Abel Parentini Posse, best known as Abel Posse (born January 7, 1934 in Córdoba, Argentina), is an Argentine novelist, essayist, poet, career diplomat and politician. He is the author of fourteen novels, seven collections of essays, an extensive journalistic work, together with a series of short stories and poems. His narrative fiction has received several distinguished awards. He received encouraging praise for his early novels, Los bogavantes (1970) and La boca del tigre (1971), for which he was awarded the Honour Sash of the SADE (Argentine Society of Writers) and third prize of the National Prize of Argentine Literature respectively. Worldwide acclaim came later for his “Trilogy of the Discovery of America” when he was recognised as one of the masters of Latin America's “New Historical

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  • Abel Posse (* 7. ledna 1934, Córdoba, Argentina) je argentinský spisovatel a diplomat. Se svou ženou žil střídavě v mnoha zemích světa. V letech 1990–1996 byl velvyslancem v Československu, resp. v České republice a na Slovensku. Nejznámějším Posseho dílem je román Psi z ráje (Los perros del paraíso), za níž obdržel cenu a který byl přeložen již do 13 jazyků (česky Odeon, Praha, 1993). Tento postmoderní román o čtyřech dílech popisuje „alternativní historii“ objevení amerického kontinentu a vzniku novověku. Vystupuje zde Kryštof Kolumbus, Ferdinand II. Aragonský, Isabela Kastilská, Aztékové a Inkové, ale také několik postav (či jejich karikatur) z pozdějších období dějin. „Psi z ráje“ – neškodní holí psíci – zde symbolicky stojí v protikladu k zuřivým ovčákům conquistadorů. Román tak nepřímo poukazuje na genocidu původního amerického obyvatelstva. (cs)
  • Abel Ernesto Parentini Posse, pli konata kiel Abel Posse (Kordobo, 7-a de januaro de 1934), estas argentina romanisto, eseisto, diplomata kaj akademiulo. (eo)
  • Abel Ernesto Parentini Posse, más conocido como Abel Posse (Córdoba, Argentina, 7 de enero de 1934), es un novelista, ensayista, diplomático y académico argentino. Es académico de número de la Academia Argentina de Letras y miembro correspondiente de la Real Academia Española. Es autor de catorce novelas, cinco ensayos, una extensa obra periodística y algunos cuentos y poemas. Su obra narrativa fue varias veces galardonada. Tras la alentadora acogida de sus obras tempranas ―Los bogavantes (1970) recibió la Faja de Honor de la SADE y La boca del tigre (1971), el tercer Premio Nacional de Literatura Argentina en 1971―, alcanzó con su «Trilogía del Descubrimiento» su notoriedad internacional y fue consagrado como uno de los maestros de la llamada «nueva novela histórica de América Latina»: Daimón (1978) fue finalista del Premio Rómulo Gallegos en 1982, premio que se llevó Los perros del paraíso (1983) en 1987. El último volumen de la trilogía, El largo atardecer del caminante (1992), recibió el Premio Internacional Extremadura-América 92 de la Comisión Española del V Centenario. El viajero de Agartha (1989), ganó el Premio Diana-Novedades y, en 2002, El inquietante día de la vida (2001) recibió el Premio Literario Academia Argentina de Letras. La obra de Posse ―que desde noviembre de 2012 es miembro de la Academia Argentina de Letras― ha sido traducida a 16 idiomas. Abel Parentini Posse desempeñó funciones diplomáticas de forma ininterrumpida de 1966 a 2004. Después de estudiar derecho en Buenos Aires y ciencias políticas en París en La Sorbona, Posse volvió a Buenos Aires donde ejerció la abogacía durante algunos años. Entró por concurso en el servicio diplomático exterior en 1965. Residió en las embajadas de Moscú (1966-1969) y Lima (1969-1971), fue Cónsul General en Venecia (1973-1979) y luego, director del Centro Cultural argentino de París (1981-1985), antes de ser destinado a la embajada de Tel-Aviv (1985-1988). El presidente Carlos Saúl Menem le confirió el título de embajador en 1990, función que desempeñó en Checoslovaquia (1990-1992), República Checa (1992-1996), Perú (1998-2000), Dinamarca (2000-2002), en la UNESCO (2002), y España (2002-2004). Obtuvo el Premio Konex - Diploma al Mérito en 1994. Abel Posse es colaborador habitual del diario La Nación así como de otros periódicos argentinos (Perfil, La Gaceta de Tucumán) y españoles (ABC, El Mundo y El País), y ha sido director de la Revista Argentina de Estudios Estratégicos. Su obra periodística representa unos 450 artículos, muchos de ellos recopilados en sus ensayos sociopolíticos Argentina, el gran viraje (2000), [cita requerida]El eclipse argentino. De la enfermedad colectiva al renacimiento (2003) y La santa locura de los argentinos (2006), o en su ensayo literario En letra grande (2005). Posse celebra en estos textos el glorioso pasado de la Nación argentina y su deseo de que, en el siglo XXI, vuelva a asumir un destino de gran Nación en el escenario continental e internacional, y que cobre un mayor protagonismo en el Mercosur y en los proyectos de integración regional. Peronista, Posse ha colaborado con Eduardo Duhalde en la consolidación de Mercosur. (es)
