Innovative Peruvian poet and author known for an avant-garde poetry collection entitled Trilce. His additional literary works consist of Espana, aparta de mi este caliz; Los Heraldos Negros; and Poemas Humanos. He went to the Country wide University or college of Trujillo as well as the Country wide University or college of San Marcos, going for a break from his research to earn money as a sugars plantation employee. He published five takes on that explored interpersonal and political styles; none were released or created during his life time. He wedded Georgette Philippart in Paris in 1934, carrying out a series of like affairs. He was the main topic of a poem in What counts most is usually how you walk through the open fire, a series by Charles Bukowski.