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Arturo Ambrogi (San Salvador, El Salvador, 1874 - id. 1936) was a Salvadoran journalist and writer, considered one of the founders of the Salvadoran literature, along with Francisco Gavidia and Alberto Masferrer and a representative of manners in Central America.

He was the son of an Italian immigrant. At 16 years old, met the Nicaraguan poet Ruben Dario. Working as a journalist, he traveledin his youth, through Europe, South America and the Far East, in his travels through the Southern Cone met the Uruguayan writer José Ingenieros.

Ambrogi narrative cultivated manners and was influenced by romanticism and modernism Hispanic Spanish. In his stories and wanted to create written chronicles all the traditional aspects of peasant life in El Salvador. His published works are: "Tales andFantasies" (1895), "Masks, stains and Feeling" (1901), "The Book of the Tropics" (1907), "Feelings of Japan and China" (1915) and "The Jeton "(1936).

Alfredo espino
Born in Abroad in 1900. He died in San Salvador in August 1928. His only book is Tristes gourds, one of the most published in our country, its author is the most widely read and discussed but not studied or analyzed in expesión.Espino fully defines the poet inconsistent, which assumes the problem to force a national historic colors, flavors and fragrances at a time and unhealthy environment. It has a delicate poetic, looking at us with a lyrical vision, which he presented in a simple, easy to grasp, therefore, no formal complications, wrote sonnets and free verse romances. His work is very young and thus lack creativevision can make, he gave his work but critics failed epidermal myopic or study and were implemented mythicize by the lack of honesty or talent of those who have literary criticism in our country.

Francisco Gavidia
Born in San Miguel department of the December 29, 1863, died in San Salvador on September 22, 1955 your full name is Antonio Francisco Gavidia Guandique. Is taken as the Founding of ourliterature. Gavidia fills a time, marks a stage.

He practiced all literary genres, and all provided a rich vision of our reality. With Gavidia have some of the basics to insist on the search for our own, it has some depth not found in writers before him or his contemporaries. He found the French alexandrine and taught it to Ruben Dario (Nicaragua), who joined the verse written in Spanish andtook him to its logical conclusion. His spirit was searching it in all directions from the literature, so some say that his work is somewhat scattered. Their diversity is no fragmentation of wealth, is a whole shows the dedication of a man concerned with founding a Salvadoran cultural expression. This studied the prehispanic and colonial past of the country as well as the Central American contextof our America. Apart from his poetic, participated in journalistic and literary activities and worried about education; published numerous essays on educational aspect in 1932 was declared "Salvadoran His Honor" by the legislature.

Claudia Lars
His real name was Carmen Brannon Vega. Born in Armenia (El Salvador) in 1899 and died in San Salvador in 1974.

Literary Life: Claudia Lars belongsto the lineage of the great poets of America. In this lyrical feminine (not feminist, but women made ​​full) that brought Latin American poetry from its prostration prude, the result of nineteenth-century sentimentality, sang great love turns erotic, with a pure innocence invoked the fertility of his body, their fertilization, the joy of life, mothers who expected a happy morning for theirchildren: maternal passion that became the seed ground waiting for a new life. These women poets are: Joan of Ibarbourou (Uruguay), Alfonsina Storni (Argentina), Agustini (Uruguay) and Chile's Gabriela Mistral (Nobel Prize for Literature, 1945). Gabriela in Chile, as Claudia in El Salvador, have had no-women-who accompany them fully in the search of the poetic spirit of our people, the essence of these...
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