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Drama en un preludio y siete tiempos. Poetry [ edit ] Manoa: Novels [ edit ] Las lanzas coloradas. Views Read Edit View history. Arturo Uslar Pietri, — Essays [ edit ] Las visiones del camino. Because each style has its own formatting nuances that evolve over time and not all information is available for every reference entry or article, Encyclopedia.

After obtaining a doctorate in political sciencehe joined the diplomatic corps and was sent to Paris. Visiones de Arturo Uslar Pietri. Domingo Miliani, Arturo Uslar Pietri: Learn more about citation styles Citation styles Encyclopedia. Of this collection, “La lluvia” is considered a masterpiece of the genre. La fuga de Miranda. Print this article Print all entries for this topic Cite this article.

His period of activity spanned the last years of Venezuelan Caudillismothe transition to democracy and most of the democratic era of – In other projects Wikimedia Commons.

Modern Language Association http: Uslar Pietri had a lifetime involvement in the Venezuelan media as a lluvis figure. Arturo Uslar Pietri 16 May in Caracas — 26 February was a Venezuelan intellectual, historian, writer, television producer and politician. He wrote regionally influential essays and novels, of which The Red Lances[9] an account of life during the Venezuelan War of Independence from various social perspectives is arguably the most famous.


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He returned to Venezuela inreentering political life in as a senator. In his works he championed mestizajeor miscegenation, as a valuable feature of Latin American culture. He arturro back to Caracas in to read political sciences at the Central University of Venezuelawhere he graduated Doctor of Political Sciences in Un turista en el cercano oriente.

This work is a “novel of the land” or a “novel of national interpretation.

A los amigos invisibles: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Se and Privacy Policy. The novel’s plot centers on the violence and chaos in the Venezuelan countryside resulting from the military and ideological confusion during the Wars of Independence. Currents of democratic thought uxlar through this concern for the national. This page was last edited on 26 Augustat Discursos en el Parlamento — Uslar Pietri epitomizes the Latin American writer and intellectual who participates in political life.

Uslar Pietri, Arturo (1906–2001)

Arturo Pketri Pietri b. Less important works are El camino de El doradoa novel about the conqueror Lope de Aguirre; El laberinto de fortuna: He held posts such as Secretary for the Venezuelan Delegation at the League of Nationsdelegate piegri the International Labour Organizationminister of education, minister of finance, contributor to the Act uwlar Constitution of the New Democratic Governmentambassador to the United States, professor of Latin American literature at Columbia Universityprofessor of political economics at the Central University of Venezuela, chief editor of a main newspaper, candidate for the Presidency and member of the Royal Spanish Academy.


Retrieved December 31, from Encyclopedia. InUslar Pietri dedicated himself more to literature and teaching. Uslar Pietri also wrote about theater in Teatroa work in which plays of his appear, and turned his hand to poetry hslar El hombre que voy siendo After the government fell inUslar Pietri went to the United States as xrturo exile and taught at Columbia University.

His novel Las lanzas coloradas brought him fame and was his most important contribution to Spanish American letters. He was ninety-four years old when he died in Caracas on 26 February He returned to Venezuela inand taught political economy at the Universidad Central; later he held high positions in several Venezuelan ministries and was a delegate to the League of Nations. Cite this article Pick a style below, and copy the text for your bibliography.