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Childhood in the Works of Silvina Ocampo and Alejandra Pizarnik (Monografías A) ePub download

by Fiona J. Mackintosh

  • Author: Fiona J. Mackintosh
  • ISBN: 1855660954
  • ISBN13: 978-1855660953
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  • Language: English
  • Category: History & Criticism
  • Publisher: Tamesis Books; Bilingual edition (November 27, 2003)
  • Pages: 207
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Childhood in the Works of Silvina Ocampo and Alejandra Pizarnik (Monografías A) ePub download

FIONA MACKINTOSH lectures in Hispanic Studies at the University of Edinburgh.

Book Description: This volume explores the theme of childhood in the . Alejandra Pizarnik was a friend and admirer of Silvina Ocampo.

Book Description: This volume explores the theme of childhood in the cuentista and poet Silvina Ocampo (1903-1993) and the poet Alejandra Pizarnik (1936-1972). FIONA MACKINTOSH lectures in Hispanic Studies at the University of Edinburgh. eISBN: 978-1-84615-038-8.

Childhood in the Works of Silvina Ocampo and Alejandra Pizarnik, Woodbridge: tamesisalejandra Pizarnik's . Both poet and artist portray the doll as a passive and melancholy figure, an object that is often dismembered and otherwise stripped of agency.

Childhood in the Works of Silvina Ocampo and Alejandra Pizarnik, Woodbridge: tamesisalejandra Pizarnik's 'palais du vocabulaire': constructing the 'cuerpo poético. Mackintosh, Fiona J. (2003) Childhood in the Works of Silvina Ocampo and Alejandra Pizarnik, Woodbridge: tamesis. I examine the distinct implications of such a figure for a male surrealist photographer and a female post-surrealist writer.

by Fiona J. Mackintosh. Published 2000 by typescript in . Written in English. Alejandra Pizarnik (1936-1972), Silvina Ocampo. - University of Warwick, 2000.

Childhood in the Works of Silvina Ocampo and Alejandra Pizarnik. Tales eran sus rostros': Silvina Ocampo and Norah Borges. AbstractThis article explores the overlap in themes but divergence in aesthetic between the prose and poetry of Silvina Ocampo (1903–1993) and the art works of Norah Borges (1901–1998).

Born in Buenos Aires to Russian parents who had fled Europe and the Nazi Holocaust, Alejandra Pizarnik was destined for literary greatness as well as an early death. She died from an ostensibly self-administered overdose of barbiturates on 25 September 1972.

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Alejandra Pizarnik was born in Buenos Aires to Russian Jewish immigrant parents . In 1960, she moved to Paris, where she befriended writers such as Octavio Paz, Julio Cortázar, and Silvina Ocampo. Pizarnik’s work has been translated into English in the collections Alejandra Pizarnik: Selected Poems (translated by Cecilia Rossi, 2010) and Extracting the Stone of Madness (translated by Yvette Siegert, 2016). Poems by Alejandra Pizarnik. The Vanishing Act: On Duras, Pizarnik, Bachmann, and Müller.

Pizarnik was apolitical. Arbol de Alejandra: Pizarnik Reassessed," (monograph) by Karl Posso and Fiona J. Mackintosh, 2007. Her lyricism was influenced by Antonio Porchia, French y Arthur Rimbaud and Stéphane Mallarmé-, the spirit of romanticism and by the surrealists. She wrote poetic books of acute sensitivity and formal restfulness for insinuating imagery Pizarnik's poetry claims a clandestine and iconic dimension because the majority of her mature output coincides with the military regimes in Argentine.

This volume explores the theme of childhood in the cuentista and poet Silvina Ocampo (1903-1993) and the poet Alejandra Pizarnik (1936-1972). It draws revealing comparisons between these key Argentine writers through their shared obsession with childhood, arguing that an understanding of their attitudes to childhood is fundamental to an appreciation of their work. Close reading of various Ocampo texts, including some for children, allows an exploration of her vision of childhood through nostalgia, adult-child power relationships, ageing and rejuvenation, and moments of initiation or imitation. Pizarnik is considered in relation to the myth of the child-poet, and her child personae are analysed through Breton's Surrealism, Cocteau and Paz; through her borrowings from Carroll's Alice in Wonderland and Breton's Nadja; and through her obsession with madness, death, orphanhood, violation and transgression. In the final analysis, Ocampo's works achieve equilibrium between childhood and age, whereas Pizarnik's poetic crisis of exile from language parallels her deep sense of anxiety at being exiled from the world of childhood. FIONA MACKINTOSH lectures in Hispanic Studies at the University of Edinburgh. a href="5060sp.htm" target=_blank>Click here for a Spanish translation/A>
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