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Name  Josefina Vicens

Role  Novelist
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Died  November 22, 1988, Mexico City, Mexico
Books  The empty book, The false years
Awards  Ariel Award for Best Screenplay for Cinema
Nominations  Ariel Award for Best Original Story
Movies  Las senoritas Vivanco, Los perros de Dios, A Thousand and One, Resigned for Reasons, La Rival
Similar People  Elena Garro, Chano Urueta, Rafael Baledon, Fernanda Villeli, Fernando de Fuentes

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Josefina Vicens (1911 – November 22, 1988) was a Mexican novelist, screenwriter and journalist. Although she only published two novels, she is regarded as a pillar of modern Mexican literature.

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Josefina Vicens El retrato desolador del Mxico urbano de Josefina Vicens

El libro vacio (The Empty Book) was the first Mexican meta-literary novel, using the resources of the "Nouveau Roman". It was awarded the Xavier Villarrutia Prize in 1958. It has recently been selected by the National Commission of Mexico for UNESCO's Literature & Translation project.

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Novels

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  • El libro vacio (1958) – The Empty Book trans. David Lauer, University of Texas Press (1992), ISBN 0-292-72067-X
  • Los años falsos (1981) – The False Years trans. Peter Earle, Latin American Literary Review Press (1989), ISBN 0-935480-40-4 – reviewed at [1]
  • Filmography

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    Vicens' many scripts include two that were nominated for the Ariel Award, Mexico's top film award.

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  • Renuncia por motivos de salud (1976)
  • Los Perros de Dios (1974)
  • References

    Josefina Vicens Wikipedia


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