Correspondence related to commemorations and culturally significant anniversaries attended by Cardenal, , undated.

Correspondence — mementos, invitations, programs, cards from various people and groups, Caricaturas de Ernesto Cardenal — hand-drawn and newspaper printed, , undated. Centenario de Pablo Antonio Cuadra — Planning committee materials, Sculptures — Programs and flyers for sculpture exhibitions, Sculptures — Shipping orders and material related to purchased sculptures, Interviews — with Ernesto Cardenal on a variety of topics, , undated.

Revista del Ministerio de Cultura de Nicaragua, Untitled articles and reviews by Cardenal — Rostros ocultos, relations with Cuba, proposed Nicaragua canal, undated. Shorter writings by Cardenal — topics covered: revolution, las Malvinas Falkland Islands , Carmen Waugh, poetry workshop, undated. Writings — Pintura primitiva y otras formas de arte de Nicaragua, , undated. Ernesto Cardenal, Speech — Publication of Hilo Azul in honor of Cardenal, La Gaceta de Chile , dirigida by Pablo Neruda, [photocopy].

Torres, undated. Smaller artwork prints, copies of photographs, and writings on Solentiname, Biographical photos of Cardenal family and speaking events, , undated [Folder 1 of 2]. Biographical photos of Cardenal family and speaking events, , undated [Folder 2 of 2]. Lincoln de los poetas. Managua, Nicaragua: El Hilo Azul. Poemas by Thomas Merton, translations by Cardenal [photocopied re-printing], Artist renderings and art museum exhibits related to Cardenal, Corp, A nyole boldogsag hegyen, Budapest: Ecclesia konyvkiado, Om Nicaragua te bevrijden User land mit den Menschen die wir lieben, Wuppertal: Hammer, Gedichte: spanisch und deutsch, [Frankfurt am Main?

Zero hour and other documentary poems, New York: New Directions, Los hijos del bosque de las palabras almas Despalles, Muyuki wa mfumwetu yezu kristo ne bamulondi benda kudi, Natur, Wir sind Sternenstaub: neue gedichte und auswahl aus dem werk, Wuppertal: Hammer, Telescopio en la noche oscura, Madrid: Editorial Trotta, Guerrero, Del monasterio al mundo: correspondencia entre Ernesto Cardenal y Thomas Merton Memorias 2.

Liv i belleder: Samtidskunst fra Guatemala El evangelio en Solentiname, Madrid: Editorial Trotta, El evangelio en Solentiname, Managua: Anama Ediciones, El celular y otros poemas, Madrid: Del Centro Editores, Signature of Ernesto Cardenal and address of Michael Bossert, undated. Contract for El evangelio de Solentiname , undated mentions date range Orden A. Correspondence and acceptance speech for la Medalla Gabriela Mistral,


El Evangelio Solentiname

An ordained priest who lives in Solentiname, a community that he founded, and a member of the Nicaraguan cabinet, Ernesto Cardenal is Latin America's best known exponent of what might be called the literature of the theology of liberation. His poetry is the expression of tension between his faith and a strongly rooted sense of reality and the need for drastic change. Influenced heavily by Thomas Merton, by his residence in the Trappist community of Gethsemane, Kentucky, by English and American poetry, Christianity, and the fact of social injustice, Cardenal consciously writes antirhetorical and often didactic poetry. Frequently, he uses other sources: newspapers, Native American texts, and so on, just as the masses at Solentiname use nontraditional sources as subjects for discussion. Zero Hour details the existence of tyranny in America; the Psalms are a rewriting of the biblical Psalms of David for a modern world.


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