Delmira Agustini born in Montevideo, Uruguay, in 1886. At a young age she began to compose and publish poems in literary journals such as "La Alborada," where she wrote a society column under the modernista pen name "Joujou." Soon she attracted the attention of Latin America's preeminent intellectuals who, however, remarked her beauty and youth over her poetry. This mechanism of textualization, that is, the conversion of the female writer into a literary object, haunted Agustini throughout her career and continued even after her tragic death.
In 1907, Delmira Agustini published her first book of poems, El libro blanco (Frágil), which ... more »
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- Nocturno (Nocturne )
- Intima (Intimate)
- Tu Boca (Your Mouth)
- El Nudo (The Knot )
- Debout Sur Mon Orgueil Je Veux Montrer A...
- Mi Musa Triste
- El Poeta Leva el Ancla
- Inextinguibles (Immutable)
- El Poeta Y La Ilusion (The Poet and the ...
- Explosión (Explosion)
- Al Claro De Luna (In The Light Of The Mo...
- I Live, I Die, I Burn, I Drown
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