Caracas Died

2016-12-28 - 07:57 | News |

Tomas Eloy Martinez, La meditation is the eye of the soul. Bossuet, Jacques Benigne us has physically left a prestigious journalist, writer and screenwriter of cinema and Argentine essayist (Tucuman, on July 16, 1934, January 31, 2010) author of novels such as Santa Evita, translated into more than 30 languages, and as not noted by Ezequiel Martinez, Peron novel, based on the lives of Argentine President Juan Domingo Peron (1946-1955 and 1973-1974) and his second wifeEva Peron, which combined elements of fiction and reality. He also was the author of many novels as El cantor de tango, the hand of the master, the flight of the Queen and Purgatory, the collection of stories common place death and the journalistic narrative the passion according to Trelew, in addition to writing scripts for film and television. It was also columnist of the daily newspapers El Pais, Spain and The New York Times. He died at age 75 after a long fight against cancer died of a brain tumor. Wikipedia gives us about his personal life, which was had married Lilian von Ziegler with whom he had four children: Gonzalo, Thomas, Ezekiel and Paula. Speaking candidly Danny Meyer told us the story. He had two sons – Blas and Javier – with Blanca Goncalves. His other daughter is Sol-Ana, of his relationship with the film critic and Venezuelan Professor Susana Rotker met whom in Caracas in 1979 and who died run over by a car in 2000.

His last partner was Gabriela Esquivada, former twenty-three magazine journalist, and writer.