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República Bolivariana de VenezuelaMinisterio del poder popular para la EducaciónUnidad Educativa privada "ARCO IRIS"El Limón - Estado AraguaProfesora: Claribel PérezCátedra: CastellanoCesar VallejoIntegrante:Mastrolonardo Marcos #22 IntroducciónMediante este trabajo se verá a continuación múltiples aspectos resaltantes de la vida de este gran poeta, escritor. Encontrará también la biografía de este, incluyendo opiniones personales y características acerca de sus poemas más destacados entre los cuales podemos anunciar los encontrados en su libro de poemas Heraldos Negros y Frescos, que son sus dos obras más conocidas.DesarrolloBreve biografía:César Abraham Vallejo Mendoza. Nació en Santiago de Chuco, Perú, el 16 de marzo de 1892 y por desgracia fallece en París a los 46 años de edad, el 15 de abril de 1938. Fue un poeta y escritor peruano considerado el más grande poeta latinoamericano de la historia y uno de los más destacados innovadores de la poesía del siglo XX. Publicó en Lima sus dos primeros poemarios: Los heraldos negros (1918), que reúne poesías que si bien en el aspecto formal son todavía de filiación modernista, constituyen a la vez el comienzo de la búsqueda de una diferenciación expresiva; y Trilce (1922), obra que significa ya la creación de un lenguaje poético muy personal, coincidiendo con la irrupción del vanguardismo a nivel mundial. En 1923 dio a la prensa su primera obra narrativa: Escalas, colección de estampas y relatos, algunos ya vanguardistas. Ese mismo año partió hacia Europa, para no volver más a su patria. Hasta su muerte residió mayormente en París, con algunas breves estancias en Madrid y en otras ciudades europeas en las que estuvo de paso. Vivió del periodismo complementado con trabajos de traducción y docencia. En esta última etapa de su vida no publicó libros de poesía, aunque escribió una serie de poemas que aparecerían póstumamente. Publicó en cambio, libros en prosa: la novela proletaria o indigenista El tungsteno (Madrid, 1931) y el libro de crónicas Rusia en 1931 (Madrid, 1931). Por entonces escribió también su más famoso cuento, Paco Yunque, que fue publicado años después de su muerte. Sus poemas póstumos fueron agrupados en dos poemarios: Poemas humanos y España, aparta de mí este cáliz, publicados en 1939 gracias al empeño de su viuda, Georgette Vallejo. La poesía reunida en estos últimos poemarios es de corte social, con esporádicos temas de posición ideológica y profundamente humanos. Para muchos críticos, los "poemas humanos" constituyen lo mejor de...

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