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Author: Marosa di Giorgio

Born in Salto, Uruguay, and raised on her family's farm, Marosa di Giorgio (1932-2004) is one of the most prominent Uruguayan poets of the twentieth century. Di Giorgio began writing in her childhood and published her first book of poems at the age of twenty-two. She then went on to publish a total of fourteen books of poetry, three collections of short stories, and one novel. While some critics have categorized her as a surrealist, she herself denied membership in any literary movement or school. Although she was relatively unknown outside the Southern Cone during her lifetime, she is now becoming more and more widely read throughout Latin America and Europe. Thanks to the efforts of various translators, she is also becoming more known in the English-speaking world.

Carnation and Tenebrae Candle
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Carnation and Tenebrae Candle

Cardboard House Press

Poetry. Latinx Studies. Women's Studies. Translated by Jeannine Marie Pitas. "This new collection by Marosa di Giorgio, long considered a major figure in Latin American literature, is the work of a translator who has immersed herself, with great tho...

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I Remember Nightfall
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I Remember Nightfall

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Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies. Translated from the Spanish by Jeannine Pitas in a bilingual edition. Cover art by Basil King. This new translation of Marosa di Giorgio, one of Uruguay's most famous poets, includes four book-length poems from the mid...

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