A Gabriela Mistral Reader
Poems and prose by Latin America's first Nobel Prize laureate.
“This beautiful anthology holds the first English translation of Gabriela Mistral's extraordinary poetry and prose... hidden to the mainstream no longer, here is the breathtaking lifework of a most gifted and enigmatic muse.”—NAPRA Journal
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Aconcagua Alfonsina ALFONSINA STORNI almond alpaca Amauta Andean Argentina arrive beautiful become Bilingual bitter body breath Caleuche carry child Chile Chilean Chilote color comes copihue cordillera create dance dead deer Dennis Maloney Diaguita dreams Earth Elqui Valley eternal eyes face Father Christmas feel fire flesh flour flower fruit Gabriela Mistral girl gold golden green hand heart Inca Incanato Indian journey kiss land language Latin American Women leap light lips live look Maria Giachetti Marjorie Agosin mestizo Mother Pomegranate mountain mouth never night Pablo Neruda Pachacamac palms pampa pass passion poems poet poetic poetry praise prose Quechua race remains rich Rilke river ROBERTO JUARROZ rocks rose shadow ship silence sing sleep someone song soul speak stones sweet Temuco tender things touch Translated trees trembling tropical ugly verse voice walk Wellesley College wind woman words zone