Manuel Pérez y Curis

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Manuel Pérez y Curis
Born (1884-05-21)May 21, 1884
Montevideo, Uruguay
Died November 22, 1920(1920-11-22) (aged 36)
Montevideo, Uruguay
Occupation Poet, writer, publisher
Nationality Uruguayan
Spouse Josefina Maggi
Children Apolo, Minerva, Mercurio, Orfeo, Febo, Mireya

Manuel Pérez y Curis (May 21, 1884 – November 22, 1920) was an Uruguayan poet, born in Montevideo, Uruguay.

The Apolo Magazine stands out between its works (of art and sociology) that appeared monthly; the writing secretary was Ovidio Fernández Ríos and La Arquitectura del verso, published in Paris and Mexico. The poet Delmira Agustini in almost all numbers wrote in Apolo (the poem appears here in 1908, Las coronas). In the year in 1908, he published in the magazines Alberto Zum Felde, La Hiperbórea and Lulú Margat. He died of tuberculosis 1920, in Montevideo.


Works cited

  • Elizabeth Durand. El Día. Sunday supplement. Year XLVIII N° 2428. Apolo Una Revista de la Primera Decada del 900.
    Montevideo, April 27, 1980.
  • Elizabeth Durand. El Día. Sunday supplement. Year XLVIII N° 2430. Manuel Pérez y Curis: Un Realizador con Destino de Silencio,
    Montevideo, May 11, 1980.
  • La Enciclopedia de El Pais, Tomo 1. Apolo,
    Montevideo, 2011.

External links

  • Nomenclatura de Montevideo (Intendencia Municipal de Montevideo)
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