El Rosario de Eros (Spanish Edition) [Delmira Agustini] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. El Rosario de Eros By Delmira Agustini. Delmira Agustini (October 24, – July 6, ), an Uruguayan poet, was a Latin American Eros, god of love, symbolizes eroticism and is the inspiration to Agustini’s poems about carnal pleasures. Los cálices vacíos, pórtico de Rubén Darío; Obras completas (“Complete Works”): Volume 1, El rosario de Eros; . Title, El Rosario de Eros. Author, Delmira Agustini. Publisher, El Cid Editor Incorporated, ISBN, , Length, 48 pages.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Paperback66 pages. Fell in love with “Mis amores”. Eros is the protagonist in many of Agustini’s literary works. Agustini’s writing style is best classified in the first phase of modernismwith themes based on fantasy and exotic subjects.
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Lists with This Book. See also Reissig, Julio Herrera y. Some might have testified that she looked like an innocent angel. Agustini was blue eyed, with light skin and a slender figure. Translated by Pokhrel, Suman First ed. A month after that, Reyes fatally shot Agustini twice in the head and afterwards committed suicide. Retrieved December 29, from Encyclopedia.
El Rosario de Eros by Delmira Agustini
Loida Pan marked it as to-read Feb 21, Born in Montevideothe daughter of Rossrio immigrants, Agustini was a precocious child. She was killed by her former husband, who then killed himself. The language and imagery of her poetry was acclaimed for its erotic nature, an important foundational feature in Spanish American feminine poetics.
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Delmira Agustini y el modernismo: Agustini lived with her parents in Montevideo and spent long periods in Buenos Aires. In she married Enrique Job Reyes, a common man with no intellectual interests, with whom she had had a long and formal relationship. Their divorce was finalized on June 5, The Obras completaspublished posthumously inincludes unpublished poems possibly belonging to a projected volume titled Los astros del abismo The Stars of the Abysswhich included agustlni group of poems titled “El rosario de Eros.
Eros is the protagonist in many of Rosarip literary works.
El Rosario de Eros
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Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. She wrote for the magazine La Alborada The Dawn.
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Works at Cervantes Virtual. Refresh and try again. It is fair to say that her life and her poetry are characterized by contradictory features that deserve much attention. She specialized in the topic of female sexuality during a time when the literary world was dominated by men. Although she was well known in the cultural and social life of Montevideo, she was not an active member of the intellectual groups of her epoch.
Erosgod of love, symbolizes eroticism and is the inspiration to Agustini’s poems about carnal pleasures. Agustini’s writing style is best classified in the first phase of agutsini, with themes based on eo and exotic subjects.
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