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Ernesto Cardenal
Portrait of Ernesto Cardenal

Ernesto Cardenal is a Nicaraguan poet, liberation theologian, and Catholic priest. He was a nominee for the 2005 Nobel Prize in Literature and was Nicaragua’s Minister of Culture for nearly a decade. (updated 7/2010)

“Interview with Ernesto Cardenal” conducted by Mary Morris and Richard Falk and translated by Jonathan Cohen appeared in AGNI 23.

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
Vision from the Blue Plane-Window
By Ernesto Cardenal
Translated from the Spanish by Jonathan Cohen
AGNI 23 Print Only
Poetry
New Ecology
By Ernesto Cardenal
Translated from the Spanish by Jonathan Cohen
AGNI 23 Print Only
Poetry
The Parrots
By Ernesto Cardenal
Translated from the Spanish by Jonathan Cohen
AGNI 23 Print Only
Poetry
At the Tomb of the Guerrilla
By Ernesto Cardenal
Translated from the Spanish by Jonathan Cohen
AGNI 23 Print Only
Poetry
Founding of the Latin American Association for Human Rights
By Ernesto Cardenal
Translated from the Spanish by Jonathan Cohen
AGNI 23 Print Only
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