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Cortázar spent most of his childhood in Banfield, a suburb south of Buenos Aires, with his mother and younger sister.The home in Banfield, with its back yard, was a source of inspiration for some of his stories. de Solá on December 4, 1963, he described this period of his life as "full of servitude, excessive touchiness, terrible and frequent sadness." He was a sickly child and spent much of his childhood in bed reading.
In the magazine Plural (issue 44, Mexico City, May 1975) he wrote: "I spent my childhood in a haze full of goblins and elves, with a sense of space and time that was different from everybody else's." Cortázar obtained a qualification as an elementary school teacher at the age of 18.He would later pursue higher education in philosophy and languages at the University of Buenos Aires, but left for financial reasons without receiving a degree.According to biographer Montes-Bradley, Cortázar taught in at least two high schools in Buenos Aires Province, one in the city of Chivilcoy, the other in Bolivar.In 1938, using the pseudonym of Julio Denis, he self-published a volume of sonnets, Presencia, which he later repudiated, saying in a 1977 interview for Spanish television that publishing it was his only transgression to the principle of not publishing any books until he was convinced that what was written in them was what he meant to say.In 1944 he became professor of French literature at the National University of Cuyo in Mendoza, but he resigned the position in June 1946 due to political pressure from Peronists.; August 26, 1914 – February 12, 1984), was an Argentine novelist, short story writer, and essayist.
Known as one of the founders of the Latin American Boom, Cortázar influenced an entire generation of Spanish-speaking readers and writers in the Americas and Europe.He has been called both a "modern master of the short story" and, by Carlos Fuentes, "the Simón Bolívar of the novel." a municipality of Brussels, Belgium.According to biographer Miguel Herráez, his parents, Julio José Cortázar and María Herminia Descotte, were Argentine citizens, and his father was attached to the Argentine diplomatic service in Belgium.At the time of Cortázar's birth Belgium was occupied by the German troops of Kaiser Wilhelm II.After the irruption of German troops in Belgium, Cortázar and his family moved to Zürich where María Herminia's parents, Victoria Gabel and Louis Descotte (a French National), were waiting in neutral territory.The family group spent the next two years in Switzerland, first in Zürich, then in Geneva, before moving for a short period to Barcelona.