Ida Vitale

Uruguayan writer

Ida Vitale (born November 2, 1923) is a Uruguayan writer. In 2018, she was awarded the Miguel de Cervantes Prize. Vitale fled to Mexico City in 1973 for political asylum after a military junta took power in Uruguay. She played an important role in the Uruguayan art movement known as the 'Generation of 45'.[1]

Ida Vitale
Ida Vitale at Texas A&M University.jpg
Born (1923-11-02) November 2, 1923 (age 96)
Montevideo, Uruguay
LanguageSpanish
NationalityUruguayan
Genreliterary critic, author, translator
Spouse1. Enrique Fierro 2. Ángel Rama
ChildrenAmparo Rama Vitale; Claudio Rama Vitale

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