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Grito de auxilio. Correspondencia entre Alfonso Reyes y Juana de Ibarbourou

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El presente volumen reúne la correspondencia que mantuvieran Juana de Ibarbourou y Alfonso Reyes desde 1928 hasta el año de muerte del escritor regiomontano. La compilación pertenece a un grupo de publicaciones de El Colegio Nacional, en las que ha sido reunida la correspondencia de Reyes, agrupada por destinatarios. Han aparecido compilaciones de la correspondencia de ...more
Paperback, First, 115 pages
Published September 2001 by El Colegio Nacional
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Esta recopilación vale por el diálogo intenso -a veces dramático- que Reyes sostiene con Juana de Ibarbourou "la primera mujer uruguaya que tuvo la distinción de ser enterrada con honores de Ministro de Estado y ser velada durante el funeral en el Salón de los Pasos Perdidos del Palacio Legislativo de Uruguay".
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Juana de Ibarbourou, also known as Juana de América, (18921979) was a Uruguayan poet of Galician background. She was one of the most popular poets of Spanish America. Her poetry, the earlier of which is often highly erotic, is notable for her identification of her feelings with the nature around her. ...more

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