He is usually called by his second surname Emir R. He was a part in " The Boom " of s Latin American literature as founder and — editor of his influential magazine Mundo Nuevo. Umberto Eco was quoted in saying that Jorge Luis Borges had read almost everything but no one knew that indiscernable totallity better than Emir. Monegal or Monegal only, a Spanish naming custom when the first surname is extremely common.

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As such, he dedicated himself to writing five volumes, the first of which was dedicated to his childhood and adolescence; the second, to his years as editor; the third, to his experiences in England; the fourth, to his years in Paris; and finally, the fifth, dedicated to his life as a teacher in the United States.

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Rodríguez Monegal, Emir (1921–1985)

He began publishing in in Marcha , a Uruguayan magazine for which he wrote until Central Intelligence Agency. After a bitter exchange with his accusers, he resigned his position with Mundo Nuevo , thus hastening the demise of the magazine, and accepted an influential position at Yale University in In he finally returned to Uruguay, where he received a presidential award for his intellectual contributions. He died and is buried in New Haven , Connecticut.


Rodríguez Monegal, Emir

Publication Timeline. Though this may sound like a rather improbable film plot, it is the story of Jorge Luis Borges, a story investigated in detail by Borges' close friend Emir Monegal. Professor Monegal, a Borges confidant for more than 30 years, has been able, as no one else possibly could, to unearth the facts from this legend that Borges has so deftly constructed around himself. The result is a narrative as intriguing as one of Borges' own stories of detection. Monegal traces Borges' development as a writer from its beginnings in the child called Georgie who lived in a rundown neighborhood on the outskirts of Buenos Aires, learning to read English before he could read Spanish, to the winner of the most prestigious international literary prizes. He skillfully links Borges' personal history with his literary production, providing a fascinating account of the unfolding and eventual fruition of a creative genius.

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