Baldomero Lillo Figueroa (né à Lota, région du Biobío, le 6 janvier 1867 et mort le 10 septembre 1923 à San Bernardo) était un conteur chilien, considéré comme le maître du réalisme social dans son pays. Il était le frère de Samuel Lillo, écrivain chilien, Prix national de Littérature en 1947.

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  • Baldomero Lillo Figueroa (né à Lota, région du Biobío, le 6 janvier 1867 et mort le 10 septembre 1923 à San Bernardo) était un conteur chilien, considéré comme le maître du réalisme social dans son pays. Il était le frère de Samuel Lillo, écrivain chilien, Prix national de Littérature en 1947.
  • Baldomero Lillo Figueroa (Lota, 6 gennaio 1867 – San Bernardo, 10 settembre 1923) è stato uno scrittore cileno, considerato il maestro del realismo sociale nel suo paese.
  • Baldomero Lillo Figueroa (Lota, Chile, 6 de enero de 1867 - San Bernardo, Chile, 10 de septiembre de 1923) fue un cuentista chileno, considerado el maestro del género del realismo social en su país. Fue hermano de Samuel Lillo, otro escritor chileno, ganador del Premio Nacional de Literatura en 1947.Gracias a las experiencias acumuladas en las minas de carbón pudo escribir una de sus obras más famosas Subterra, que retrata la vida de los mineros de Lota, y en particular en la mina Chiflón del Diablo.
  • Baldomero Lillo (1867-1923) was a Chilean Naturalist author, whose works had social protest as their main theme.Lillo's father traveled to California to participate in the 1848 Gold Rush, but returned with no fortune. He did learn much about mining, and he moved to southern Chile, Lota, to work the coal mines. Baldomero Lillo grew up in these mining communities and worked the mines himself. He was exposed to the writings of the French author Émile Zola, who used the philosophy of Positivism and the literary current of Naturalism to try to change the terrible conditions of French coal miners. Lillo was able to observe similar conditions in the Chilean mines and set out to improve the conditions of the workers by dramatizing their plight. Lillo wrote many short stories (collected in two major books, Sub Sole and Sub Terra) which sparked the interest of social activists who were appalled by the conditions in the mines. The story that follows is typical of his efforts.In "The Devil's Tunnel" the miners are seemingly trapped by their destiny to live out their squalid and exploited lives, which are dominated by the need for raw materials and the machinery of the Europeans. At the story's end there is a strong contrast between the clean, pure and benevolent sky, and the underground monster that devours the humans who dare to penetrate its dark lair.
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  • Baldomero Lillo Figueroa (né à Lota, région du Biobío, le 6 janvier 1867 et mort le 10 septembre 1923 à San Bernardo) était un conteur chilien, considéré comme le maître du réalisme social dans son pays. Il était le frère de Samuel Lillo, écrivain chilien, Prix national de Littérature en 1947.
  • Baldomero Lillo Figueroa (Lota, 6 gennaio 1867 – San Bernardo, 10 settembre 1923) è stato uno scrittore cileno, considerato il maestro del realismo sociale nel suo paese.
  • Baldomero Lillo Figueroa (Lota, Chile, 6 de enero de 1867 - San Bernardo, Chile, 10 de septiembre de 1923) fue un cuentista chileno, considerado el maestro del género del realismo social en su país.
  • Baldomero Lillo (1867-1923) was a Chilean Naturalist author, whose works had social protest as their main theme.Lillo's father traveled to California to participate in the 1848 Gold Rush, but returned with no fortune. He did learn much about mining, and he moved to southern Chile, Lota, to work the coal mines. Baldomero Lillo grew up in these mining communities and worked the mines himself.
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