Ocre: poesías. Front Cover. Alfonsina Storni. Editorial Babel, – Argentine poetry – pages Bibliographic information. QR code for Ocre. Title, Ocre Volume 4 of Ses Obras completas · Volume 4 of Works, Alfonsina Storni. Edition, 7. Publisher, Ediciones Meridion, Original from, University of. Alfonsina Storni Biography – Alfonsina Storni was born in Capriasca, Her fifth collection Ocre (“Okra,” ) and Poemas de Amor (“Love Poems,” ).

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AmazonGlobal Ship Orders Internationally. Women in World History: She gave birth to a son, Alejandro, on April 21,and, in addition to her office work, contributed items to the magazine Caras y Caretas Faces and Masks.

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Storni was born into a middle-class family on May 29, in Sala CapriascaSwitzerland.

Storni herself recognized the change in focus of her poetry in a interview reported by Kirkpatrick. Learn more about Amazon Prime.

I shall sleep now, my nurse; help me to bed. It was also in Rosario that she had an affair, an “outlaw” love she later called it, and became pregnant. Home Women Encyclopedias almanacs transcripts and maps Storni, Alfonsina — White Pine Press, To tide the family over, Paulina, certified as a teacher, opened a private school in her home.

Teeth of flowers, cap of dew hands of grass, you, kind nurse, have ready for me sheets of earth and the eiderdown of fresh moss. Although her portrayal of men was ironic and critical, Storni felt a strong need for heterosexual love, and she was able to express the tension and passion of alfobsina ambivalent feelings in poetry both simple and deeply sensual, expressing an original note in erotic poetry in a sensitive manner.

We welcome suggested improvements to any of our articles. Poetry was set kcre by Storni inand she turned her attention to playwriting.

Storni, Alfonsina (1892–1938)

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Retrieved December 31, from Encyclopedia. Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list. On the advice of a doctor, the family traveled to Switzerland—homeland of the Storni clan—in the hopes that ocrw would find a renewed purpose in life.


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Both Phillips and Kirkpatrick agree that her early poems were dictated by the expectations of the market and Storni’s need for money. While the play was originally titled Dos mujeres Two Women “to reflect the competing courses and ideologies available to its heroines,” writes Francine Masiellothe producers altered both qlfonsina and text to remove the possibility of differences of opinion among women and stressed their identity within the context of masculine power.

Of the collection entitled Irrediablemente Irremediablypublished inshe said that it was as bad as Inquietud del rosal. Her reputation and prestige were high, and she had a loyal following. There followed a period of withdrawal from her friends and a renewed focus on her work, sharpened by worries that the cancer might recur.

Storni’s early poetry received criticism for being immature, although these works are among her most well known and regarded.

Storni also confessed to friends her fears that her cancer had recurred and that she wanted no further surgery.

The critics were uniformly srorni, however. Storni, Alfonsina — Argentine writer and social activist who was one of her nation’s most celebrated poets. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources.