MARIO BENEDETTI'S EL OLVIDO ESTï¿½ LLENO DE MEMORIA: CONSOLIDATING THE FORCES OF MEMORY AND OBLIVION
- WHAT IS USEFUL. Benedetti, Mario // Americas;Nov/Dec2006, Vol. 58 Issue 6, p64
The article presents the poem "What Is Useful," by Mario Benedetti. First Line: Hope so gentle. Last Line: I can use.
- The pensioner. // new renaissance;Fall2007, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p101
The article presents the poem "The Pensioner," by Mario Benedetti. First Line: now that he is; Last Line: a hook.
- A foreigner until then. // new renaissance;Fall2007, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p102
The article presents the poem "A Foreigner Until Then," by Mario Benedetti. First Line: In that other exile; Last Line: as those of my city.
- Translations. Benedetti, Mario // New Orleans Review;2006, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p173
Presents the prose poem "Translations," by Mario Benedetti, translated from the Spanish by Harry Morales. First Line: The same thing always happened to him. Last Line: Nevertheless, he liked it so much that he decided to take personal charge of translating it into Spanish.
- CINCO ENCUENTROS A TRAVÃ‰S DE MARIO BENEDETTI. Rovira, José Carlos // Revista de Critica Literaria Latinoamericana;2013, Vol. 39 Issue 77, p181
Memories of personal and literary moments are the backdrop for five crucial points in which Mario Benedetti becomes essential to understand an era: commitment, memory, tenderness, language and Montevideo. These elements are interwoven throughout the literary work of the author, and present key...
- Only in the Meantime and Office Poems. Rendón, Catherine // World Literature Today;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 81 Issue 5, p70
The article reviews the book "Only in the Meantime and Office Poems," by Mario Benedetti, translated by Harry Morales.
- Urban chronicler with a poetic sting. Bach, Caleb // Americas;Jul/Aug98, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p38
Examines the work of acclaimed Uruguayan writer Mario Benedetti. Background information on his life; Reference made on of Benedetti's book `El cumpleanos de Juan Angel.'; Career achievements of Benedetti; Comments from Benedetti.
- EXILIO, "DESEXILIO" Y "DESTERRITORIALIZACIÃ“N" EN LA NARRATIVA DE MARIO BENEDETTI. Conteris, Hiber // Revista de Critica Literaria Latinoamericana;2013, Vol. 39 Issue 77, p81
This article analyzes Mario Benedetti's narrative work during his period of political exile and his subsequent return to Uruguay. Both, the exile and his return to Uruguay, are seen as a whole. The topics studied in this article are political torture, the heroism of those who were tortured, the...
- EL TEATRO DE MARIO BENEDETTI. DE LA PARODIA Y LA CARICATURA A UN RITUAL DE VIOLENCIA Y MUERTE. Mirza, Roger // Revista de Critica Literaria Latinoamericana;2013, Vol. 39 Issue 77, p137
Mario Benedetti wrote four plays, but only two of them were put on stage; Ida y vuelta (Going and Corning Back) (Montevideo, 1958) and especially Pedro y el CapitÃ¡n (Peter and the Captain) (MÃ©xico City, 1979) enjoyed great success in all of America and Europe. The play (with Atahualpa del...