Amalia Domingo Soler

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Amalia Domingo Soler

Amalia Domingo Soler (Seville, November 10, 1835 – Barcelona, April 29, 1909) was a Spanish writer, novelist, and feminist, who also wrote poetry, essays, short stories, as well as an autobiography, Memorias de una mujer. She is known for her involvement in the Spanish spiritualist movement.[1] Her writings are characterized by poetic and delicate style. She is remember for her book "Memories of Father Germano". She also founded and edited a spiritist weekly, La Luz del Porvenir, characterized by its radical views and feminist orientation.[2]

Selected works[edit]

  • Un ramo de amapolas y una lluvia de perlas, o sea, un milagro de la Virgen de la Misericordia, 1868
  • Memorias del Padre Germán, 1900
  • Memorias de la insigne cantora del espiritismo, 1912
  • Te perdono!: Memorias de un espíritu, 1944
  • Sus más hermosos escritos, 1952
  • Réplica a la escuela materialista
  • El Espiritismo
  • Ramos de Violetas
  • Memorias de una mujer
  • Hechos que prueban
  • Réplicas de Amalia
  • La Luz del Camino
  • Cuentos Espiritistas
  • Las Grandes Virtudes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Amalia Domingo Soler". Spiritist Group of New York. November 2003. Retrieved 28 February 2015.
  2. ^ Arkinstall, Christine (2014). Spanish Female Writers and the Freethinking Press, 1879-1926. University of Toronto Press. pp. 4, 24–. ISBN 978-1-4426-4765-7.