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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 ...
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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