Alfonsina Storni Tu Me Quieres Blanca

Alfonsina Storni Tu Me Quieres Blanca

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Alfonsina Storni (1892-1938) “Tú me quieres blanca”, de la colección El dulce dano (1918) Esta poeta argentina, víctima de la moral estricta de su época y de la misoginía (odio a las mujeres), Storni se rebeló contra ellos por medio de la poesía. Contribuyó decisivamente a la concienciación del estado marginado de la mujer.
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Su voz es directa y convincente – la de una mujer que sufría y que sentía profundamente lo que escribía.
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Antes de leer: 1. ¿Crees que hay una desigualdad entre los machos y las hembras en el reino animal? Da ejemplos. 2. Para ti, ¿qué representa la naturaleza? Compara la naturaleza con el mundo creado por los hombres y las mujeres. ¿Cuál es más indemne (libre de daño) y puro? Explica.
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Tú me quieres alba, Me quieres de espumas, Me quieres de nácar. Que sea azucena Sobre todas, casta. De perfume ténue. Corola cerrada.
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“Tú me quieres blanca”, Ni un rayo de luna Filtrado me haya. Ni una margarita Se diga mi hermana. Tú me quieres nivea, Tú me quieres blanca, Tú me quieres alba
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