The writer from Cartagena died Tuesday at the Marly Clinic in Bogotá after suffering a cardiac arrest. Burgos Cantor, winner of the 2018 National Prize for "Seeing what I see", leaves part of the world with a literary heritage that contains a sublime and complex narrative that takes us to the Caribbean coast of past centuries.
The writer from Cartagena died on Tuesday, October 16 at the Marly Clinic in Bogotá
Roberto Burgos The cantor began to be part of the Carnival and Literacy Group, in which Gabriel García Márquez , Germán Espinosa, Manuel Zapata are Olivella, Gustavo Ibarra Merlano, among other cultural references of our territory, as he decided to immerse himself in his city as the best possible space to make literature. The Cartagena read, which is enjoyed by its history and which is even more appreciated by the way our writers could relate it as an earthly paradise that overcomes the noise of time and its unbridled power, is the same as today. he loses the presence of one of his famous citizens, one of those citizens who think that the best place to fall into the arms of the muses is the bay near the island of Manga.
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Awards such as Jorge Gaitán Durán, José María Argueda's Narrative Prize and the 2018 National Prize for Literature awarded by the Ministry of Culture confirm the value of a prose created by the Variety of literary figures and grammatical experiments became rich. His narrative, which has been positioned for years, becomes eternal and indelible for those who resort to literature, to save us from the daily thicket and to flee to those lands and times when the human condition was the result of complex relationships of stunning unexpected events