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Maria Teresa Andruetto is one of the central and iconic figures of the national and Cordovan literature. He was born in Arroyo Cabral, a town of Córdoba on a day like today: January 26, 1954 . Since he arrived in the world , he began to build a new look at the facts and as it grew he was building, too, a new how to share worlds through literature. “ La Tere”, as it is known in the field of Cordovan literature, is the daughter of a Piedmontese partisan who arrived in Argentina in 1948 and of a descendant of Piedmontese based in the plain. The childhood of this infinite creator took place in Oliva. Already, in the 1970s, he decided to study Modern Letters at the National University of Cordoba and military in a Maoist fraction of the Revolutionary Communist Party.
This woman is not only a fervent craftsman of words, but also a practitioner and specialist in children's and youth literature. In 1983 he was among the founders of the Center for Dissemination and Research of Children's and Youth Literature (CEDILIJ) , where he was part of the teaching and executive team for a decade. For decades he has worked in this area, participating in teacher training, founding study centers and specialized journals, directing collections and participating in reading plans . Thus, his passage through the Cordovan and national youth became a landmark. Since with his different visions, he managed to influence the lives of many people.
In 2012 she became the first Argentinian and Spanish writer to win the Hans Christian Andersen Award . This badge is awarded by IBBY (International Youth Book Organization) and considered “the little Nobel Nobel in literature” . La Tere is always a guest teacher in numerous undergraduate and postgraduate training spaces. She also becomes a special guest of congresses, seminars, fairs and conferences , in our own country and abroad.
His works are crossed by the construction of individual and social identity, the aftermath of the dictatorship in our country and the feminine universe as a transversality that affects all universes. Andruetto has cultivated the narrative for both adults, children and young people , in addition to poetry and essay. And even with his multifaceted and versatile identity he has dabbed into the theater .
His work was distinguished with numerous awards, and even forms part of different programs and curricula of American and European universities. Maria Teresa's creations were embodied in object books, short films, poetic-musical shows, choreographies, performances of scenic oral narration and adaptations theatrical . His narrative was translated into various languages. These include German, Chinese, French, Galician, Italian, Lithuanian, Portuguese and Turkish.
She is the author of the novels Tama (2003), La mujer en questo (2009), Tongua madre (2010) and Los stainados (2015); of the stories books Cacería (2012) and Not a lot of people like this tranquility (2017); and of the essays Towards a Literature Without Adjectives (2008). He has also published nouvelles and short stories for boys, such as Stefano (2001), Veladuras (2005), El País de Juan (2005) and La niña, el corazón y la casa (2011), among others. He received the SM Prize for Children and Youth Literature (2010).
His poetry also had to adapt to other languages, so that different cultures can delight with his creations. With his verses, he gathered a single volume composed of six books of poetry that he published between 1993 and 2017. The book begins with several unpublished poems and continues with Cleofé (2017), American Dream (2008), Beatriz (2005), Kodak (2001), Pavese and other poems (1998) and Words to the Rescoldo (1993).
In the words of Jorge Monteleone:
“ Andruetto's poetry returns to the origin of all the stories where the voice of Scheherezade must be found, the speech of a woman who mocks and dilates death with beauty, who conjures violence and celebrates and feeds, the plot of all stories and tells every day and sings the days.”
The marks of his militancy in the bloodest years of Argentine history are still alive. His wounds suppurate and are not only reflected in his narratives. They also lead their destiny : he currently co-directs the Narradoras Argentinas collection at the Editorial Universitaria de Villa María (EDUVIM), where he seeks to rescue the work of missing writers which they published between the fifties and nineties.
Publication Date: 26/01/2021
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