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From to she studied library science and English at the International Institute. In the aftermath of her war experience, Gloria Fuertes’s work is characterized by irony dealing with universal issues such as love, pain, death and loneliness. Write a review Rate this item: Similar Items Related Subjects: They achieved great popularity among young readers. The E-mail message field is required. Please enter your name.
Cancel Forgot your password? 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 Remember me on this computer.
However, she also declared that her family did not support her in the slightest and that her mother would reprimand her if she saw her with a book.
You ckjito recently rated this item. The anti-war and protest against the absurdity of civilization are present in her poetry categorically. Home About Help Search.
Her mother was a seamstress and maid; her father, a beadle. Receiving five times the Aro de Plata for this information medium.
Details Additional Physical Format: Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item She left her fortune to a Catholic orphanage. In her work, she defended equality between men and women, pacifism and the fight for the environment.
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With the centenary of her birth inthe recognition of her role in Spanish poetry as a whole during the 20th century has increased greatly.
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El Mundo in Spanish. Archived from the original on 23 October Although she always defined herself as “self-taught and poetically deschooling” her name has been linked to two literary movements: Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.
As she said, “without e tragedy of war I might never had written poetry. Between and she began working in children’s magazines, Pelayos, Chicos, Chicas, Chiquitito, y children’s books e, y Pelayos” Maravillas and the newspaper Arriba, which published the comic strip “Pigtails and Pelines” a nine-year-old girl and a six-year-old boy respectively. Your rating has been recorded. Retrieved from ” https: There has been speculation about her homosexuality, which subtly appear declared in poems like “What Irritates Me”, “I am open to all,” “Jenny,” etc.
Please enter the message. Her interest in writing started at the early age of five, when she started writing and illustrating stories. Un globo, dos globos, tres globos Las tres reinas magas El ek acaramelada. She was born and died in Madrid, Spain. WorldCat is the world’s largest library catalog, helping you find library materials online.