In Ephemeris of November 2 These events that happened on a day like today in Argentina and around the world stand out:
1906. Lucchino Visconti is born
Lucchino Visconti is born. From an aristocratic family, he practiced Marxism and became a famous opera director and film director. His fame as a filmmaker came after World War II The earth trembles. I had taken pictures before Torture, one of the first neorealist films. Later topics like White nightsIt was the swan song of neo-realism Rocco and his brothers, Catobardo, Abroad, Fall of the Gods, Death in Venice, Family group Y Ludwig. He died in 1976.
1910. Enrique Molina is born
A surrealist poet was born Henry Molina In Buenos Aires. Author of books like Antipodean lovers, Free fire Y Monsoon NapamHe ventured into fiction with the novel Camilla O’Gorman is a shadow of a dream In 1973. Died in 1997.
1922. Antonio di Benedetto is born
Born in Mendoza Antonio de BenedettoOne of the best Argentine writers of the second half of the 20th century. JamaPublished in 1956, and Filmed by Lucrezia Martel, would become one of the most admired and analyzed novels of Argentine literature. Works like calm down (1964) and Suicides (1969) On the day of the 1976 military coup, he was kidnapped from the newspaper Andes, where he worked. He was tortured and exiled. He wrote in Spain Tales of exile. He returned to democratic Argentina and died of a cerebral hemorrhage on October 10, 1986.
1923. Ida Vitale is born
One of the great voices of Oriental poetry was born in Montevideo. Ida Vitale. Written by The light of this memory, given word, A walker, The mockingbird seriesIn other poems, Cervantes received the prizeThe highest award for literature in Spanish in 2018.
1975. The Assassination of Pier Paolo Pasolini
In the seaside resort of Ostia on the outskirts of Rome, is murdered Pier Paolo Pasolini. He is 53 years old. Filmmaker and writer He repeatedly ran into his own car, and in one obscure instance, young Pino Pelosi was convicted and arrested for vehicle theft. In his filmographyShocked Italian cinema in the 1960s, among other films The Gospel according to St. Matthew, Media, theorem (Based on his own novel) Decameron Y 120 days of Salou or Gomorrah.
1985. The Pumas join the All Blacks
Pumas hold historic record 21-21 against New Zealand at Ferro pitch. Hugo Porta scored all of Argentina’s rugby team’s points in their only match against the mighty All Blacks that did not end in defeat. A knock-on centimeter from the visiting Ingole in the last game of the tournament sealed Argentina’s victory. They can only win the All Blacks in 2020.
1999. Baldazar Carson orders arrest of Argentine genocide
Spanish judge Baldazar Carson ordered the capture of 98 Argentine soldiers For state terrorism offences. The order issued to Interpol did not exclude Argentine territory. Other oppressors included members of the military junta and Antonio Bussi. News falls like a storm. The elected coalition government says it will allow justice to be served. Fernando de la Rúa ended up blocking possible extraditions.
2015. Antonio Tal Masetto dies
The writer dies Antonio Dalmacetto At the age of 77. He was born in 1938 in the Italian city of Intra. He arrived in Argentina at the age of twelve. His first book of short stories appeared in 1964. Sealing wax. Considered one of the best Argentine storytellersstand out in his novels Seven gold, Fire at will, Coming home is always difficult, Unsuitable land, There are some guys down there Y The last fight.
Also, this All Souls DayA day of religious significance to remember the dead, it is particularly important in countries such as Mexico.
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