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In Mistral had received the Chilean National Prize in literature, but she did not return to her native country untilWhen Lagar was published in Santiago.

During her years as an educator and administrator in Chile, Mistral was actively pursuing a literary career, writing poetry and prose and keeping in contact with deamor writers and intellectuals. Johns Hopkins University Press.

This attitude toward suffering permeates her poetry with a deep feeling of love and compassion. Now she was in the capital, in t center of the national literary and cultural activity, ready to participate fully in the life of letters. White Pines. Besos de llama que en rastro impreso llevan los surcos de un amor vedado, besos de tempestad, salvajes besos que solo nuestros labios han probado.

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In Paris she became acquainted with many writers and intellectuals, including those from Latin America who lived in Europe, and many more who visited her while a,or there. Her mother and older sister taught her to know and love nature, to mjstral it in solitary contemplation.

Pla neta. The following years were of diminished activity, although she continued writing for periodicals as well as working on Poema de Chile and other poems.

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In her prose writing Mistral also twists and entangles the language in unusual expressive ways as dewamor the common, direct style were not appropriate to her subject matter and her intensely emotive interpretation of it. This knowledge gave her a new perspective about Latin America and its Indian roots, leading her into a growing interest and appreciation of all things autochthonous.

When still using a well-defined rhythm she depends on the simpler Spanish assonant rhyme or no rhyme at all. From then on, all of her poetry was interpreted as purely autobiographical, and her poetic voices were equated with her own.


I know its hills one by one. I take it for one of the most spiritual of the elements—more spiritual than water. There are silent kisses, kisses noblesThere enigmatic kisses, sincereSome kisses are given only soulsThere forbidden kisses, true.

Judas kisses Jesus and leaves printin the face of Gabrieoa, felony,while Magdalena with kissesfortifies pious agony.

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Before returning to Chile, she traveled in the United States and Europe, thus beginning her life of constant movement from one place to another, a compulsion she attributed to her need to look for a perfect place to live in har mony with nature and society.

Books by Gabriela Mistral. As Mistral she was recognized as the poet of a new dissonant feminine voice who expressed the previously unheard feelings of mothers and lonely women. The suicide dexamor the couple in despair for the developments in Europe caused her much pain; but the worst suffering came months later when her nephew died of arsenic poisoning the night of 14 August The Audacious Traveler Athens: For Mistral this experience was decisive, and from that date onward she lived in constant bereavement, unable to find joy in life because of her loss.

The delight of a Franciscan attitude of enjoyment in the beauty of nature, with its magnificent landscapes, simple elements—air, rock, water, fruits—and amod and plants, is also present in the poem.

She traveled to sweden to be at the ceremony only because the prize represented recognition of Latin American literature.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. These various jobs gave her the opportunity to know her country better than many who stayed in their regions of origin or settled in Santiago to be near the center of gsbriela activity. Religion cxrtas her was also fundamental to her understanding of her function as a poet. Contando a XesamorMessages: In she obtained her coveted teaching certification even though she had not followed a regular course of studies.

Although she mostly uses regular meter and rhyme, her verses are sometimes difficult to recite because of their harshness, resulting from intentional breaks of the prosodic rules. Her second book of poems, Trenura, had appeared a year before in Madrid.


A few months later, inMistral received News of the death of her own mother, whom she had not seen since her last visit to Chile four years before. Sur, ; revised edition, Buenos Aires: Me conozco sus cerros uno por uno. She prepared herself, on her own, for a teaching career and for the life of a writer and intellectual. Francis of Assisi, she entered the Franciscan Order as a laical member. Manuel, en los labios por mucho tiempo—: I bloom within myself, inwardly.

Lecturas para mujeres, edited by Mistral Mexico City: In Tala Mistral includes the poems inspired by the death of her mother, together with a variety of other compositions that do not linger in sadness but sing of the beauty of the world and deal with the hopes and dreams of the human heart. She was always concerned about the needs of the poor and the disenfranchised, and every time she could do something about them, she acted, disregarding personal gain.

These two projects—the seemingly unending composition of Poema de Chile, a long narrative poem, and the completion of her last book of poems, LagarWine Press —responded also to the distinction she made between two kinds of poetic creation.

JavaScript is required to view this site. Some kisses seem liliesby sublime, naive and pure,There treacherous and cowardly kisses,There cursed and perjured kisses. By then she had become a well-known and much admired poet in all of Latin America. In her pain she insisted on another interpretation, that he had been killed by envious Brazilian school companions.

Following her last will, her remains were eventually put to rest in a simple tomb in Monte Grande, the village of her childhood. Francis had led her to start writing, while still in Mexico, a series of prose compositions on his life. The most prestigious Newspapers in the Hispanic world offered her a solution in the form of regular paid contributions.