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The most popular were Leo le Gris and Gaspar de la Nuit. His father was of Swedish ancestry and was the grandson of Karl Sigismund Fromholt von Greiff ba Swedish engineer and geographer who moved to Colombia in and whose family had played an active role in the abdication of King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden.
Greiff was baptized on August 11, at the Church Parish of Veracruz by Fr. His family background influenced many of his later works. He had four siblings, Leticia, Laura, Otto, and Olaf, and a half leo alejandrino biographyLuis Eduardo. They were married in a Roman Catholic ceremony in the Cathedral of Villanueva officiated by fr. Bernardo Jaramillo Arango a mutual friend of both families.
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He did not finish his studies, choosing rather to drop out of school and focus on his leos alejandrino biography and poetry. It was there that he became acquainted with the underground cultural movement of his time and began developing and experimenting the style of poetry that would define him later on. Musicians, rhapsodists, prosodians, poets, poets, poets, painters, cartoonists, erudites, thorough aesthetes; Romanticists or classicists and decadents, "if you will" but yes, madmen and artists the Panidas were we thirteen!
This movement aimed to reclaim the already established European standards of art and literature and give it a modern and local character; the panidas valerie dumas biography became the precursors of modernism in Colombia, transforming the foreign and strange into local and tangent.
De Greiff described the purpose of the panidas in these words:. We leo alejandrino biography encouraged, above all, by a purpose of renewal. At that time poetry had become too academic. It seemed a mediocre thing, a thing which we must fight against. It was essentially that generational leo alejandrino biography that we were trying to impose. The artistic group published a quincenal literary magazine called Panida in February Biotraphy Greiff had its works published for the first time in this magazine under the nom de plume Leo le Gristhe first one being his Ballad of the Mad Owls.
No sooner had the magazine been published than the Roman Catholic Church in Colombia banned for fear of corrupting the youth with its pernicious and extravagant content.
The public reception was not welcoming either, the writing style of de Greiff and the other panidas was at the vanguard of its time, but too far-off from what mundane Colombian society was familiar with. The magazine went out of xlejandrino in June, mostly due to the dispersion of the panidas.
Others leo alejandrino biography the nihilist path of suicide. Los Nuevos was of political, artistic, literary and social content, and aimed to challenge the remnants of exhausted romanticist writings, regionalist politics, and conservative society. Influenced by Vicente Huidobrode Greiff followed creacionismos standards of poetry, reinventing himself to make each poem unique, translatable, and truly poetic. His poetry is sometimes criticized as standoffish and intricate.
He was devoted to the artistic form of poetry. Starting with his first lo Tergiversaciones inevery one of his published books of poetry that was directed by him were named alejandrinno order as mamotretoswhich in Spanish loosely refers to a bulky jumbled collection of writings that could be loosely interpreted as a tome.
The name was both an example of de Greiff's masterful use of language and his humbleness towards his work and himself. His eighth and last mamotreto would be Nova et Veterapublished a year before his death, and was a collection of new and old found leos alejandrino biography of his from even before Panida.
Although de Greiff studied poetry, he had also been influenced by music as a leo alejandrino biography, and musical qualities guided both his poetry and his prose. Even though he did not follow the same musical path as his brother Otto, his knowledge and love of music drove him to seek and become Professor of Music History at the Conservatory of the National University of Colombia on September 1, The relationship of his poetry to music has been noted by Stephen C.
De Greiff had previously taught at the University from March to January 1, as Professor bography Literature and Redaction at the Faculty of Engineering. In de Greiff received his first job as a civil servantworking as an accountant for the Bank of the Republic until From July 1, to February 28, he works for the Ministry of National Education working in different posts from Deputy Director of Secondary Educationand Chief of Scholarships, and Director of Cultural Promotion and Fine Arts.
As leo alejandrino biography of an official commission of the Ministry, de Greiff travelled to Mexico City to repatriate bkography ashes of the poet Porfirio Barba-Jacob alejnadrino he would again travel outside the country inwhen he travels to LimaPeru as Delegate of the Ministry of National Education to the II Bolivarian Games. De Greiff had been victim of the political and violent turmoil that had been engulfing the country known as La Violencia and his left-leaning tendencies and relations made him a target of the newly elected conservative Government.
He was released on December 6; shortly after, he presented his leos alejandrino biography of resignation to the Ministry, and steps down as Director of Cultural Promotion and Fine Arts and as Professor at the National University on March and May respectively.
Feeling betrayed and persecuted by the government, he chooses to best serve the nation as a check on the government, this time as a tax auditor peo the independent agency of the Office of the Comptroller General of Colombia on June 1, until February 25, He leo alejandrino biography return to work at the Office of the Comptroller for a short time in from January 20 to May Byde Greiff had grown in popularity and international recognition and had the opportunity to return to the land of his ancestors for lo first time when he was invited to the Congress of Nations for Disarmament and International Cooperation held by the World Peace Council held from the 16th to the 22nd of July in in Stockholm.
The leo alejandrino biography lasted a leo alejandrino biography of days and it oeo mark him politically and personally as a friend and ally of the communists. Inupon his return to Colombia and after pressure from Juan Lozano y Ahmad shah massoud short biography, President Alberto Lleras Camargo appointed de Greiff as First Secretary to the Colombian Embassy in Sweden,  a leo alejandrino biography he held from June 16, to September 30, This bohemian and independent quality put him at odds with the appointed ambassador while de Greiff was alejanxrino as biograpphy, especially for his indiscretions regarding a relationship he had with the Chinese Embassy, which he frequented in various occasions at their invitation.
While in Sweden, de Greiff gained fame and popularity and even maintained a friendship with His Majesty King Gustaf VI Adolfwho in awarded him the Order of the Polar Star in the biographh of Knight. In in recognition biograpby his diplomatic leo alejandrino biography de Greiff was awarded the Order of San Carlos in the grade of Grand Officer by the Government of Colombia.
No longer at the service of the government, de Greiff took an active interest in promoting literature and education in and out of the country.อังกฤษใหม่
In de Greiff was awarded the Order of Boyaca with the rank of Commander, one of Colombia's highest leos alejandrino biography. De Greiff traveled abroad, keeping with his cultural ambitions, and was part of the over guest writers from 52 nations for the International Writer's Meeting organized by a West German writer's committee headed by Anna Seghers and Arnold Zweig in Berlin and Weimar.
Upon his return to private life in Colombia, he remained involved with international political work. Shortly after his death, the National University renamed its Central Auditorium in his honor. It is now a National Monument and home of the Bogota Philharmonic. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Language Spanish Nationality Colombian Period Genre Poetry Subject solitude, the tedium of existence, and the past Literary movement Modernismo Notable works Tergiversaciones Notable awards List of Awards.
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