Nisha Rathode

Fernando del Paso

Updated on
Share on FacebookTweet on TwitterShare on LinkedInShare on Reddit
Name  Fernando Paso

Role  Novelist
Fernando del Paso publishingperspectivescomwpcontentuploads2015
Education  National Autonomous University of Mexico
Awards  Miguel de Cervantes Prize
Books  Noticias del Imperio, Palinure de Mexico, Palinuro of Mexico, Linda 67, Jose Trigo
Similar People  Juan Goytisolo, Elena Poniatowska, Jose Emilio Pacheco, Carlos Monsivais, Carlota of Mexico

Entrevista a fernando del paso ganador del premio cervantes 2015 pascal beltr n


Fernando del Paso Morante  audio  (born April 1, 1935) is a Mexican novelist, essayist and poet.

Contents

Entrevista a fernando del paso m4v


Biography

Fernando del Paso El Universal Cultura Fernando del Paso estrena edicin

Del Paso was born in Mexico City and took two years in economics at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He lived in London for 14 years, where he worked for the British Broadcasting Corporation and in France, where he worked for Radio France Internationale and briefly served as general consul of Mexico.

Fernando del Paso Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes

He has been a member of Colegio Nacional de México since 1996 and has won several international awards, including the Premio Miguel de Cervantes (2015), Premio Internacional Alfonso Reyes (2013), the FIL Literature Prize (2007 Guadalajara International Book Fair), the Rómulo Gallegos Prize (1982), the Best Novel Published in France Award (1985) for Palinurus of Mexico, the Xavier Villaurrutia Award (1966) and the Mexico Novel Award (1976). In 2015, he was awarded the Miguel de Cervantes Prize for his achievements in Spanish literature.

Fernando del Paso httpspublishingperspectivescomwpcontentuplo

Noticias del Imperio (1986) is an important contribution to the Latin American new historical novel. The novel, based upon the lives of Maximilian and Carlota and French Intervention in Mexico, is called by the author a "historiographic" novel. This encyclopedic novel is remarkable in that, instead of trying to discover the "truth" about "what really happened," the author presents a number of possible versions of important and controversial events.

Library and Media Center

Fernando del Paso Fernando del Paso Wikipedia

On May 14, 2007 the Universidad de Guadalajara (State University) paid homage to Fernando del Paso by naming the library and media center in Ocotlán, Jalisco the "Biblioteca Fernando del Paso". This library is the largest in the western region of Mexico with a collection of 120,000 volumes and a capacity for 800 simultaneous users.

Awards


  • Miguel de Cervantes Prize, 2015
  • Selected works

    Fernando del Paso Fernando del Paso collects the Cervantes Prize without mincing words
  • Sonetos del amor y de lo diario (poetry, 1958)
  • José Trigo (novel, 1966)
  • Palinuro de México (1976; translated as Palinuro of Mexico, 1989)
  • Noticias del Imperio (novel, 1986; translated as News from the Empire, 2009)
  • Douceur & passion cuisine mexicaine (París, 1991)
  • Linda 67: Historia de un crimen (novel, 1995)
  • References

    Fernando del Paso Wikipedia


    Similar Topics
    Carlota of Mexico
    Elena Poniatowska
    Juan Goytisolo
    Topics