Juan Carlos Onetti Borges (July 1, , Montevideo – May 30, , Madrid) was a . Bienvenido, Juan: textos críticos y testimoniales sobre Juan Carlos Onetti / Carina Blixen., ; Onetti, la fundación imaginada: la parodia del author en. Essays and criticism on Juan Carlos Onetti – Onetti, Juan Carlos (Short Story (” A Dream Come True”) in and “Bienvenido, Bob” (“Welcome, Bob”) in Year, Document, Author(s), Supervisor. 1, , Descubrimientos tramposos: El papel de la identidad, otredad y del autor/ narrador en diferentes obras de Juan.
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Onetti was born in MontevideoUruguay. He was the son of Carlos Onetti, an official of the customs of Irish descent, and Honoria Borges, a Brazilian who belonged to a Brazilian aristocratic family carlo the state of Rio Grande do Sul.
He remembered his childhood as a happy time, describing his parents as a very close and loving couple gienvenido their children. The original surname of his family was O’Nety of Irish or Scottish originthe writer himself commented: It was my grandfather who italianized the name”.
A high school drop-out, Onetti’s first novel, El pozopublished inmet with his close friends’ immediate acclaim, as well as from some writers and journalists of his time. Aged 30, Onetti was already working as editing secretary of the famous weekly Uruguayan newspaper Marcha.
He had lived for some years in Buenos Aireswhere he published short stories and wrote cinema critiques for the local media, and met and befriended the notorious novelist and journalist Roberto Arltauthor of the novels El juguete rabiosoLos siete locosLos lanzallamas. He went on to become one of Latin America ‘s most distinguished writers, earning Uruguay National Literature Prize in He was considered a senior member of the ‘ Generation of 45 ‘, a Uruguayan intellectual and literary movement: Inhe and some of his colleagues were imprisoned by the military dictatorship.
Due to a series of misunderstandings and the need to fill some space in the following day’s editionEl guardaespaldas was published in Marchaalthough it had been widely agreed among them that they shouldn’t and wouldn’t do so, knowing this would be the perfect excuse for the military to intervene, considering the subject of the story the interior monologue of a top-rank military officer who recounts his murders and atrocious behavior, much as it was happening with the functioning regime.
Onetti left his native country and his much-loved city of Montevideo after being imprisoned for 6 months in Colonia Etcheparea mental institution. As soon as he was released, Onetti fled to Spain with his wife, the violin player Dorothea Muhr. There he continued his career as a writer, being awarded the most prestigious literary prize in the Spanish-speaking world, the Premio Cervantes. He remained in Madrid until his death in He is interred in the Cementerio de la Almudena in Madrid. There is an Argentinian film based on his short story “El infierno tan temido.
An important literary award from Montevideo is named after him: Concurso Literario Juan Carlos Onetti. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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