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N. V. M. Gonzales (September 8, 1915-November 28, 1999), whose N.V.M. stands for Nestor Vicente Madali, was a fictionist, essayist, poet and teacher known for appropriating the English language to express, reflect and shape Philippine culture and Philippine sensibility. He became University of the Philippines' International Writer-in-Residence and a member of the Board of Advisers of the UP Creative Writing Center. Major works include The Winds of AprilSeven Hills AwayChildren of the Ash-Covered Loam and Other StoriesThe Bamboo DancersLook Stranger, on this Island NowMindoro and Beyond: Twenty-One StoriesThe Bread of Salt and Other StoriesWork on the MountainThe Novel of Justice: Selected Essays 1968-1944, and A Grammar of Dreams and Other Stories. He was declared National Artist in 1997. (Agung, March-June 2015)

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