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Conclusions

"The Black
Heralds"

"Ao de la consolidacin del Mar del


Grau"

There are blows in life, so strong ... I do not know!


Blows as the hatred of God; as if before them,
the undertow of everything suffered
It is embedded in our soul ... I do not know!

Cesar Vallejo's biography

They are few; but they are ... They open dark
trenches
in the fiercest face and strongest back .
Perhaps they are the colts of barbaric Atilas ;
or the black heralds Death sends us .
They are the deep falls of the Christs of the soul
some adorable faith blasphemed by Destiny .
Those bloody blows are the crackling
some bread in the oven door is burning us .

1. Considered one of the great poets of the


twentieth century Peruvian
2. First work the Black Heralds (19151918)
3.
Humanism
Indian)

(romanticism,

Quechua

And man ... Poor ... poor! He turns his eyes , as


when over his shoulder patting calls us ;
crazy eyes again , and all lived
It is stagnant, like a puddle of guilt in his eyes.
There are blows in life, so strong ... I do not know!

Teacher: Karina Huanca Alva


Course: English III
Members:
-Dominguez Cisneros Elsa

4. National Book Award 1979


5. He died on April 15, 1938

Presentation
In this
important
point we know
the diversity
of thought of a
great
illustrious poet
, novelist and
Peruvian
journalist who inculcate society with
their great works ; innovative poetry of
the twentieth century and the greatest
exponent of the letters in your Peru .
Besides being appreciated in France ,
where it is currently located in the
Montparnasse cemetery .

Csar
Vallejo's
biography
Csar Abraham Vallejo Mendoza was born on
March 16, 1892 in Santiago de Chuco, La
Libertad region, northern highlands of Peru.
His parents were Francisco de Paula Vallejo
Benitez and Maria de los Santos Mendoza.
He completed high school in the city of
Huamachuco in 1908 and earned his Bachelor
of Arts at the University of Trujillo in 1916
writing two years later his first book of poetry
called " The Black Heralds " (printed in 1918,
circulated in 1919), one of the most
representative examples of postmodernism.
Spouse of Georgette Vallejo from 1934 to
1938.
Csar Vallejo died of malaria on April 15,
1938 in Paris (France)

selected works
Poetry

The Black Heralds

Trilce

Human Poems

Spain , take this cup from me


Narrative

Melografiadas Scales

Wild Fabla

Towards the kingdom of Sciris

Tungsten El Tungsteno

Paco Yunque

their skills
It has been said that the poet Cesar Vallejo
was
idealistic,
perhaps
it
was
too
materialistic, even existentialist.
But I think the great bard was
mostly Peruvian and by far a
great humanist.

His works have been emphasized by an


effective and compresivo biographical study
environment.