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  1. Joaqu n Gallegos Lara was born in Guayaquil in 1909, the son of Emma Lara Calderon and Joaqu n Gallegos Del Campo 1873 1910 who founded a newspaper called El Caustico in 1895, which was satirical in nature and pro Eloy Alfaro Besides being a journalist, his father also wrote poems, which his wife Emma published after his death in a book called Mis Recuerdos 1912 , which contained two poems dedicated to his son Joaqu n Gallegos Lara A mi primogenito and El primer diente.Despite being crippled, Lara fought as a militant communist and intellectual in Ecuador He participated in street battles and blockades, with the help of a friend who carried him on his shoulders and acted as his legs He never attended school and was completely self taught He spoke French, German, Italian, and Russian almost perfectly He started writing poems at about 10 years old, when he found out of the suicide death of Medardo ngel Silva 1898 1919.Lara s early poems include Al Potro , Vieja Despedida , and Mam Jij a character in his novel Las Cruces Sobre el Agua , among others These poems were published in the literary magazines P ginas Selectas , Variedades , Letras y N meros , Cosmos , and Ilustraci n Years later his poetry took on a social and political view, such as Poemas de Miss Ecuador dedicated to Sarita Chac n Z iga, the first Miss Ecuador , Bandera Roja , Film Ferroviario , Romance de la rural , and Guayas , which were published in newspapers such as La Prensa, El Tel grafo, and Bandera Roja the official newspaper of the Communist Party of Ecuador.Many of his stories were collected in Las Cruces Sobre el Agua, a novel published in 1946, which he wrote in pencil 5 years earlier at the age of 21 Two other works, Los Guandos and La Bruja, were published posthumously.In 1930, he wrote the collection of short stories Los Que Se Van, together with Demetrio Aguilera Malta and Enrique Gil Gilbert He was part of the Guayaquil Group a group of authors who used social realism in their writing and played an active role in leftist politics.In 1947, shortly before his death, he published the book of short stories La Ultima Erranza In 1952, his Biograf a del Pueblo Indio completed in 1936 was published, and in 1956 another book of his stories was published.

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