Oliverio Girondo (August 17, – January 24, ) was an Argentine poet. He was born in Veinte Poemas Para Ser Leidos En El Tranvia; Calcomanias; Y Otros Poemas (Coleccion Visor de poesia) (Spanish Edition). Buenos Aires: Visor. Oliverio Girondo (* August in Buenos Aires; † Januar ebenda) war ein Veinte poemas para ser leídos en el tranvía. Barthélemy, Paris Veinte poemas para ser leídos en el tranvía (); Espantapájaros (); En la masmédula (). Signature de Oliverio Girondo. modifier · Consultez la documentation du modèle. Oliverio Girondo (Buenos Aires, 17 août – Buenos Aires, 24 janvier ) est un poète.

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There was a problem with your submission. Throughout, there’s a fascination with what he articulates as: In Girondo published the short story Interlunio dedicated to his future wife, Norah Lange, and a political essay inNuestra actitud ante el desastre.

Influenced by the emphasis on form of the French Symbolists and Parnassians, a distinguished…. We welcome suggested improvements to gironfo of our articles. The pieces tend towards prose-poems, paragraph- rather than simple line-breaks, some with relatively substantial blocks of text, some, like ‘Plaza’, with a mix: Unfortunately, our editorial approach may not be able to accommodate all contributions.

Books by Oliverio Girondo (Author of Espantapájaros)

The collection also includes four books taken from Girondo’s personal library which were printed specifically for and inscribed to the writer and his wife, Norah Lange.


Help us improve this article! The remaining thirteen works are undated and almost all have editorial corrections made by the author, revealing his progress as he works toward a finished product. You may find it tranviia to search within the site to see how similar or related subjects are covered.

The impressions range — even in a single poem, such as ‘Express Train’ — from the more straightforward, reminiscent of the first collection, such as: There’s limited experimentation with form here — in the first collection there is that tending to the prose-poem; beyond that, there’s the occasional bold-faced, large-type interjection “HUMILITAS”.

20 Poemas by Oliverio Girondo

Somewhat disappointingly, there are no trahvia pictures here In addition to Girondo’s own publications, the collection contains several critical works about the life and work of the Argentine poet. Retrieved from ” https: Decals by Oliverio Girondo. Girondo’s first book of poetry was even published in France in and not in his native Argentina. In other projects Wikimedia Commons. Please try again later.

Around the year he began painting in the style of surrealism, but he never published or sold any of these works. Dec 7, See Article History. Calcomaniaspublished in Madrid during one of Girondo’s many trips abroad, boasts a hand-written inscription and signature of the author. One of these is A la pintura: Paths that blush when they embrace the plumpness of the flower beds.


Documents of 20th-century Latin American and Latino Art

The Open Letter edition — their standard 8. Girondo nicely captures simple impressions and imagery — ‘Venice’ opens with: The Oliverio Girondo manuscript materials are among the most interesting collections held by Notre Dame.

Thank You for Your Contribution! Girondo creatively presents his impressions — slightly but not outrageously off-kilter though certainly pushing well and often with a nice humorous touch outside the bourgeois-priggish envelope of his day. As an epilogue to his poetic career, Girondo gkrondo the illustrated poem Topatumba ina limited edition with drawings and the signature of artist Enrique Molina. Views Read Edit View history.

Discover some of the most interesting and trending topics of tranvka Another item of interest is a tribute to Girondo in the form of a poem titled “Oliverio” written by his close friend Pablo Neruda.

The time of night when old furniture seizes the chance to shed its lies, when pipes make strangulated cries, as though suffocating inside the walls.

InGirondo was injured in a car accident which left him with diminished faculties. The trees filter the city sound.