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Each title is followed by the generic description applied to emilio carballido biografia work by the author or publisher, or by reviewers or historians in the case of unpublished pieces. Sincewhen he founded it, he was the editor of the magazine Tramoya.
He received the National Prize for Literature inand in he was received into the Mexican Academy of Arts, having been honored by numerous cultural institutions and universities. As one critic said, he explored the zones of modern culture outside the marketplace, and his most prominent theme was the human ability to overcome existential solitude through erotic love and artistic creativity.
In addition to the Nobel PrizePaz received numerous other awards, including the Cervantes Prize emilio carballido biografia, the most prestigious Spanish-language accolade. The son of a Mexican career diplomat, Fuentes was born in Panama and traveled extensively with his family in North and South America and in Europe.
He learned English at age emilio carballido biografia in Washington, D. Fuentes was a member of the Mexican delegation to the International Labour Organization ILO in Geneva —52was in charge of cultural dissemination for the University of Mexico —56was cultural officer of the ministry —59and was ambassador to France — A stranded railroad traveler waits for months to board a train that never arrives, only to discover that schedules, routes, and even the landscapes seen from the windows of railroad cars are fake.
Some literal-minded readers have interpreted the story as a criticism of the Mexican railroad system, others as an allegory of Mexican society as a whole.