El Poeta Manuel del Cabral y Su Historia - Online
El Poeta Manuel del Cabral y su historia
Manuel del Cabral el poeta Dominicano que puso en el alto el nombre de su pais con su talento extraordinario
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Manuel del Cabral (7 March Protected content , in Santiago de los Caballeros, Dominican Republic
14 May Protected content , in Santo Domingo) was a Dominican poet, writer, and diplomat.
The son of Mario Fermín Cabral y Báez, an influential senator during the "Era of Trujillo", he served at the Embassy of the Dominican Republic to Argentina.
During his long stay in Buenos Aires, he married an Argentine and fathered his 4 children, among them, the television journalist and politician Peggy Cabral.
In Protected content was awarded the Premio Nacional de Literatura.
Cabral has become one of the most celebrated writers of the Dominican Republic, enjoying international fame. His work is most often viewed as an essential representation of Afro-Antillean or Afro-Caribbean poetry, known alternatively as negrismo (blackism or negrism) or poesía negra (black poetry) in Spanish, along with the works of Cuban Nicolás Guillén and Puerto Rican Luis Palés Matos.
Cabral is known for his vast exploration of themes. Perennial human concerns such as love, death, metaphysics, and war occur throughout his writings.
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