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Between 1952-53, Chumacero received scholarships for the Colegio de México and for the Mexican Center of Writers. He became a member of the Mexican Academy of Language in 1964. He was an advisor for the Fondo de Cultura Económica.
He died in Mexico City from pneumonia in 2010, aged 92.
Chumacero's works include:
- Desert of Dreams (Páramo de sueños) (1944)
- Exiled Images (Imágenes desterradas) (1948)
- Words in Rest (Palabras en reposo) (1956). He received a national tribute in 1996 for his third book, Words in Rest, for its cultural work and poetic creation.
- The critical moments (Los momentos críticos)
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