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La junta luz di Juan Gelman: un oratorio contro il silenzio
Juan Gelman is generally considered by critics to be one of the most important poets of modern Argentina. Born in Buenos Aires in 1930 from Russian-Jewish parents, he published his first collection of poems (Violín y otras cuestiones) in 1956. He is a member of the generación del 60, made up of intellectuals influenced in their critical realism by the charisma of Raúl González Tuñón, forerunner of Argentina's social and political poetry. This group was politically very active, as demonstrateddoi:10.13128/lea-1824-484x-15186 fatcat:bsixbtvntvdypdctinn5coxese