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  1. Selected Prose and Prose Poems (Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long Series in Latin American and Latino Art and Culture; Texas Pan American Literature in Translation ... Anderson) (English and Spanish Edition) by Gabriela Mistral, 2004-09-01
  2. People From Coquimbo Region: People From Coquimbo, People From La Serena, Gabriela Mistral, Gabriel González Videla, Carlos Sotomayor
  3. LA Critica Literaria En LA Obra De Gabriela Mistral (Coleccion Polymita) (Spanish Edition) by Onilda A. Jimenez, 1983-03
  4. De la Vida y la Obra de Gabriela Mistral by Gastón Figueira, 1959-01-01
  5. Producción de Gabriela Mistral de 1912 a 1918 by Raúl Silva Castro, 1957-01-01
  6. Antología de Gabriela Mistral by Gabriela Mistral, 1957-01-01
  7. Anales de la Universidad de Chile - Homenaje a Gabriela Mistral by No Registra, 1957-01-01
  8. Gabriela Mistral (Los Poetas) (Spanish Edition) by Jaime Concha, 1987
  9. Una Palabra Complice " Encuentro con Gabriela Mistral " by VVAA, 1990-01-01
  10. Estudios Sobre Gabriela Mistral by Raúl Silva Castro, 1935-01-01
  11. Invitación a Gabriela Mistral (1889-1989);* presentación y selección de Gladys Rodríguez Valdés. by Gabriela] Mistral, 1990
  12. Gabriela Mistral: "Temblor de alma en temblor de carne" by Margaret Rudd, 1967-01-01
  13. Gabriela Mistral: An Artist and Her People (Coleccion Interamer) by Elizabeth Horan, 1995-01
  14. Gabriela Mistral. Escritos Políticos by Jaime Quezada, 1994-01-01

21. Gabriela Mistral Winner Of The 1945 Nobel Prize In Literature
gabriela mistral, a Nobel Prize Laureate in Literature, at the Nobel Prize Internet Archive.
1945 Nobel Laureate in Literature
    for her lyric poetry which, inspired by powerful emotions, has made her name a symbol of the idealistic aspirations of the entire Latin American world.

    Residence: Chile
    Real Name: Lucila Godoy Alcayaga
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22. Gabriela Mistral
Originally known as Lucila Godoy y Alcayaga, gabriela mistral may not be one of the most wellknown Latin-American poets of the twentieth century,
Gabriela Mistral
"En la tierra seremos reinas,
reinos, llegaremeos todas al mar." TALA
  • Chilean poet and educator Passionate and mature sense of style Recipient of Nobel Prize: 1945
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Her Life
Her Work Tala ... Courtney's Home Her Life TOP OF THE PAGE Originally known as Lucila Godoy y Alcayaga, Gabriela Mistral may not be one of the most well-known Latin-American poets of the twentieth century, but her passionate poetry and distinctive voice gained her the honor of becoming the first Latin American woman to win the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1945.
A member of the cultural committee of the League of Nations and Chilean consul to Madrid, Lisbon, Nice, and Naples, Mistral combined her educational ministry with her poetic talent to influence those she visited. In 1922 she was able to further her influence in Mexico, where upon the invitation of Jose Vasconcelos, she helped enhance the Mexican government’s attempts at educational reform.
Education and reform were constant focuses of Mistral throughout her life, and it is quite possible that through her travels and exposure as an educator, her poetry became well known and valued by those with whom she came in contact. Having lived through two world wars, Gabriela Mistral’s poetry occasionally slipped through the cracks of the cultural realm while the rest of the world paid more attention to political issues and literary works. This fact may have influenced the long-term popularity of Mistral’s work, but her poetry remains full of emotion and sentiment, portraying her thoughts about suffering, love, and nostalgia in a distinct and passionately intimate manner.

