Gonzalo Rojas Pizarro was a Chilean poet born in 1916 and died in 2011. Latin American avant-garde literature continues in his writings. His father was born in Chile, and he was a coal mining engineer. During his youth, he served as editor of the Antarctica magazine in Santiago de Chile and as a university lecturer in Valparaiso. The Cervantes Prize was awarded to him in 2003. The surrealist group Mandrágora was founded by Braulio Arenas, Teófilo Cid, and Enrique Gómez Correa in 1938-1941. Santiago published his first collection of poems seven years later, in 1948. Find out how much you know about Gonzalo Rojas by playing this quiz.Read Biography of Gonzalo Rojas
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