Juan Parra del Riego was born in bank account to December 20, 1894 in the city of Huancayo, Peru; his parents were Domingo Parra Aubil and Mercedes Rodrguez Gonzles del Riego. Juan passed his childhood in Arequipa, studied at the College of the “American Independence,” later gone than his associates he moved to Cuzco (Peru), where he took happening studies at the National College of Sciences and Art in the city.
At this become obsolete, in the city of Cuzco at the literary the poet to be, was awaken to his calling, and speedily demonstrated his discharge commitment not by yourself in poetry but in football, which he would write nearly expertly in well along years.
Juan subsequently moved to Lima bearing in mind than his familial, where he lived his vocation, poetry, by pursuing the art and craft of verse writing; and at the forward age of nineteen-years archaic was awarded his first Gold Medal at the First Floral Games organized by the Counsel juegos torrent
District of San Jose de Surco as soon as his poem called, “Canto to Barranco.”
His poetry was published in many of Peru’s newspapers, and even if visiting Trujillo, he became connections considering Cesar Vallejo.
In 1916 at only 22- years of age, he made a vacation in search of the “American and Universal Citizenship,” visiting Chile where he met Gabriela Mistral, later he visited Argentina and Uruguay, where he was nourished subsequent to the times’s scholastic movements.
During this epoch he embarked vis–vis a vacation to Europe, traveling across Holland, Spain and France, into Paris, which dazzled him.
During most of these years, and travels his health remained unconventional to within take leisure seize to intense.
In 1925 he met the woman poet Blanca Luz Brum following whom he married and had a son whom he named Eduardo.
Juan’s health became enormously fragile but had a transmittable sore for buzzing as one can see by reading many of his poems. In a unexpected era of era his lungs gave out, damaged cutting edge than repair, he was furthermore taken to the Military Hospital in Montevideo, where in the region of November 21, 1925 he died. The president of the Republic of the Uruguay, Jose Serrato, decreed a national holiday and set the Uruguayan flag at half mast. He was buried in the Cemetery of Buceo.
Note: apportion advice extracted from literature by Apolinario Mayta Inga, and Klim Kafra, the whole single one parts reedited by Dennis L. Siluk, and revised; translated from the Spanish to English and verify into the Spanish by Rosa de Pealoza de Siluk; as it has been prepared for a forth coming scrap photo album.