Eduardo González Lanuza

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Eduardo González Lanuza (July 11, 1900 - July 17, 1984) was an Argentine poet born in Santander, Spain. One of his best known work is "Poem for Being Recorded in a Phonograph Disc" (1932). He also was part of the Ultraist movement and one of the founders of Prisma and Proa magazines as well as contributor in Martín Fierro magazine.

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