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Instituto Cervantes logoEl Consulado General de Chile en Chicago y el Instituto Cervantes de Chicago tienen el agrado de invitarle a los siguientes eventos:

The Consulate General of Chile in Chicago and the Instituto Cervantes of Chicago cordially invite you to the following events:

Lectura poética de Raúl Barrientos presentado por Ben Heller
Noviembre 29, 6:30 pm

Poesía escogida 1982 – 1998, edición bilingüe (Swan Isle Press) editado por Ben Heller, traducido por Ben Heller y Christopher Maurer.

Es uno de los poetas contemporáneos latinoamericanos más reconocidos. La presentación corre a cargo de Ben Heller, profesor de la Universidad de Notre Dame y traductor de Barrientos al inglés. Después de los eventos trágicos de 1973, Barrientos dejó Chile para radicarse en Estados Unidos. Su obra elude las categorías consabidas: Latinoamericano, Latino, Norteamericano. Todo eso, y más.

Raul Barrientos poetry reading by Ben Heller
November 29, 6:30 pm

Selected poetry 1982 – 1998 (Swan Isle Press) edited by Ben Heller; translated by Ben Heller and Christopher Maurer

Barrientos is one of the most recognized contemporary Latin American poets. The presentation will be conducted by Ben Heller, Professor at the University of Notre Dame and Barriento’s translator to English. After the tragic events of 1973, Barrientos left Chile and established himselef in the United States. Barrientos work transcends the typical stereotypes of Latin American, Latino and American works.

English interpretation available at all the events.

Instituto Cervantes – 31 W. Ohio Chicago, IL 60610 Tel (312)335-1996 http://chicago.cervantes.es

Parking
Please be aware that discounted parking is currently available in the garage located next to the new facility. Students and visitors to the Instituto Cervantes can take advantage of a rate of $6.00 for up to 12 hrs. Please request a validated ticket at the front desk.


UIC Latino Cultural Center
University of Illinois at Chicago
www.uic.edu/depts/lcc/ lcc@uic.edu

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