  • Abel Parentini Posse (* 7. Januar 1934 in Córdoba) ist ein argentinischer Diplomat und Schriftsteller. (de)
  • Abel Parentini Posse, plus connu comme Abel Posse, né à Córdoba le 7 janvier 1934, est un écrivain, diplomate et journaliste argentin. Il écrit 14 romans, 5 essais et plusieurs contes et poèmes. (fr)
  • Abel Posse (Córdoba, 7 gennaio 1934) è uno scrittore e diplomatico argentino. (it)
  • Abel Parentini Posse, best known as Abel Posse (born January 7, 1934 in Córdoba, Argentina), is an Argentine novelist, essayist, poet, career diplomat and politician. He is the author of fourteen novels, seven collections of essays, an extensive journalistic work, together with a series of short stories and poems. His narrative fiction has received several distinguished awards. He received encouraging praise for his early novels, Los bogavantes (1970) and La boca del tigre (1971), for which he was awarded the Honour Sash of the SADE (Argentine Society of Writers) and third prize of the National Prize of Argentine Literature respectively. Worldwide acclaim came later for his “Trilogy of the Discovery of America” when he was recognised as one of the masters of Latin America's “New Historical Novel”. The first installment is Daimon (1978), a finalist of the Rómulo Gallegos Prize in 1982, which he was to win in 1987 for the sequel titled The dogs of paradise (1983). The last installment of the trilogy, El largo atardecer del caminante (1992) was honoured with the Premio Internacional Extremadura-America ’92 of the Spanish Commission for the Fifth Centenary of the Discovery of America. Posse has been the recipient of the Premio Internacional de Novela Diana-Novedades (Mexico) for El viajero de Agartha (1989) and the Literature Prize of the Argentine Academy of Letters (2002) for El inquietante dia de la vida (2001). Abel Posse's novels have been translated into 16 languages. In November 2012 he became an numbered member of the Argentine Academy of Letters. Abel Parentini Posse carried out uninterrupted diplomatic duties for the Argentine Foreign Service from 1966 until 2004. After his studies in Law at the University of Buenos Aires and political sciences at La Sorbonne in Paris, Posse returned to Buenos Aires where he worked as a lawyer for several years. He entered the Foreign Service through entrance exams in 1965. His initial postings were to the Argentine embassy in Moscow (1966–1969) and Lima (1969-1970); he was later Consul General in Venice (1973–1979) and then director of the Argentine Cultural Centre in Paris (1981–1985), and then posted to the embassy in Tel-Aviv (1985–1988). President Carlos Saul Menem conferred him the title of Ambassador in 1990, which he carried out in Czechoslovakia (1990–1992), the Czech Republic (1992–1996), Peru (1998–2000), Denmark (2000–2002), at UNESCO (2002) and Spain (2002–2004). In 1994 he was honoured with the Konex-Prize Merit Diploma. Abel Posse is a regular contributor to the liberal-conservative daily La Nación in Buenos Aires, as well as other Argentine dailies (Perfil, La Gaceta de Tucumán) and Spanish papers (ABC, El Mundo and El País). He has also been editor in chief of the Revista Argentina de Estudios Estratégicos (Argentine Journal of Strategic Studies). His journalistic publications include some 400 articles, many have been published in his collection of socio-political essays, such as, Argentina, el gran viraje (2000), El eclipse argentino. De la enfermedad colectiva al renacimiento (2003) and La santa locura de los Argentina (2006), Sobrevivir Argentina (2014) and Réquiem por la política (2015). His literary and more strictly philosophical reflections have been collected in En letra grande (2005). In many of these texts Posse celebrates the glorious past of