23. Gabriela Mistral
Translate this page Selección de poesías, prosas diversas y cartas, acompañadas de la bibliografía completa de la autora, numerosos estudios sobre su obra y una galería

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24. Gabriela Mistral
Small selection of poems by Chilean Nobel laureate gabriela mistral in English translation.
Gabriela Mistral(1922): Poems
Gabriela Mistral, a Nobel laureate, is one of Chile's most distinguished writers. After an early love affair, tragically ended by the untimely death of her lover, she lived a life of self-described desolation, yearning for, but never experiencing motherhood. She turned her personal tragedy into beautiful poetry which offers intellectual and spiritual love, compassion, and courageous nurturance to others, especially children or others in need of protection. What contrast is the poet drawing between the "deserted" world and her own state? Why is she "not alone?"
I Am Not Alone
The night, it is deserted
from the mountains to the sea.
But I, the one who rocks you,
I am not alone! The sky, it is deserted
for the moon falls to the sea.
But I, the one who holds you,
I am not alone ! The world, it is deserted.
All flesh is sad you see.
But I, the one who hugs you,
I am not alone!
Gabriela Mistral: Tiny Feet (1922)
How does the poet make the child's tiny feet express its suffering? A child's tiny feet

25. Gabriela Mistral Biography
gabriela mistral was the pseudonym of Lucila de María del Perpetuo Socorro Godoy Alcayaga (April 7, 1889 January 10, 1957), Chilean poet, educator,
Biography Base Home Link To Us Search Biographies: Browse Biographies A B C D ... Z Gabriela Mistral Biography Gabriela Mistral was the pseudonym of Lucila de María del Perpetuo Socorro Godoy Alcayaga (April 7, 1889 - January 10, 1957), Chilean poet, educator, diplomat and feminist, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1945. The central themes in her poems are love, a mothers love, painful personal memories and sorrow and recovery.
Gabriela Mistral was born in Vicuña, where she attended primary and secondary school. Her father Juan Gerónimo Godoy Villanueva abandoned the family when she was 3. By the age of sixteen, she started to support herself and her mother by working as a teachers aide. Her mother, Petronila Alcayaga, died in 1929. Gabriela dedicated the first section of the book Tala (Tree Fall) to her.
In 1904 she published some early poems, such as Ensoñaciones, Carta Íntima (Intimate Letter) and Junto al Mar, in the local newspaper El Coquimbo de La Serena, using various pseudonyms.
In 1906, while working as a teacher, she met Romeo Ureta, a railway worker, who would become the great love of her life. He killed himself in 1909. His death left profound marks on her works.

26. Gabriela Mistral – Biography
gabriela mistral (18891957), pseudonym for Lucila Godoy y Alcayaga, was born in Vicuña, Chile. The daughter of a dilettante poet, she began to write poetry
Gabriela Mistral – Biography
The love poems in memory of the dead, Sonetos de la muerte (1914), made her known throughout Latin America, but her first great collection of poems, Desolación [Despair], was not published until 1922. In 1924 appeared Ternura [Tenderness], a volume of poetry dominated by the theme of childhood; the same theme, linked with that of maternity, plays a significant role in Tala, poems published in 1938. Her complete poetry was published in 1958.
This autobiography/biography was written at the time of the award and later published in the book series Les Prix Nobel/Nobel Lectures . The information is sometimes updated with an addendum submitted by the Laureate. To cite this document, always state the source as shown above. Good Links Interesting Links document.write('');

27. Mistral Web Concordance
gabriela mistral Oh Creador, bajo tu luz cantamos, porque otra vez nos vuelves la esperanza! ¡Como los surcos de la tierra alzamos
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28. Chilean Poet Gabriela Mistral: First South American Writer To Win The Nobel Priz
Short biography of Lucila Godoy de Alcayaga (aka gabriela mistral), Chilean teacher, diplomat, and gifted poet.
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Short biography of Lucila Godoy de Alcayaga (aka Gabriela Mistral), Chilean teacher, diplomat, and gifted poet.
Gabriela Mistral is the pseudonym of Lucila Godoy de Alcayaga. She was a Chilean poet, teacher, educator, diplomat, cultural minister, and the first Latin American to win the 1945 Nobel Prize in Literature. Her reputation as a poet was established when she won the Chilean prize for Sonetos de la Muerte Sonnets of Death, 1914), love poems in memory of the dead.
Early Years
Mistral's Writing Influence. Career as Educator and Writer

