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Who is Alejandra Pizarnik?
Alejandra Pizarnik was an Argentine poet.
- also known as Писарник, Алехандра
- born on (79 years ago) in Avellaneda
- ethnicity: Jewish people
- nationality: Argentina
- education: Literature at University of Buenos Aires between and (3 years)
- died on (43 years ago) in Buenos Aires of suicide
- written works: "Diarios", "Poesia Completa De Alejandra Pizarnik", "Arbol de Diana", "Exchanging Lives", "La tierra mas ajena", "El deseo de la palabra", "Prosa poética", "Textos de sombra y últimos poemas", "La condesa sangrienta", "Zona prohibida", "Poemas, antología", "Correspondencia Pizarnik", "El infierno musical", "Poesía y prosas", "Semblanza", "Cenizas- Asche, Asche. ( Werkausgabe in 3 Bänden, 1)", "La última inocencia", "Extraccion de La Piedra de Locura", "Où l'avide environne"
- award: - Guggenheim Fellowship for Creative Arts, Latin America & Caribbean (Poetry)
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by David A. Gerstner
Buenos Aires is noted for its variegated bohemian culture, symbolized by Alejandra Pizarnik. The daughter of Jewish exiles, an institutionalized psychotic and a lesbian, Pizarnik penned dense accounts of the deepest corners of emotion and ...
by Donald Haase
Authors such as Margaret Atwood, Angela Carter, Robert Coover, Michael Ende, Alejandra Pizarnik, Salman Rushdie, Lusia Valenzuela, Tawada Yoko, and countless others have returned repeatedly to the folktale and fairy tale to engage ...
4 Volume Set by Bonnie G. Smith
Alejandra Pizarnik and Olga Orozco are well- known contemporary poets of great linguistic and philosophical originality.
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