Chilean poet, physicist, and mathematician most widely known for his important work Poemas y Antipoemas. A receiver of the renowned Cervantes Award, he was also nominated for the Nobel Award in Books on multiple events. He studied on the College or university of Chile, Dark brown College or university, and Oxford College or university. He released his debut function, Cancionero sin nombre, in 1937. A self-described “anti-poet,” he disregarded the conventions of Latin American poetry and included colloquial components in his literary functions. He was created into an creative family members in southern Chile; his sister Violeta was a renowned folk musician. He was honored the 2012 Miguel de Cervantes award for his extraordinary Spanish-language literary function.
|1||He is considered one of the most important poets of Spanish language writing. His "anti-poetry", which mixes colloquial language with old-fashioned verse, is influential in Latin America.|
|2||Winner of the Cervantes prize.|
|3||Father of Catalina Parra, Colombina Parra and Juan de Dios Parra.|
|4||Older brother of Violeta Parra, Hilda Parra, Lalo Parra, Roberto Parra, Caupolicán Parra (died of child), Elba Parra, Lautaro Parra, Óscar Parra and Olga Parra.|
|5||Son of Nicanor Parra Parra and Clarisa Sandoval Navarrete.|
|Nicanor Parra '91||1991||Documentary short||Himself|
|No me amenaces||1990||Documentary|
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