29. University Libraries Of Notre Dame
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30. Gabriela Mistral - Decálogo Del Artista
Poet gabriela mistral Poem, Decálogo del Artista. gabriela mistral Translated by Doris Dana. CasaPoema Highly Recommends These Books By gabriela mistral
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Gabriela Mistral Decalogue of the Artist
I. You shall love beauty, which is the shadow of God
over the Universe.
II.There is no godless art. Although you love not the
Creator, you shall bear witness to Him creating His likeness.
III.You shall create beauty not to excite the senses
but to give sustenance to the soul.
IV. You shall never use beauty as a pretext for luxury
and vanity but as a spiritual devotion. V. You shall not seek beauty at carnival or fair or offer your work there, for beauty is virginal and is not to be found at carnival or fair. VI. Beauty shall rise from your heart in song, and you shall be the first to be purified. VII.The beauty you create shall be known as compassion and shall console the hearts of men. VIII.You shall bring forth your work as a mother brings forth her child: out of the blood of your heart.

31. Gabriela Mistral : Poems And Biography
gabriela mistral is one of the great Chilean poets of the 20th century. She started writing poetry as a young schoolteacher when a romance ended tragically
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Gabriela Mistral is one of the great Chilean poets of the 20th century. She started writing poetry as a young schoolteacher when a romance ended tragically with the young man's suicide. She continued to teach and write until her poetry gained national and international attention.
Her poetry often explores themes of childhood, love, and loss. But, as you can see in several of these poems, her work often reaches inward to a deep sense of inner awakening. Poems by Gabriela Mistral I Am Not Alone Song of Death The Rose Those Who Do Not Dance Recommended Books Selected Poems of Gabriela Mistral , Translated by Ursula K. LeGuin Women in Praise of the Sacred: 43 Centuries of Spiritual Poetry by Women , Edited by Jane Hirshfield

32. Gabriela Mistral Latin American School » LEARN SPANISH IN EDMONTON
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33. Memoria Chilena - Gabriela Mistral (1889-1957) - Presentación
Translate this page Biografía, cronología, estudios sobre su obra, galería fotográfica y grabaciones de poemas recitados por la misma autora.

34. Glbtq >> Literature >> Mistral, Gabriela
Chilean educator, journalist, feminist, diplomat, and Nobel laureate gabriela mistral celebrated women and motherhood in poems and essays that are
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Mistral, Gabriela (1889-1957) homoerotic As a young woman, she published Sonnets on Death Sonetos de la muerte ), which won first prize in the Santiago literary contest Juegos Florales Sponsor Message.
Her career in education, along with her essays on female friendship published in provincial newspapers, soon led to her involvement with the a state-sponsored school for girls. In 1917, fifty-five of her prose poems, parables, and didactic verses appeared in a series of school texts that were distributed throughout Chile and Latin America. Mistral became a spokeswoman for female education and artistic expression, and eventually developed a populist image as the "saintly schoolteacher" of Latin America. Desolation [1922]) won Mistral international acclaim. Before leaving Mexico under a cloud of controversy (caused by the naming of a rural school after her), Mistral also published Readings for Women Lecturas para mujeres [1923]), a text in prose and verse that celebrates motherhood, childhood education, and nationalism.

