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Carme Karr i Alfonsetti (Spanish, Carmen Karr; Barcelona, 16 March 1865 – 29 December 1943) was a Catalan feminist, journalist, writer, musicologist and song-composer. She edited the journal Feminal.
- Compositores catalanes. Generació modernista (CD). Maria Teresa Garrigosa (soprano) and Heidrun Bergander (piano). La mà de guido. Dip.leg. B-45116-2008. Contains songs by Narcisa Freixas, Carmen Karr, Isabel Güell i López, and Luisa Casagemas.
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- Anaïs Nin: a biography Deirdre Bair - 1995 "Carmen Karr (1865-1943) became an important writer and editor who celebrated the cause of Catalan women. Her origins were French.
- Life and light for woman: Volume 48 Woman's Board of Missions - 1918 "Dona Carmen Karr is the editor of the Feminal, the only exclusively literary magazine for women in Spain. Many other women are writing articles for the daily papers on important subjects, such as urging the authorities to better the condition of ..."
- La ma de guido, ed. (19 May 2014). "Compositores Catalanes" (PDF).
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