Carlos Hugo Garrido Chalén
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Carlos Hugo Garrido Chalén is a Peruvian poet award winner World Literature "Andres Bello" version poetry, 2009 in Venezuela, this poet has been declared living cultural Heritage of the Nation by the National Institute of Culture (INC) of the Peruvian republic. He studied journalism and law at the National University of Trujillo. Garrido Chalén is one of the present representatives of the North Group that was born in Trujillo city in the first half of the twentieth century.
He was Born in Zorritos district of the Tumbes Province, Peru on October 16, 1951. He studied upper in careers of laws (1970-1976) and journalism (1990-1995) at the National University of Trujillo. He was recognized in 1997 by the National Institute of Culture (INC), with the distinction "living cultural heritage of the nation.".
Carlos Garrido Chalén has written poems, some of his work is:
- CONFESIONES DE UN ÁRBOL
- IDIOMA DE LOS ESPEJOS
- LA OPULENCIA IGNORANTE
- LA PALABRA SECRETA
- LA VOZ DE LA VIOLENCIA
- PUNTADA DE ZAPATERO
- UN ANGEL EN EL EDÉN
- LA SOMBRA DESCUBIERTA
- NO SÉ LEER PERO ME ESCRIBEN
- ITINERARIO DEL AMOR EN VALLEJO
- LA NOCHE DEL COYOTE
- LA MISIÓN DEL RELÁMPAGO
- LOS ÁNGELES DEL VIENTO
- LA MUERTE DEL GALLO SEGÚN SAN PEDRO
- EN PIE DE GUERRA
- EL MURO DEL ABISMO
- LA GUERRA DEL ENGAÑO
- EL REGRESO A LA TIERRA PROMETIDA
- EL SOL NUNCA SE PONE EN MIS DOMINIOS
- LA MONTAÑA DEL JURAMENTO
Winner of the award World Literature "Andres Bello" poetry version, in 2009 in Venezuela. Ernesto Kahan, former vice president of the association IPPNW and personal of the Nobel Prize ceremony at IPPNW Peace in 1985, about Chalén Garrido said:"Poets of the stature of the Peruvian poet are like rare gems that appear in special periods of human history".
- "(spanish)Recopilación de los mejores artículos periodísticos del autor publicados en el diario "Correo" de Tumbes - Perú" (in spanish). Retrieved October 7, 2012.
- "(spanish)RecopilaCarlos Garrido Chalén-Biografía" (in spanish). Retrieved October 7, 2012.
- "(spanish)Carlos Garrido Chalén-Poemas" (in spanish). Retrieved October 5, 2012.
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