35. Prose-Poetry Of Gabriel Mistral | Music Of A Life | Andreï Makine | The Holy Lo
Excuse me back to the works of gabriela mistral. This volume includes fables, elegies, biographies, and essays. Her prosepoems are something else again,
Selected Prose and
Prose-Poems of
Gabriela Mistral
Stephen Tapscott,
Editor and Translator
(University of Texas) She was born in Chile in 1889 as Lucila Godoy Alcayaga. She published her first poems, "Sonnets of Death," when she was twenty-two years old. Shortly after she met the young Pablo Neruda. She was invited by the revolutionaries of Mexico to serve as consultant for their program of educational reform, 1922 - 1925 - and became a delegate to the League of Nations. In 1945, she won the Nobel Prize in literature. Meanwhile, she had been named consul to France, Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Guatemala. Excuse me: back to the works of Gabriela Mistral. This volume includes fables, elegies, biographies, and essays. Her prose-poems are something else again, reminding one at times of "The Song of Songs," and at others, sounding like a mix of Platero y Yo After many years, when I am a little mound of silent dust, play with me, with the clay of my heart and of my bones. If a bricklayer picks me up, he will put me in a brick; I'd stay forever fixed in a wall, and I despise quiet corners. If they make me a brick in a prison, I will blush with shame to hear a man sobbing. If I am a brick in a school, I will suffer too, because I won't be able to sing with you in the dawns. I would rather be the dust you play with in the paths of the countryside. Walk on me: I have been yours. Destroy me, for I made you. Step on me, because I did not give you all truth and all beauty. Or, simply, sing and run above me, and I'll kiss the souls of your beloved feet...

36. BiblioVault - Gabriela Mistral: The Audacious Traveler
gabriela mistral is the only Latin American woman writer to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Even so, her extraordinary achievements in poetry,

37. Poet: Gabriela Mistral - All Poems Of Gabriela Mistral
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She had been using the pen name Gabriela Mistral since 1909 for many of her writing. After winning the Juegos Florales she rarely used her given name of Gabriela Mistral - Biography Gabriela Mistral Gabriela Mistral (1889-1957), pseudonym for Lucila Godoy y Alcayaga, was born in Vicuña, Chile. The daughter of a dilettante poet,

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mistral, gabriela (gäbr lä m sträl ) key, 1889–1957, Chilean poet whose original name was Lucila Godoy Alcayaga. She was a teacher in and director of
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    Mistral, Gabriela key Vasconcelos . Subsequently, she served as Chilean consul in various European and Latin American cities and represented her country at the League of Nations and the United Nations. The mystery of childbearing, the sorrow of a tragic love, and a burning desire for justice are recurrent themes of her fluent and lyric verse. The early Sonetos de la muerte sonnets of death ] (1915) is considered one of her finest achievements.

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Mistral, Gabriela Madwomen The "Locas mujeres" Poems of Gabriela Mistral, a Bilingual Edition . Edited and Translated by Randall Couch. 160 p. 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 2008 Cloth $25.00spec ISBN: 978-0-226-53190-8 (ISBN-10: 0-226-53190-2) Spring 2008
Locas mujeres in extremis
TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgments
From Lagar Winepress
La otra
The Other La abandonada The Abandoned Woman La ansiosa The Anxious Woman La bailarina The Ballerina La desasida The Woman Unburdened La desvelada The Sleepless Woman La dichosa The Happy Woman La ferverosa The Fervent Woman La fugitiva The Fugitive Woman La granjera The Farm Woman La humillada The Humbled Woman La que camina She Who Walks Martha and Mary Una mujer A Woman Mujer de prisionero Una piadosa A Pious Woman From Lagar II Antigone La cabelluda The Shaggy Woman La contadora The Storyteller Electra en la niebla Electra in the Mist Madre bisoja Cross-Eyed Mother La que aguarda She Who Waits Dos trascordados Two Forgotten Ones La trocada The Changed Woman Uncollected Clitemnestra Clytemnestra Casandra Cassandra Texts and Sources Notes Selected Bibliography Index of First Lines Subjects:

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