ALFONSINA STORNI (1892, Suiza – 1938, Argentina)

Bibliografía

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Kirkpatrick, Gwen. «The Journalism of Alfonsina Storni: A New Approach to Women’s History in Argentina». Seminar on Feminism and Culture in Latin America.  Women, Culture, and Politics in Latin America, University of California Press, 1990, Berkeley. ark.cdlib.org.

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Munk Benton, Gabriele von. «Recurring Themes in Alfonsina Storni’s Poetry». Hispana, vol. 33. no. 2, 1950, pp. 151-153. jstor.org/stable/333909.

Phillips, Rachel. Alfonsina Storni: From Poetess to Poet. Tamesis Books Ltd, 1975.

Pleitez, Tania. Alfonsina Storni: mi casa es el mar. Espasa, 2003.

Salgado, María A. «Alfonsina Storni in Her Self-Portraits: The Woman and the Poet». Confluencia, vol. 7, no. 2, 1992, pp. 37–46. jstor.org/stable/27922094.

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