Raúl Zurita is one of Chile’s most radical, influential, and prominent poets. His works include Purgatorio (1979), Anteparaíso (1982), Canto a su amor desaparecido (1985), El amor de Chile (1987), La vida nueva (1994), Poemas militantes (2003), INRI (2004) and the more recent Los países muertos (2006) and Poemas de amor (2007). From 1990-1995, Zurita served as cultural attaché of the Chilean Embassy in Rome and in 2000 he was honored with the Premio Nacional de Literatura de Chile (The National Prize of Chilean Literature). His work has been translated into eight languages. The Poetry Reading will allow the public to access Zurita's poetry directly. (bookjones)
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