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educator , writer

Andrés Homero Atanasiú, Argentinian writer, educator. Recipient award Argentine Writers Society, 1961, 64, National Fund Arts, 1961, 70, 74, Writers Council Buenos Aires, 1964, Literature award Municipality of La Plata, 1962, Provincial award literature Province Buenos Aires, 1970, Honorary mention Board of Culture of Municipality of La Plata, 1972.

Background

Atanasiú, Andrés Homero was born on January 11, 1926 in Ensenada, Argentina. Son of Felipe and Próspera (D'Antoni) Atanasiú.

Education

Student, National College University La Plata, 1945. Doctor of Letters, National College University La Plata, 1959.

Career

Professor art history National College La Plata (Argentina), 1961, professor contemporary literature, 1961-1962, professor universal literature, 1962-1963. Professor Castilian Industrial College, Ensenada, since 1960. Professor Spanish Literature School #1, 1961-1964.

Collaborator daily La Nación, Buenos Aires, El Día, La Plata, Revista de Educación de La Provincia de Buenos Aires. Essayist, commentator, lecturer in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Return and Other Stories, 1962, (novels) Sandro or Solitude, 1963, The Remains of the Shipwreck, 1971, La Luna en Menguante, 1974 (National Fund of the Arts prize), El Hombre Que Escuchaba Mozart, 1982 (first prize Biennial Novel Competition Argentina Union Carbide).

Membership

Member Argentine Writers Society (library commission), Committee Argentino de la Society International Studies Homéricos.

Connections

Married Maria Elena Santos, January 11, 1955.

father:
Felipe Atanasiú

mother:
Próspera (D'Antoni) Atanasiú

spouse:
Maria Elena Santos