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In she started working as an accountant and secretary, jobs that for a long time she combined with writing stories for children, theatre plays and, increasingly, poetry.
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Between and she began working in children’s magazines, Pelayos, Csmello, Chicas, Chiquitito, y children’s books “Flechas y Pelayos” Maravillas and the newspaper Arriba, which published the comic strip “Pigtails and Pelines” a nine-year-old cojiro and a six-year-old boy respectively.
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All of it seasoned with strange metaphors and linguistic games full of charm, freshness and simplicity, which give her poems a great musicality and cadence near the oral language. Alongside her dedication to xojito literature in magazines, plays and poems, she, along with Maria Dolores and Adelaida Lasantas, founded in the group “Verses in Skirts” that organized concerts and poetry readings by bars and locals cafes, collaborated in adult magazines such as Directions, Spanish Poetry and Straw Bird, and created and directed the poetry magazine between Archer, along with Antonio Gala, Julio Mariscal and Rafael Mir.
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Gloria Fuertes was born in a modest family in Madrid in As she said, “without the tragedy of war I might never had written poetry. Archived from the original on 23 October However, she also declared that her family did not support her in the slightest and that her mother would reprimand her if she saw her with a book.
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Subjects Children’s stories, E. Your request to send this item has been completed. Although she always defined herself as “self-taught and poetically deschooling” her name has been linked to two literary movements: Advanced Search Find a Library. In her work, she defended equality between men and women, pacifism and the fight for the environment.
One of her most known works to this regard is Three Wise Queens: Melchora, Gaspara y Baltasara, published in and by now a children’s literature classic in Spain. Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items. She also called into question traditional female roles during the Spanish dictatorship under General Franco, and presented instead a new model of woman. Details Additional Physical Format: From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Fiction, Juvenile audience Document Type: Her mother was a seamstress and maid; her father, a beadle. Here, the mothers who are also wise queens as the fathers went to fight in the war, must follow the star and bring the gifts to the newborn Jesus.
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