Andres Unger - Andrés Unger

Andres Unger
Personal information
Birth 1959 View and modify data on Wikidata
Peru flagLima, Peru
Home Spain
nationality Peruvian , Spanish
Family
Parents Tomás Unger
Leonor Salazar
Professional information
Occupation Poet , translator , teacher

Andrés Unger Salazar is a Peruvian poet of the Generation of the 80s.

Bibliographic data

Andrés Unger was born in Lima , Peru , in 1959 . He is the son of journalist Tomás Unger . He completed a doctorate in the specialty of Hispanic Literature at the University of Paris VIII Vincennes-Saint-Denis . He has worked in various trades, including taxi driver in New York , university professor, translator, and language teacher in Frankfurt , Zaragoza , Madrid and Barcelona., and journalist in Frankfurt am Main. After living for some years practicing journalism in the United Kingdom, France, Germany and the United States of America, he resides in Spain where he is dedicated to teaching and literature. He has published poems in the Turia and El Invisible Anillo magazines , and various articles in media such as the Bulletin of the Peruvian Academy of Language , Lexis , the Chilean Literature Magazine , Malandragem , and the Acta Hispánica . As a writer, he was invited to reside at the Maison des Écrivains Étrangers et des Traducteurs (MEET) in Saint-Nazaire in 1988, and at the House of the Poet in Trasmozin 2008. As a translator, he has worked for various agencies and institutions, including the United Nations [1] .

Plays

Poetry

  • The punished house . Lima: Editions Arte Reda, 1986.
  • Air . Lima: Caligraph, 1988.
  • Saint-Nazaire . Bilingual Spanish-French edition. Saint-Nazaire: Arcane 17, 1991. ISBN 2-903945-76-5
  • With body and with memory . Madrid: offprint from Malvís magazine , No. 9-10, March 1991. (Rectangle of Water Collection). Can be read here
  • Visions . Colophon by Manuel Vilas . Zaragoza: Olifante Ediciones de Poesía, 2002. (Olifante Collection; 52). ISBN 84-85815-44-0

external links

  • BULLETIN OF THE PERUVIAN ACADEMY OF THE LANGUAGE- Nº 40. 2nd Semester of 2005 - 747]. UNGER, Andrés. The sensible and the foolish: the case of Don Quixote and Dulcinea. Pages 125-130. [4]
  • LEXIS Vol. VI. Num. 2. 1982 NOTES ON THE EDITIONS OF THE WORK OF MARTIN ADAN Andrés Unger [5]