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All of it seasoned with strange metaphors and linguistic games full of charm, freshness and simplicity, which give her poems a great musicality and cadence near the oral language. Remember me on this computer.

Preview this item Preview this item. Un globo, dos globos, tres globos Las tres reinas magas El hada acaramelada. She left her fortune to a Catholic orphanage.

Privacy Policy Terms and Conditions. With the centenary of her birth inthe recognition of her role in Spanish poetry as a whole during the 20th century has increased greatly. Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Alongside her dedication to children’s literature in magazines, plays and poems, she, along with Maria Dolores and Adelaida Lasantas, founded in the group “Verses in Skirts” that organized concerts and poetry readings by bars and locals cafes, collaborated in adult magazines such as Directions, Spanish Poetry and Straw Bird, and created and directed the poetry magazine between Archer, along with Antonio Gala, Julio Mariscal and Rafael Mir.


The friendly and fresh orality in her work, set her far from the accepted poetic pattern, according to Sharon Keefe Ugalde, from the University of Texas.

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Some features of WorldCat will not be available. Home About Help Search. Apart from fighting for gender equality, Fuertes was also an activist for environmental causes and a pacifist that publicly opposed the wars in Vietnam and Cambodia, as she opposed the Spanish Civil War in You may have already requested this item.

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The Civil War left a deep impression on her. She was born and died in Madrid, Spain. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online. Indefatigable heavy smoker, she died of lung cancer on November 27, and was buried in the South Cemetery Madrid.

Here, the mothers who are also wise queens as the fathers went to fight in the war, must follow the star and bring the gifts to camwllo newborn Jesus.

El Mundo in Spanish. Your rating has been recorded. Poet, short story writer, playwright, children book writer. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. They achieved great popularity among young readers. She also called into question traditional female roles during the Spanish dictatorship under General Franco, and presented instead a new model of woman. Receiving five times the Aro de Plata for this information medium.


There has been speculation about her homosexuality, which subtly appear declared cojiho poems like “What Irritates Me”, “I am open to all,” “Jenny,” etc. Retrieved 16 May Reviews User-contributed reviews Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers.

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Fuertes reclaimed the right of women, starting with the right to read, write, work or being a poet in a historical moment when they were confined to the domestic sphere. Advanced Search Find cojiho Library. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: Please enter recipient e-mail address es.

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El camello cojito / The lame camel

Her mother was a seamstress and maid; her father, a beadle. The name field is required. Although she always defined herself as “self-taught and poetically deschooling” her name has been cojitl to two literary movements: You may send this item to up to five recipients. Retrieved from ” https: Don’t have an account? Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you. Citations are based on reference standards.