Rufino Blanco-Fombona

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Rufino Blanco Fombona, de Kaulak


Rufino Blanco-Fombona born 17 June 1874, Caracas, Venezuela died 16 October 1944,[1] Buenos Aires, Argentina was a Venezuelan writer. He is buried in the National Pantheon of Venezuela.

Venezuelan literary historian and man of letters who played a major role in bringing the works of Latin American writers to world attention.

Works

  • 1899: Trovadores y trovas
  • 1904: Cuentos americanos
  • 1907: El hombre de hierro
  • 1911: Cantos de la prisión y del destierro
  • 1915: El hombre de oro
  • 1917: Grandes escritores de América
  • 1921: El conquistador español del siglo XVI
  • 1933: Camino de imperfección

References

  1. Nobel Prize in Literature Nominees Database