Dora Acuña

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Dora Gómez Bueno de Acuña (Luque, 1903–1987) was a Paraguayan poet, journalist and radio personality.

Influenced by the Uruguayan poet Delmira Agustini, Dora Acuña's poetry celebrated life and nature with a frank eroticism.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Flor de caña, poesías (Reed flower), Asunción: Imprenta nacional, 1940
  • Barro celeste (Heavenly mud), Asunción: Imprenta nacional, 1943
  • Luz en el abismo (Light in the Abyss), Asunción: Indoamericana, 1954
  • Vivir es decir (Living is saying), Asunción: [s.n.], 1977
  • Antología, Asunción: Alcándara, 1985

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Claire Buck, ed. (1992). The Bloomsbury guide to women's literature. Prentice Hall General Reference. pp. 153, 250. ISBN 978-0-13-089665-0. Retrieved 21 October 2012.