Carmen conde biografia

Carmen conde biografia

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Colocar «poemas de Carmen Conde» en los buscadores de la red es encontrar un rico y amplio universo de letras. Esta poetisa El 28 de enero de 1978 se convirtió en la primera mujer en ingresar en la RAE durante los -por entonces- 173 años de existencia de la institución. Su ingreso no estuvo exento de polémica por su vinculación y la de su marido con los falangistas del régimen de Francisco Franco. Pero es bastante tendencioso valorar a los académicos únicamente por sus afiliaciones políticas. Además, se le reconoce como una de las personalidades más destacadas de la llamada Generación del 27.
Carmen Conde Nacida en Cartagena el 15 de agosto de 1907, fue una prolífica escritora y también destacó como dramaturga, prosista y profesora. Desde muy joven estuvo muy vinculada a la cultura y a las letras, por lo que algunos especialistas consideran insuficiente la publicación de «sólo» unos 300 ejemplares de su obra. A propósito de su centenario, el diario El País escribió un artículo de homenaje donde se define su poesía como «lírica, fresca, sensual».

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In 1931, their pedagogical essay Por la escuela renovada was published.[2] In 1933, with the help of the Patronato de Misiones Pedagógicas, they founded the magazine Presencia, an organ of the Universidad Popular, which had an adult library, children’s library, educational cinema and where conferences and exhibitions were held. One of the guest poets was Miguel Hernández, who became a close friend of the couple. Other poets and intellectuals attended the Universidad Popular: Ramón Sijé, Margarita Nelken, María de Maeztu among others. During that period, Conde also worked as a teacher at the Escuela Nacional de Párvulos de El Retén.[2] She also worked as a teacher at the Escuela Nacional de Párvulos de El Retén.[2] With her book of poems Ansia.
With the collection of poems Ansia de la gracia, Conde entered the publishing world, since until then she had made editions of few copies. It is a collection of poems whose central theme is eroticism and its images are related to nature. The poem Primer amor (First Love) stands out.[2] Conde’s literary production is very important.
Conde’s literary production is very vast, not only because it includes poetry, novels, short stories, children’s literature, essays, biography, nor for her work as an anthologist of both her own work and poetry of her time, but because only her anthology Obra poética 1929-1966 has more than twenty collections of poems. The constant themes in her works are love, eroticism, sensuality, the female body, the experience of god, etc.[6][7][7][8][8][9

carmen conde poems

In 1931, their pedagogical essay Por la escuela renovada was published.[2] In 1933, aided by the Patronato de Misiones Pedagógicas, they founded the magazine Presencia, an organ of the Universidad Popular, which had an adult library, children’s library, educational cinema and where conferences and exhibitions were held. One of the guest poets was Miguel Hernández, who became a close friend of the couple. Other poets and intellectuals attended the Universidad Popular: Ramón Sijé, Margarita Nelken, María de Maeztu among others. During that period, Conde also worked as a teacher at the Escuela Nacional de Párvulos de El Retén.[2] She also worked as a teacher at the Escuela Nacional de Párvulos de El Retén.[2] With her book of poems Ansia.
With the collection of poems Ansia de la gracia, Conde entered the publishing world, since until then she had made editions of few copies. It is a collection of poems whose central theme is eroticism and its images are related to nature. The poem Primer amor (First Love) stands out.[2] Conde’s literary production is very important.
Conde’s literary production is very vast, not only because it includes poetry, novels, short stories, children’s literature, essays, biography, nor for her work as an anthologist of both her own work and poetry of her time, but because only her anthology Obra poética 1929-1966 has more than twenty collections of poems. The constant themes in her works are love, eroticism, sensuality, the female body, the experience of god, etc.[6][7][7][8][8][9

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In 1931, their pedagogical essay Por la escuela renovada was published.[2] In 1933, aided by the Patronato de Misiones Pedagógicas, they founded the magazine Presencia, an organ of the Universidad Popular, which had a library for adults, a children’s library, an educational cinema and where conferences and exhibitions were held. One of the guest poets was Miguel Hernández, who became a close friend of the couple. Other poets and intellectuals attended the Universidad Popular: Ramón Sijé, Margarita Nelken, María de Maeztu among others. During that period, Conde also worked as a teacher at the Escuela Nacional de Párvulos de El Retén.[2] She also worked as a teacher at the Escuela Nacional de Párvulos de El Retén.[2] With her book of poems Ansia.
With the collection of poems Ansia de la gracia, Conde entered the publishing world, since until then she had made editions of few copies. It is a collection of poems whose central theme is eroticism and its images are related to nature. The poem Primer amor (First Love) stands out.[2] Conde’s literary production is very important.
Conde’s literary production is very vast, not only because it includes poetry, novels, short stories, children’s literature, essays, biography, nor for her work as an anthologist of both her own work and poetry of her time, but because only her anthology Obra poética 1929-1966 has more than twenty collections of poems. The constant themes in her works are love, eroticism, sensuality, the female body, the experience of god, etc.[6][7][7][8][8][9