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Gabo

Naum , original name Naum Neemia Pevsner. 1890--1977, US sculptor, born in Russia: a leading constructivist
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El poeta Joaquin Mattos Ornar, oriundo del puerto caribeno de Santa Marta, afirma que la dimension mitica y magica del Caribe colombiano siempre ha existido, "pero creo que al final termino sucumbiendo a la ficcion de Gabo y nuestro Premio Nobel, con sus maravillosas narraciones, acabo imponiendo esta nocion de Macondo en el mismo ambito caribeno que lo inspiro.
Both Gabo and Estrella didn't give any notice to the Mila's Lechon brass as they opted to prioritize their commitments with the Quezon City Capitols in the Maharlika Pilipinas Basketball League (MPBL), which had a game later in that day.
Gabo quiso reivindicar a su generacion y escribio un cuento y se lo llevo a Zalamea, quien de inmediato con una nota en la que admitia que se habia equivocado; anadio "con ese cuento surgio el genio de la literatura colombiana".
Gabo lived in Berlin from 1922 to 1932, but with the rise of the Third Reich, emigrated first to Paris, and then to London in 1935.
The Gabo Prize was founded more recently by Allie Marini, who previously served on Lunch Ticket as Managing Editor,and Jennifer McCharen, who served as Translation Editor.
Y este lunes 5 de junio se conmemorara el 50 aniversario de la salida a librerias de esa obra maestra que pronto se convirtio en un fenomeno literario global, y que confirmo a Gabo como "genio de la literatura", tal como lo habia anticipado desde 1947 Eduardo Zalamea Borda.
Ya de adulta lo vi muchas veces, la primera fue regresando con Gabo de la Escuela Internacional de Cine.
Les preparatifs allaient bon train pour la ceremonie d'hommage a [beaucoup moins que] Gabo [beaucoup plus grand que], surnom affectueux de l'ecrivain dans le Claustro de la Merced (cloitre de la grace).
Emilio Aguinaldo College guard John Tayongtong and Mapua's Leo Gabo meted severe punishments from the NCAA Management Committee for their roles in an ugly bench-clearing brawl that rocked the league last Monday at The Arena in San Juan.
La novela dice que justo alli, donde Gabo se tomo el cafe, Fermina Daza tenia una jaula con seis cuervos perfumados.
For Indian readers (and writers) of my generation who grew up fascinated by the unbelievable success of Rushdie's Midnight's Children and later Seth's The Suitable Boy after having devoured Wodehouse, Gardner and Chase thrillers along with, of course, the works of legendary writers in the Kannada language (most of which were part of our school and college syllabus) like Kuvempu, Bendre, Karanth, Ananthamurthy, Shivarudrappa and, above all my favourite, the enfant terrible Bhyrappa, writers like Gabo were literally foreign and inaccessible.