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Retrieved 21 February Fiction, Juvenile audience Document Type: Please verify that you are not a robot. In the story, Melchor, Gaspar and Baltasar are unable to go to Bethlehem, so their wives undertake the journey instead, and they play a protagonist role, as a contrast to the post-war society that had relegated women to their homes.
From to she studied library science and English at the International Institute. Her interest in writing started at the early age of five, when she started writing and illustrating stories.
In her work, she defended equality between men and women, pacifism and the fight for the environment. Gloria Fuertes was born in a modest family in Madrid in Retrieved from ” https: Please create a new list with a new name; move some items to a new or existing list; or delete some items.
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However, she also declared caemllo her family did not support her in the slightest and that her mother would reprimand her if she saw her with a book. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. She was born and died in Madrid, Spain. Alongside her dedication to children’s literature in magazines, plays and poems, she, along with Maria Dolores and Adelaida Lasantas, founded in the group “Verses in Skirts” that organized concerts and poetry readings by bars and locals cafes, collaborated in adult magazines such as Directions, Spanish Poetry and Straw Bird, and created and directed the poetry magazine between Archer, along with Antonio Gala, Julio Mariscal and Rafael Mir.
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Write a review Rate this item: Apart from fighting for gender equality, Fuertes was also an activist for environmental causes and a pacifist that publicly opposed the wars in Vietnam and Cambodia, as she opposed the Spanish Civil War in Although she always defined herself as “self-taught and poetically deschooling” her name has been linked to two literary movements: Please enter the message.
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El camello cojito / The lame camel : Auto de los reyes magos / Car of the Three Wise Men
Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able cojiti see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. Here, the mothers who are also wise queens as the fathers went to fight in the war, must follow the star and bring the gifts to the newborn Jesus.
One of her most known works to this regard is Three Wise Queens: The Civil War left a deep impression on her. Postismo remained forever in Gloria Fuertes demystifying poetic attitude by way of humor; humor in Gloria Fuertes is a critical way of constructing reality and discovering the truth of things.
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In other projects Wikimedia Commons. The friendly and fresh orality in her work, set her far from the accepted poetic pattern, according to Sharon Keefe Ugalde, from the University of Texas. From these years the activity of Gloria Fuertes is unstoppable: Spanish View all editions and formats.