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Blas Matamoro


Blas Matamoro is an Argentine writer, lawyer, journalist and translator.

Biography

Blas Matamoro was born on January 11, 1942 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied law at the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences at the University of Buenos Aires, obtaining his degree in 1966. He worked as an education professor and as a lawyer. He was lawyer of political prisoners from the Commission of Families of Political Detainees .Scotti, Maria Angelica. Historias del peronismo. Ediciones Corregidor, Buenos Aires: March, 1973, p. 34. After the Argentine dictatorship banned by decree his book titled Olimpo for attacking the traditions of the national identity and Christian morality, Matamoro emigrated to Madrid in 1976.Sebreli, Juan Jose. "Blas Matamoro", Omnibus 13 (III), February, 2007. He was editor of Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos of the Spanish Agency of International Cooperation (Agencia Espanola de Cooperacion Internacional) and collaborated in diverse media as literary and music critic.

Works

Essay

La ciudad del tango; tango historico y sociedad (1969)

Historia del tango (1971)

Carlos Gardel (1971)

Jorge Luis Borges o el juego trascendente (1971)

La casa portena (1972)

El teatro Colon (1972)

Oligarquia y literatura (1975)

La Argentina del tango, Vol. I (1976)

La Argentina hoy (1978)

Contra Borges (1978)

Saint Exupery: el principito en los infiernos (1979)

Saber y literatura: por una epistemologia de la critica literaria (1980)

La Argentina exiliada (1985)

Genio y figura de Victoria Ocampo (1986)

Lope de Aguirre (1987)

Por el camino de Proust (1988)

America en la torre de Babel (1998)

El ballet (1998)

Jorge Edwards (1998)

Schumann (2000)

La etapa mexicana de Luis Cernuda, 1952-1963, with Agustin Sanchez Andres (2002)

Ruben Dario (2002)

Puesto fronterizo. Estudios sobre la novela familiar del escritor (2003)

Logica de la dispersion o de un saber melancolico (2007)

Short story

Hijos de ciego (1973)

Olimpo (1976), including: Que es un olimpico?, Olimpicos de ayer y de hoy, Pornografia y moral, La parte del diablo, Caballeria tecnologica, Muerte transfiguracion, Pesadillas de la razon, Los dioses del estadio, and Confutacion/vindicacion del mito.

Viaje prohibido (1978)

Nieblas (1982)

Las tres carabelas (1984)

Others

Diccionario privado de Jorge Luis Borges (1979)

Historias del Peronismo (1973)

Diccionario privado de Jacinto Benavente (1980)

Diccionario privado de Oscar Wilde (1980)

Lecturas americanas (1990)

Lecturas espanolas (1994)

External links

Online sources

* Blas Matamoro o la aventura del conocimiento Omnibus 13 (III), February, 2007.

* Roffe, Reina. Blas Matamoro y el ensayo, Centro Virtual Cervantes, 2004.

Works online

* "Genio y figura de Victoria Ocampo", abanico, September, 2006.

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