Gabriela Mistral

Gabriela Mistral

Gabriela Mistral

Gabriela Mistral (1889-1957): From Elqui Valley to Copenhagen, from secondary school teacher to Nobel Prize for Literature in 1945. From Lucia Godoy Alcayaga to Gabriela Mistral, this verbal genius was imposed against her environment. In addition to being a teacher and a poet, she was a diplomat and an advocate of humanism and outcast. Other publications include: Desolación (1922); Ternura (1924); Tala (1938); Los sonetos de la muerte (1952); Lagar (1954); Recados, contando a Chile (1957).

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