Armando Alba Zambrana

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Armando Alba Zambrana (February 9, 1901–1974) was a Bolivian writer, journalist, historian and politician from Potosí. He won the Premio Nacional de Cultura in 1969. He was an important[according to whom?] member of Gesta Bárbara and founded the Editorial Potosí group of writers. He was also the Bank Secretary of Potosí[1] and the 100th anniversary of birth was celebrated in 2001.[2]

Works[edit]

  • Voces áulicas (poetry, 1918).
  • Temple de la montaña y otros cuentos (stories, 1926).
  • Imagen de Potosí y de su Casa Real de Moneda (essays, 1946).
  • Enumeración del Proceso Potosino y "Gesta Bárbara" (essays, 1946).
  • Del viejo hontanar (poetry, 1970).
  • Bolívar (anthology, 1970).
  • Prólogos escogidos (2001).
  • Imagen de Potosí (2001).

References[edit]

  1. ^ Araujo Subieta, Mario. "Armando Alba y la Casa de Moneda". Fundación Cultural del Banco Central de Bolivia. p. 1-248. Retrieved September 25, 2015. 
  2. ^ "Fundación Cultural Banco Central de Bolivia, Issues 14-15; Issues 17-19". La Fundación. 2001. p. 49-55. Retrieved September 25, 2015.