Lenka Franulic

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Lenka Franulic (1908–1961) was a Chilean journalist. She is considered as the first woman journalist from Chile.



  • In 1939 she published her first book "One hundred contemporary artists", with portraits of prominent writers of the time.
  • And in 1943, she published the "Anthology of the American Short Story."
  • She wrote a short story "Two cents of violets." The only thing she knows.


  • "Kitty Foyle" by Christopher Morley
  • "boarding school" by Christa Winsloe
  • "Harvey" by Mary Chase
  • "The Waves" and "Intermission" by Virginia Woolf
  • "Joseph Provider" by Thomas Mann
  • "Has the Moon" by John Steinbeck
  • "Charley's Aunt" by Brandom Thomas
  • "The Lovers Terribles" and "Mischievous Spirit" by Noël Coward