Author

Enrique Gil Gilbert

Ecuadorian novelist, short story writer

1912   -   1973

genre: short story, novel
country of citizenship: Ecuador
language of expression: French
educated at: University of Guayaquil
occupation: politician, writer
position held: Deputy of the National Congress of Ecuador

Enrique Gil Gilbert (July 8, 1912 – February 21, 1973) was an Ecuadorian novelist, journalist, poet, and a high-ranking member of the Communist Party of Ecuador. Gil Gilbert was born and died in the coastal city of Guayaquil, and was the youngest member of the Guayaquil Group, which was one of the most renowned literary and intellectual groups in Ecuador in 1930–40. Gil Gilbert’s most famous novel is Nuestro Pan (Our Daily Bread) (1942), which was translated into English (1943), German, Japanese, and Czech. The novel won Honourable Mention in the Latin-American Prize Novel Competition.
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Works

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Nuestro pan

novel by Enrique Gil Gilbert

author: Enrique Gil Gilbert

1942

El negro Santander

Short-story by Enrique Gil Gilbert

author: Enrique Gil Gilbert

1933

El malo

short-story by Enrique Gil Gilbert

author: Enrique Gil Gilbert

1930

Yunga

short story collection by Enrique Gil Gilbert

author: Enrique Gil Gilbert

1933

Por guardar el secreto

short story by Enrique Gil Gilbert

author: Enrique Gil Gilbert

1930

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