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He quickly found himself, however, more engrossed with the Mayan materials at the British Museum than his studies and soon after moved to Paris to study anthropology instead. While he was in Paris, Asturias met many notable literary and scholarly figures, including Ramon del Valle-Inclan, Miguel de Unamuno, James Joyce, Andre Breton, Pablo Picasso, Alejo Carpentier, Tristan Tzara, Pablo Neruda, Robert Desnos, Alfonso Reyes, Arturo Uslar Pietri, and Louis Aragon. He studied at the Sorbonne with another famous scholar, Georges Raynaud—a specialist in Mayan culture.
His paternal grandmother, Emma, was a cultured, free-spirited woman who played a huge part in the boy’s childhood. He grew up during the rock ’n’ roll heyday of the 1950s and 1960s, listening to Elvis Presley and the Beatles, but the family also listened to the American jazz of Dizzy Gillespie, Glenn Miller, and Duke Ellington, and to Latin American artists such as Beny Moré, Perez Prado, and the Orquesta Casino de la Playa. ,” because Lymon was only 14 and led the group. He wrote a letter to Lymon, asking to join the group, but Blades’s mother, who wanted her son to concentrate on his education, did not send the note, but bought him a guitar, instead.
Chinese Box, 1997. Scorpion Spring, 1997. The Devil’s Own, 1997. Cradle Will Rock, 1999. All the Pretty Horses, 2000. Gideon’s Crossing, 2000. Assassination Tango, 2002. Once Upon a Time in Mexico, 2003. Imagining Argentina, 2003. The Maldonado Miracle, 2003. , Rubén Blades: Salsa Singer and Human Activist, Enslow Publishers, 1997. , Rubén Blades, Chelsea House Publishers, 1992. Periodicals Billboard, September 7, 2002, p. 12. New York Times, August 26, 1999, p. 3. Wall Street Journal, November 13, 2002, p.
Contemporary Hispanic Biography, Volume 3 by Ashyia Henderson