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Later that year, having married a French sailor, Valenzuela moved to Paris, where she worked as a correspondent for the Argentine newspaper El Mundo.
Her daughter, Anna Lisa Marjek, was born in France. The two books were translated into English and published as Clara: Thirteen Short Stories and a Novel in Having been awarded a Fulbright grant to participate in the International Writers Program at the University of Iowa, Valenzuela left Argentina again in After Iowa, she spent a year in Mexico and a year in Barcelona.
With the military coup, the political situation deteriorated further—repression became more pervasive, and Valenzuela, whose work until then had escaped the ire of the military, found her next novel, Como en la guerra He Who Searchescensored.
Valenzuela moved to New York City inbut her fiction continued to be informed by Argentina and the political turmoil of the s.
She lived in the city for the next decade teaching at Columbia and New York universities. The novel was published inand was met with immediate and fervent praise.
Valenzuela settled in Argentina again inand currently lives in the Belgrano neighborhood where she grew up. Her living room is open and warm, its ochre walls adorned with numerous paintings by Puppo, Raul Alonso, Batteplanos, and Lea Lubins.
In the background, the patio—overgrown with tangles of vines, roses, and ficus—looks out onto looming skyscrapers. Two walls of the study are lined with books—written in Spanish, English and French.
Another wall is covered with masks, which Valenzuela has collected over her years of travel. Her desk occupies the heart of the room, and seems almost alive with the words and images encased under the glass cover.
A computer, as well as piles of open books and letters, sit on top of the desk. This interview took place over several meetings during the past year. Valenzuela has a beautiful, expressive face, which is framed by dark, unruly hair; she speaks slowly and deliberately, with an unmistakable Argentine accent marked with both sophistication and grit.
The first conversation was conducted last September in Wisconsin, when Valenzuela was the guest lecturer at the Midamerican Conference. In between the meetings, occasional e-mails were exchanged, some in English and some in Spanish, all of them signed abrazos—hugs.
It was about death. Funny I would connect so early with the one unavoidable subject.
It came to me just like that—influenced by Poe, no doubt—and my mother wrote it down. In my early years I never thought I would become a writer.
I published my first story at age twenty—which was also about death. We are always trying to have the last word over what will finally have the last word over us.
What was it like to grow up surrounded by literary figures? I remember the laughter coming from the room they were working in.Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.
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