Argentina where he expounds on his desire that in the 21st century his country may resume its destiny as a great nation in the continental and international sphere, and that it take a greater role in Mercosur and in wider projects of regional integration. As a Peronist, Posse has worked with Eduardo Duhalde in the consolidation of Mercosur. Since his retirement from the Argentine Foreign Service and his return to Argentina in 2004, Posse became an ardent critic of the policies of Nestor Kirchner and his wife Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, former President of Argentina, both in his opinion pieces in the press as well as in political activities. In 2007 he backed the presidential candidature of Eduardo Duhalde, while in the same year he was a candidate in the senate ticket of Roberto Lavagna for the City of Buenos Aires. Toward the end of 2009, he was named Minister of Education of the City of Buenos Aires by Mauricio Macri (newly elected President of the country), replacing Mariano Narodwski. His posting caused a scandal due to a controversial piece he published on 10 December in La Nación (1). In this article, not only did he judge the Kirchner policies as inefficient in relation to law and order issues, but Posse also accused the Kirchners of ideological closeness to the armed left-wing militants of the 1970s (an ideology he has rejected in many of his texts) and of only telling one side of the story of the last military dictatorship. This text ignited a wave of protests in broad sectors of the left, including union and student organizations, as well as in social media, and in various newspaper outlets such as Página 12, who insisted that part of his diplomatic career had been under the watch of the previous military dictatorship. Given the intensity of these protests, Posse resigned from this post 11 days after his appointment. (en)
  • アベル・ポッセ(スペイン語: Abel Posse、1934年1月7日 - )は、アルゼンチン出身の小説家、外交官。観念性と官能性との融合が特徴とされている。代表作に『楽園の犬』がある。 (ja)
  • Абéль Паренти́ни По́ссе (исп. Abel Parentini Posse, род. 7 января 1934, Кордова) — аргентинский писатель и дипломат. (ru)
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  • Abel Ernesto Parentini Posse, pli konata kiel Abel Posse (Kordobo, 7-a de januaro de 1934), estas argentina romanisto, eseisto, diplomata kaj akademiulo. (eo)
  • Abel Parentini Posse (* 7. Januar 1934 in Córdoba) ist ein argentinischer Diplomat und Schriftsteller. (de)
  • Abel Parentini Posse, plus connu comme Abel Posse, né à Córdoba le 7 janvier 1934, est un écrivain, diplomate et journaliste argentin. Il écrit 14 romans, 5 essais et plusieurs contes et poèmes. (fr)
  • Abel Posse (Córdoba, 7 gennaio 1934) è uno scrittore e diplomatico argentino. (it)
  • アベル・ポッセ(スペイン語: Abel Posse、1934年1月7日 - )は、アルゼンチン出身の小説家、外交官。観念性と官能性との融合が特徴とされている。代表作に『楽園の犬』がある。 (ja)
  • Абéль Паренти́ни По́ссе (исп. Abel Parentini Posse, род. 7 января 1934, Кордова) — аргентинский писатель и дипломат. (ru)
  • Abel Posse (* 7. ledna 1934, Córdoba, Argentina) je argentinský spisovatel a diplomat. Se svou ženou žil střídavě v mnoha zemích světa. V letech 1990–1996 byl velvyslancem v Československu, resp. v České republice a na Slovensku. (cs)
  • Abel Ernesto Parentini Posse, más conocido como Abel Posse (Córdoba, Argentina, 7 de enero de 1934), es un novelista, ensayista, diplomático y académico argentino. Es académico de número de la Academia Argentina de Letras y miembro correspondiente de la Real Academia Española. (es)
  • Abel Parentini Posse, best known as Abel Posse (born January 7, 1934 in Córdoba, Argentina), is an Argentine novelist, essayist, poet, career diplomat and politician. He is the author of fourteen novels, seven collections of essays, an extensive journalistic work, together with a series of short stories and poems. His narrative fiction has received several distinguished awards. He received encouraging praise for his early novels, Los bogavantes (1970) and La boca del tigre (1971), for which he was awarded the Honour Sash of the SADE (Argentine Society of Writers) and third prize of the National Prize of Argentine Literature respectively. Worldwide acclaim came later for his “Trilogy of the Discovery of America” when he was recognised as one of the masters of Latin America's “New Historical (en)
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  • Поссе, Абель (ru)
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