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Gerardo de Oscar

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Name  Gerardo Oscar

Role  Writer
Gerardo de Oscar

Gerardo De Oscar y Araujo (Born 5 February 1978) is a Uruguayan writer, essayist and theologian. Self-taught in humanist disciplines, has written stories and essays. His works are rich in narrative and dimensional parallel imaginary landscapes, as well as an interesting range of characters devoid of morals, true antiheroes intense and willing to live dangerously. In creation, Oscar formed a non-existent universe, abstract and relative. Their essays address such diverse topics as love, the nature of the human race, political, historical, anthropological and theological, the latter being the most haunted him. His studies enabled him to write Islamic anthropology essays on the Koran, the Sunna, and other topics of theological Islamic sciences. He resides in Chile where he is dedicated to the cultural and literary production.


  • Snake Head and Other Tales (2009)
  • Essay on racial anthropology (2004)
  • Alif, Lam, Mim (2007)
  • The eloquent gesture
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