Décimas: autobiografía en versos chilenos. Front Cover. Violeta Parra. Universidad Católica de Chile, – Chilean poetry – pages. Title, Décimas: autobiografías en verso. Author, Violeta Parra. Publisher, Sudamericana, Length, pages. Export Citation, BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. Get this from a library! Décimas; autobiografía en versos chilenos.. [Violeta Parra].

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Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. El libro mayor de Violeta Parra. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Help Center Find new research papers in: Violeta Parra describes her creativity as a form of generosity, a way of uplifting her spectators and touching their souls.

What she makes clear is the impact that she hopes it will have on the individual. Parra sought to redress this decline in traditional practices. Amazon Drive Cloud storage from Amazon.

These included fieldwork in the area of ethnomusicology, performance, poetry, singing, autohiografia art and the establishment of artistic spaces where these different cultural forms could be presented together.

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But she also evokes sorrowful and even morose themes: In Parra began to carry out fieldwork into indigenous, Hispanic and syncretised traditions from disparate areas of Chile, and this research was to inform her own creative output.

To achieve this, she synthesised two overlapping aesthetic systems, folk art and modern art.

He explores the way that from this tension, Parra was able to draw on her experience of traditional culture, as she had experienced it in the early stage of her vvioleta, and form a bridge between traditional culture and modern culture. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web.


Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, Yo soy un pajarito que puedo subirme en el hombro de cada ser humano, y cantarle y trinarle con las alitas abiertas, cerca muy cerca de su alma. Scholarship on Parra tends to focus on the individual strands of her creativity. In the quotation above, taken from a letter that she wrote to her partner, Gilbert Favre, Parra conveys the spirit and intention of her creative endeavour.

Décimas: autobiografía en versos chilenos – Violeta Parra – Google Books

Argentine Art in the Sixties. Avant-Garde, Internationalism, and Politics: Introduction Lorna Dillon Mis trabajos son una verdad simple y alegre dentro de la tristeza que hay en cada uno de ellos.

Both these strands of creativity are poiesis, and they are intertwined, with one strand producing original material and the other continuing traditions. Details of the chapters can be found in the contents list below: Duke University Press, Violeta Parra, Brodeuse Chilienne.

Décimas: autobiografías en verso – Violeta Parra – Google Books

Share your thoughts with other customers. As a creator, the range of artistic genres she explored make her work particularly interesting. They are followed by two chapters on her visual art, and finally there is a chapter on the cultural centre she established towards the end of her life.


Would you like to tell us about a lower price? The Verwo family also visited Italy, the Soviet Union and France, where they remained for the next couple of years. Learn more about Amazon Prime. Rising from the ground, little by little, like a tree, she was nourished by reflection on the ardent ills in the winds of her time.

Parra spent many years researching folk culture and in a conversation autobiografiq Hubert Joanneton, she concluded that Chilean folk traditions were close to death: It has been fictionalised in para, films, songs, plays and operatic productions, and the figure of Parra has become iconic in Chile.

Paradoxically, though perhaps unsurprisingly, the recognition that had eluded Parra during her lifetime was bestowed upon her after her death. She committed suicide infifty years after her birth, in the Carpa de la Reina.

Ediciones Literatura Americana Reunida, In Parra was living in rue Monsieur Le Prince and working on embroideries, paintings, songs and wire sculptures.

In the end the human brain is so powerful that I am afraid … but I am happy to be able to move between my old soul and modern life.