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Isabel de los Ángeles Ruano (born June 3, 1945 in Chiquimula) is a Guatemalan writer, poet, journalist and teacher. In 1954, she moved with her parents to Mexico; they returned to Guatemala three years later, living in various locations within Jutiapa Department and Chiquimula Department. In Chiquimula, she entered the Instituto Normal de Señoritas de Oriente. She graduated from Educación Primaria Urbana with a teacher's diploma in 1964 at the age 18. In 1966, she traveled on her own to Mexico, where she published her first book, entitled Cariátides, the foreword of the book having been written by the Spanish poet León Felipe. Returning to Guatemala in 1967, she began working in journalism. In 1978, she completed her university studies in Spanish and Latin American Language and Literature at the Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala. In the late 1980s, she began to suffer from mental disorders. She was awarded the Miguel Ángel Asturias National Prize in Literature by the Ministry of Culture in 2001. Dressing as a man, she has lived for several years in Guatemala City's colonia Justo Rufino Barrios, zona 21.

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Books

Isabel de los Ángeles Ruano El Aguacate Poema de Isabel de los ngeles Ruano Guatemala
  • 1967: Cariátides
  • 1988: Canto de amor a la ciudad de Guatemala
  • 1988: Torres y tatuajes
  • 1999: Los del viento
  • 2002: Café express
  • 2006: Versos dorados

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    Isabel de los Ángeles Ruano Caf Express Isabel de los ngeles Ruano Mis libros guatemaltecos

    References

    Isabel de los Ángeles Ruano Wikipedia


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