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Retrieved from ” https: Adoum was Pablo Neruda ‘s personal secretary for nearly two years in Chile. He later divorced Magdalena.

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From he worked in Beijing China and then in Geneva and Paris. Since he traveled to Chile, Argentina, and Brazil. Adoum has been nominated downlod the Cervantes Prize, the most prestigious and remunerative award given for Spanish-language literature.

In he returned to his homeland. They first met in Geneva in when Nicole was an actress in the French-version of his new play “El sol bajo las patas de los caballos” French title: Hedeen and Victor Rodriguez Nunez. Archived from the original on 5 November He also had a private practice for downloac, magnetism and suggestion, and made numerous healings considered miraculous in his time.

He was a believer of communist ideology.

Adonai – Jorge E. Adoum

In Adoum married Magdalena Jaramillo Cabezas with whom he had 2 daughters. By using this site, you agree to the Terms vownload Use and Privacy Policy.

His father Francisco Adoum was Lebanese and migrated to Ecuador where he made Arabic-to-Spanish translations, painted, sculpted, composed music, practiced natural medicine, and wrote more than 40 volumes on occult sciences and masonry which he published under the pseudonym “Mago Jefa”.

Views Read Edit View history. She died on July 13, Adoum’s other works have downloar been translated into English yet. Biographical Dictionary of Ecuador.

Magdalena Jaramillo Cabezas years married: This page was last edited on 30 Januaryat Unable to return to Ecuador because of the military dictatorship ofhe worked in the Popular Republic of China.

This was the downlload time the award was given to a foreigner. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Adoum married Nicole Rouan from Gimel in He died in Rio de Jainero adoun at 61 years old. Retrieved 16 December Adoum also translated works from the following authors into the Spanish language: As a teenager Jorge Enrique Adoum tried to join the Communist Party of Ecuador but was turned down because he was too young.

Adoum died at the age of 83 of heart failure in Quito on July 3,