Biografias de cuentintas salvadoreños

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Jose Roberto Cea
Cea was born in the town of Izalco, Sonsonate department, the April 10, 1939.
In El Salvador is one of the most prolific writers of today. He has written poems, stories, novels, short stories, plays, essays. In the latter genre are two very important, one on painting and the other on the theater in El Salvador.
Some critics say that as a sector of Latin American poetry isanother sector European movements have sought to incorporate therein a more or less authentic indigenousness untreated by imitation, which is able to perceive in the work of JR Cea. "The poetry of Cea is a type of poetry is marked by the stamp of originality. The writer defines each country, no doubt, language and Jose Roberto Cea has its own way of expressing a rich vocabulary of words there, coveredwith the telluric and magic, the touch of the prodigious, reaching the true art in its effort to approach the ineffable. "He is an author who has chosen to be in fascinating leaning American origins. His work leads to awareness of the national. Cea has won many awards, including the main figure: International Poetry Award Circle of Latin American poets and writers in New York, 1965; Prize inGuatemala on September 15, 1965 and 1966 Central American Theatre Award in Quezatenango, Guatemala, 1965 ; Prix Italia 1972, First Prize in the Latin American Poetry Contest "Pablo Neruda" in Lima, Peru, 1974, and many more.
WORKS

Some of his works are:

Poetas Jovenes de El Salvador, (antología poética), 1960. 
Escenas Cumbres, (teatro), 1968. 
Codice Liberado, (poesía), 1969. 
Letras I, IIy III (Para estudios de Bachillerato). 
Antología General de la poesía en El Salvador, (antología poética), 1971. 
Mester de Picardía (poesía erotica), 1977. 
Homenaje a tu cuerpo (recita J.R. Cea) 228KB Necesita el Real Audio Player 
Los Herederos de Farabundo (poesía); Premio Latinoaméricano de Poesía "Ruben Darío", Nicaragua, 1981. 
Ninel se fue a la Guerra (novela); Premio FroylánTurcios de Novela, Honduras, 1984. 
Los Pies Sobre la Tierra de Preseas..., (poesía) Premio Unico de Poesía Certamen Latinoamericano de EDUCA, Costa Rica, 1984. 
Dime con Quien Andas y... (novela). 
En este Paisíto nos toco y no me corro (novela); Premio Guatemalteco de Novela, 1989. 
De la Pintura en El Salvador (Ensayo- Histórico-Crítico) 1986. 
De la Guanaxia Irredenta (Cuentos); Premio GeneralOmar Torrijos Herrera en Cuento, del Certamen del Instituto Nacional de Cultura, 1987. 
Pocas i Buenas (Antología Poética). 
La Guerra Nacional (narrativa). 
El Cantar de los Cantares y Otros Boleros, (poesía), 1993 
Teatro en y de una Comarca Centroaméricana; (Ensayo- Histórico-Crítico) 1993. 
Sihuapil Tatquetsali, (novela), 1997.

Alberto Masferrer
(Vicente Alberto Masferrer Monico;Tecapa, 1868 - San Salvador, 1932) Salvadoran writer and intellectual. Controversial personality, was one of the most dynamic cultural and political life of their country and exerted a strong influence on younger generations.
The son of a Salvadoran citizen, Eleanor Monico, and a Spanish based in El Salvador, Enrique Masferrer, his father refused at first to recognize it as an offshoot, subsequentlyagreed to recognize his paternity and Albert went to live in the house of his father. He received his first letter in the school of Jucuapa, and ten years old, entered college he had founded in San Salvador, the French pedagogue Charvin Augustine. In 1883 his father was sent to Guatemala in retaliation for refusing to enforce a punishment imposed on him. The young Masferrer rejected parentalcustody and wandered through Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua, working in trades such as Chapman.
Exercised after teaching in the Nicaraguan department of Rivas, where he was sent to the island of Ometepe imparted to classes in the prison that stood there. He later moved to San Rafael del Sur, where he assumed the leadership of the School for Boys. In 1885 he moved to Costa Rica, where he remained...
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