Gilka Machado

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Gilka Machado (1893–1980) was a female Brazilian poet.

Machado started to write poetry as a child. As an adult, she supported her family by working for the Rio Railway Company.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Cristais partidos [Broken Crystals], 1915
  • A revelação dos perfumes [A Revelation of Perfumes], 1916
  • Estado de alma [Condition of the Soul], 1917
  • Poesias (1915-1917) [Poems (1915-1917], 1918
  • Mulher nua [Naked Woman], 1922
  • Meu glorioso pecado [My Glorious Soul], 1928
  • Sublimação [Sublimation], 1938
  • Velha poesia, 1965

References[edit]

  1. ^ 'Machado, Gilka (1893-1980)', in Claire Buck, ed., Bloomsbury Guide to Women's Literature, 1992, p. 769

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