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José Donoso (1925–1996)

José Donoso was born on September 25, 1925 in Santiago, Chile. He was a writer, known for Hell Without Limits (1978), Coronación (2000) and Cachimba (2004). He was married to María Pilar Donoso. He died on December 7, 1996 in Santiago. See full bio »


(age 71) in Santiago, Chile

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Known For

Hell Without Limits
Coronación Writer
Cachimba Writer
La Luna en el Espejo


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 2004 Cachimba (book)
 2000 Coronación (novel)
 1978 Hell Without Limits (novel) / (screenplay)
 1976 Coronación
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 1996 Poetry, Passion, the Postman: The Poetic Return of Pablo Neruda (TV Movie documentary)
Himself - Chilean Author
 1965 Las dos Elenas
 1965 Un alma pura

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(1989 to 1990 season) His novel, "The Obscene Bird of Night," was performed at the Trinity Repertory Company Theatre in Providence, Rhode Island with Andrew Weems, Theresa McCarthy, Linda Manning, Stephen Berenson, Janice Duclos, Barbara Meek, Mark Anthony Wade, David C. Jones, Brooke Brennan, Dee Pelletier, Megan Spooner, ... See more »

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