Emmanuelle Frix

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Emmanuelle Frix (inglisk spoken Emmanuelle Frish) was a latinian writer. She was born 1864 in Topahappan in the Calle Progresso (Barrio Universidad) and died 1921 in Cordoba. Her father was of zylandian orign.

As he was 14, her proud father gives her first poems to the newspaper "Topahappan Mendajero" and there they are printed and get a positive echo. The next poems her father send to the newspaper Hoy and she gets some attentiveness in the whole country. The first publishers ask for more poems, to make a book and her father managed her as the "child of wonder", because she was only 15 as her first book appears, named "Los Sentimentos" (the feelings) with 48 poems.

Now in the focus of the literary nation she was anxious to hold her standard. So she hesitate with her second work three years. This second book of poemes ("Balades" - ballads) from 1882 contains 26 longer poems with dramatic plots - best known fom them til today is "Ernesto", the story of a dog between two men and the question of loyalty. This poem is teached obligatory in latinian shools.

In this time she lives in the house of her parents and want to get teacher. Her publisher persuades her to write more of this succesful ballads but she has no meaning, to do again, what was done. Therefore she start to write shorter stories. With chirurgic look she go in the underground of the souls of her persons and so she bring 12 very bad stories about disgraced man or woman with the harmless title "El Sombrero" (the hat). That a young woman writes such stories was new and she provoke a lot of attention. After this book she was able to live from her author's rights and give up to become teacher. Short after this time she buy the house in Topahappan-Conejos in 26, Calle Gipoux (now Calle Emmanuelle Frix), where she lived til her death. [1]

1887 was published her first thick book, the long story "Llegamos todos al tiempo salvo tú" (we all are punctual without you). Here she describes a circle of three men and three women and the fluctiations of love between them, ending with the suicide of one of the female protagonists. This story was a success nationwide and made Emmanuelle Frix well known in other countries. 1931 was made the "film to the book" with Maria Dechova in the main female role.

The following book "Dos y dos es igual" (two and two are the same) from 1891 has its plot from the homosexuell, bisexuell and heterosexuall sight of love. Many booksellers do not have this book in the offer because this clear sexuell componente. In the newspaper "Hoy" are a broad discussion about the freedom of writing. So the book was well known - and sells good.

Sucess makes passionatly. 1894 the continuation of "Dos y dos es igual", namned "¿Que differencia hay?" (what make the difference?), has set more (and too many?) steps behind frontiers of usual writing and other newspapers as "Hoy" speak from pornography. The case go to court and 27 pages of the story fall under a verdict. Thereafter she takes a more famous lawyer in Latina (Cidudad), the politican Wakahahuppon (standing bear). He formerly was a leading chief of the indegene tribes. In the second round before the court the story was given free. In the office of her lawyer she meets Ernesto Hetasigo, also an man with indigen roots.

Here starts at the one hand a romantic love story and at the other hand her enthusiasm for the indigene culture. In the next 20 years she wrote many books with indigene people as the protagonists - maybe in historic ages or in modern times. Meanwhile as star at the literaric heaven of Latina she could say free, what was done to the first men in this land. Therefore she acted on two styles - the dramatic story and the historic background. With her lover Ernesto Hitasigo at her side and the connexions to Wakahahuppon she was able, to get inside informations of the indigene roots.

1919 she write a nearly scientific interpretation about the indigene historic poeme Hitatafaka, friendly taken up by historicans and linguists. That was her last book. Emmanuelle Frix 1921 died suddenly at a streetcar-accident at a visit in Cordoba.

Emmanuelle Frix was never married and had no children, but are living since 1894 long years til her death together with Ernesto Hetasigo (red wolf), a married man of indigen orign, who was later a well known lawyer in Topahappan in a "liaision a trois" with his wife. As she would, her ash is thrown in the Lake of Topahappan at a secret place from her friends. Her house in Topahappan now is a small museum.