Onelio Jorge Cardoso

Cardoso, Onelio Jorge

 

Born May 11, 1914, in Calabazar de Sagua, Las Villas province. Cuban writer.

Cardoso writes short stories distinguished by a colloquial idiom, humorous style, and affection for the working man—for example, ‘The Coal Miners” (1945) and “Old Iron” (1952). Many of his stories have antiwar and anti-imperialist themes and reflect the basic conflicts in the prerevolutionary Cuban countryside. Cardoso is a leader of the Union of Writers and Artists of Cuba. In 1962 he published a collection of articles, Men Among the People.

WORKS

Cuentos completos. [Havana, 1969].
Iba caminando. Havana, 1966.
In Russian translation:
Korallovyi kon’ Moscow, 1962.
[Rasskazy.] In Kubinskaia novella XX veka. Moscow-Leningrad, 1965.

REFERENCE

Portuondo, J. A. Bosquejo histórico de las letras cubanas. Havana, 1962.

S. P. MAMONTOV

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Tambien Los pintores, del Teatro Escambray, consigue un atractivo lenguaje para versionar el cuento "Los tres pichones," de Onelio Jorge Cardoso, con minimalismo, colorido y dinamica presencia de sus actores Maikel Valdes, tambien director, y Teresa Fundora.
In Cuba, Hivos has made a decisive contribution to the development of many cultural institutions like the Pablo de la Torriente Brau Cultural Center, the Retazos dance company, the International Low Budget Film Festival organized by Humberto Solas, and the Onelio Jorge Cardoso Center, a literary workshop.
Antonio Benitez Rojo's "Skin Deep" is excellent, and the same can be said of "The Storyteller" by Onelio Jorge Cardoso. The volume ends with Virgilio Pinero's story "The Great Baro" and Alejo Carpentier's "Journey Back to the Source."