Felipe Aldana

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Felipe Aldana
Felipe Aldana.jpg
Born 1922
Died 1970
Language Spanish
Nationality Argentina
Genre Poetry

Felipe Aldana (1922–1970) was an Argentine poet.

Published Works[1][edit]

  • Some poetry: Song of Flower and lyrics (Un Poco De Poesía: Cancionero de Flor y Letra). Rosario: Student Center-Free Institute of Humanities, 1949. 62 p.
  • Poetry (Obra Poética). Introduction and notes by Eduardo Eduardo D'Anna and Elvio Gandolfo. Rosario: IEN Editions, 1977. 197 p. Contains: a little poetry, Poem Materialistic, Presence of Time and Death, The Poems of the Great River and other books unpublished until this edition. Includes iconography.
  • As a word you could say (Como Una Palabra Que Pudiste Decir). Colophon of Eduardo D'Anna. Villa Maria, Cordoba: Editions Rhadamanthus-platelet Herrero, 1996. 6 h. Contains 3 poems of Poems of the Great River.
  • Poetry and other texts (Obra Poética y Otros Textos). Selection, preface and notes by Osvaldo Aguirre. Rosario: Rosario Municipal Editorial, 2001. 274 p. 2a. Edition: 2006. Includes iconography and literature on the author

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