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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Knowing that she was incurably ill, Storni committed suicide in Solitude and marginality began to affect her health, and worsening emotional problems forced her to leave her job as teacher. The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica. Get to Know Us. Then, copy and paste the text into your bibliography or works cited list. This article’s lead section does not adequately summarize key points of its contents. English Choose a language for shopping.
A few of her poems were revealing as to her inner turmoil, however. Learn More in these related Britannica articles: Please note that our editors may make some formatting changes or correct spelling or grammatical errors, and may also contact you if any clarifications are needed. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Argentine citizenship was granted to her inand she continued a teaching career in public and private schools; inshe was named professor at the Escuela Normal de Lenguas Vivas Normal School of Living Languages.
Infollowing the advice of a doctor, he returned with his wife to Switzerland, where Alfonsina was born the following year; she lived there until she was four years old. While her poetry spoke of love and nature and the shortcomings of men in affairs of the heart, her journalism addressed the critical issues of women’s suffrage and civil rights. Storni was born into a middle-class family on May 29, in Sala CapriascaSwitzerland.
To tide the family over, Paulina, certified as a teacher, opened a private school in her home. InStorni returned to live with her mother, who had remarried and was living in Bustinza.
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In she bore a child out of wedlock and in was driven to seek anonymity in Buenos Aires.
Storni, Alfonsina (1892–1938)
alfonsiha Four years later, inthe family returned to the Province of San Juan, located in the western part of Argentina, cradled by the Andes.
Most of the problems, and much of the…. Leave me now; hear the buds bursting In spite of economic difficulties, she published La inquietud del rosal inand later started writing for the magazine Caras y Caretas while working as a cashier in a shop.
Later that morning two workers found her body washed up on the beach. In one article on women’s fashions, noted Kirkpatrick, she decried the excesses and “pathetic and ludicrous lengths to which women will go to serve this master.
There was a problem with your submission. It was with the publication of Ocre Ochre in that the two Alfonsinas began to move toward one another. 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 these ambivalent feelings in poetry both simple and deeply sensual, expressing an original note in erotic poetry in a sensitive manner.
Alfonsina Storni Biography
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After a nearly eight-year absence from writing, she returned with two books, Mundo De Siete Pozos and Mascarill Y Trebolthat now mark the height of her poetic maturity. It was also in Rosario that she had an affair, an “outlaw” love she later called it, and became pregnant. Poetry was set aside by Storni inand she turned her attention to playwriting.
Wayne State University Press, Write a customer review. That family business soon failed, however. She later entered into the Colegio de la Santa Union as a part-time student. The publication of Languidez followed the next year [ when? Death claimed her father inand Alfonsina, to help the family, took employment in a hat factory.
The stoorni were uniformly displeased, however. This fear was compounded by the suicide, a year earlier, of her dear friend and supporter, the Argentine writer Horacio Quiroga. Argentine writer and social activist who was one of her nation’s most celebrated poets.