Néstor Osvaldo Perlongher

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Néstor Osvaldo Perlongher (Avellaneda, 24 December 1949 - São Paulo, 26 November 1992) was an Argentine poet, and anthropologist.

He graduated completed his degree in sociology; he moved to São Paulo, where he graduated from the University of Campinas with a Master of Social Anthropology; where he was appointed professor in 1985.

His work appeared in the El Porteño, Alfonsina, Last Kingdom and Poetry Journal. He was active in the Gay Liberation Front.[1] He died of AIDS in São Paulo.[2]

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  • Austria-Hungría (Buenos Aires, Tierra Baldía, 1980)
  • Alambres (Buenos Aires, Último Reino, 1987; Premio "Boris Vian" de Literatura Argentina)
  • Hule (Buenos Aires, Último Reino, 1989) ISBN 978-950-9418-57-8
  • Parque Lezama (Buenos Aires, Sudamericana, 1990)
  • Aguas aéreas (Buenos Aires, Último Reino, 1990)
  • El cuento de las iluminaciones (Caracas, Pequeña Venecia, 1992)
  • Poemas completos: 1980-1992, Buenos Aires: Planeta, 1997; Grupo Editorial Planeta S.A.I.C./Seix Barral, 2003, ISBN 978-950-731-366-0

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