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Guide to the Juana de Ibarbourou Papers, 1915-1960 M0642
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  • Prominent Correspondents
  • General note
  • SCOPE AND CONTENT
  • BIOGRAPHY
  • ABSTRACT
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  • Language of Material: English
    Contributing Institution: Department of Special Collections and University Archives
    Title: Juana de Ibarbourou papers
    Identifier/Call Number: M0642
    Physical Description: 4.5 Linear Feet
    Date (inclusive): 1915-1960

    Prominent Correspondents

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    General note

    Correspondents are listed alphabetically by country and thereunder by author's surname

    Argentina

    1. Berdiales, German
    2. Gonzales Carbalho, José
    3. Paz, Carlos Rojas
    4. Prilutzky, Julia
    5. Tiempo, Cesar
    6. Walsh, Maria Elena

    Bolivia

    1. Roberto Hinojosa
    2. Santa Cruz, Luis Mendizabal

    Brazil

    1. de Carvalho, Alberto
    2. de Castro, Aloysio
    3. Julio, Silvio
    4. Lima, Jorge de
    5. Ornellas, Manoelito de
    6. Soares, Jose Roberto de Macedo

    Chile

    1. Casanueva, Humberto Diaz
    2. Corvalan, Stella
    3. Espejo, Washington
    4. Flores, Alberto Baeza
    5. Ladron de Guevara, Matilde
    6. Letelier, Ligia
    7. Mistral, Gabriela
    8. Morgan, Patricia
    9. Undurraga, Antonio de

    Columbia

    1. Arcinegas, Ismael Enrique
    2. Cabellero, Agustin Nieto
    3. Carvajal, Mario
    4. Delmar, Meira
    5. Hispano, Cornelio (Ismael Lopez)
    6. Llanos, Antonio
    7. Meza, Juan Bautista Jaramillo

    Costa Rica

    1. Urgalde G., Raul
    2. Vincenzi, Moises

    Cuba

    1. Acosta, Ofelia Rodriguez
    2. Aloma, Mariblanca Sabas
    3. de Bustamante, Antonio S.
    4. Estenger, Rafael
    5. Fontanilles, Jose Conanglia
    6. Godoy, Armand
    7. Hernandez-Cata, Alfonso
    8. Jauma, Ricardo Riano
    9. Mora, Jesus Saiz de la
    10. Morandeyra, Mary
    11. Perez, Jose Cid
    12. Rio, Pastor del
    13. Rios, Maria Alvarez
    14. Santovenia, Emeterio S.
    15. Vidaurreta, Juan Marinello

    Dominican Republic

    1. Cabral, Manuel del
    2. Echavarria, Miguel R. Perez
    3. Fiallo, Fabio
    4. Gimenez, R. Emilio
    5. Lopez-Penha, Haim
    6. Urena, Pedro Henriquez

    Ecuador

    1. Andrada, Jorge Carrerra
    2. Arias, Augusto
    3. Gallegos, Gerardo
    4. Icaza, Rosa Borja de

    Frances

    1. Gilles, Albert
    2. Lasserre, Jean Bernard
    3. Miomandre, Francis de

    Honduras

    1. Barrerra, Claudio
    2. de Miralda, Paca (Navas)

    Mexico

    1. Dromundo, Baltasar
    2. Garibay, Cesar
    3. Hernandez, Adolfo Ornelas
    4. Junco, Alfonso
    5. Plancarte, Gabriel Mendez
    6. Pren, Jose Esquivel
    7. Reyes, Alfonso
    8. Reyes, Bernardo
    9. Valle, Rafael Heliodoro

    Panama

    1. Geenzier, Enrique
    2. Obaldia, Maria Olympia de

    Paraguay

    1. Cabeda, Adalita Ayala
    2. de Fracchia, Ida Talavera
    3. Gonzalez, Natalicio
    4. O'Leary, Juan E.
    5. Pla, Josefina
    6. Recalde, Fecundo

    Peru

    1. Bustamante y Ballivian, Enrique
    2. Bustamante y Rivero, J.L.
    3. Calderon, Ventura Garcia
    4. Champion, Emilio
    5. Colmenares, Delia
    6. Doreste, Julia
    7. Eguren, Jose Maria
    8. Guillen, Alberto
    9. Hernandez, Jose A.
    10. Marmol, Matilde
    11. Palma, Angelica
    12. Portal, Magda
    13. Rojas, Rosa Maria
    14. Sanchez, Luis Alberto
    15. Valle, Arnaldo del
    16. Vargas, Augusto Tamayo
    17. Xammar, Luis F.

    Poland

    1. Pazurkiewicz, Stanislaus

    Puerto Rico

    1. Ceide, Amelia
    2. Cuesta, J. Enamorado
    3. Labarthe, Pedro Juan
    4. Ramos, Ramon Delgado
    5. Villaronga, Luis

    Spain

    1. Aller, Angel
    2. Azua, Luis Jimenez de
    3. Diez-Canedo, Enrique
    4. Fraga, German Fernandez
    5. Guillen, Jorge
    6. Torre, Guillermo de

    Uruguay

    1. Acosta (Lauxar), Osvaldo Crispo
    2. Ballesteros, Adolfo Montiel
    3. Bardesio, Orfilia
    4. Belinzon, Concepcion Silva
    5. Bustamante, Raul Montero
    6. Caceres, Esther de
    7. Casal, Julio J.
    8. Cione, Otto Miguel
    9. Felde, Alberto Zum
    10. Lasplaces, Alberto
    11. Monegal, Jose
    12. Oribe, Emilio
    13. Quijano, Carlos
    14. Rodriguez, Jose Pereira
    15. Valdes, Fernan Silva

    Uruguayan Residents in Paris

    1. Barbagelata, Hugo D.
    2. Deambrosis-Martins, Carlos
    3. Supervielle, Jules

    U.S.S.R.

    1. Ignatof, Sergio S.

    Venezuela

    1. Aristeguieta, Jean
    2. Arraiz, Antonio
    3. Blanco, Andres Eloy
    4. Blanco-Fombona, Rufino
    5. Cordoba, Diego
    6. Cova, J.A.
    7. Davila, Vicente
    8. Larriva, Enriqueta Arvelo
    9. Picon-Salas, Mariano

    SCOPE AND CONTENT

    The collection includes correspondence, which mention her works, her name change to Juana de America, her candidacy for the Nobel Prize, invites asking for her collaboration on works, and poems which mention her; documents and correspondence regarding her works; awards and honors; music; newsclippings; telegrams; and book dedications from other authors.

    BIOGRAPHY

    Juana de Ibarbourou was born in Uruguay in 1895. She grew up in the country-side and began to feel an affinity with nature at an early age. She wrote lyrics celebrating life, love, and nature. Her early works, including "Las lenguas de diamante" (1919) and "Raiz salvaje" (1922), give a sense of joyousness about human existence and, in 1923, earned her the name of Juana de America. She wrote for magazines, newspapers, and also wrote children's tales and textbooks.
    Her poetry is based on what she has seen or experienced, and she uses nature to reflect her thoughts, emotions, and moods. Her later works were influenced by religion as well as a growing preoccupation with old age, pain, death, bitterness and sorrow. She died in 1979.

    ABSTRACT

    Uruguyan poet, born in de Melo (Departamento de Cerro Largo). Her first book, Las Lenguas de Diamante, was published in Bueons Aires in 1919. Highly regarded by both Latin American and European critics, she became one of the most prestigious figures of Uruguayan literature.
    Includes incoming correspondence (ca. 2100 letters), manuscripts, corrected galleys, reviews, awards, musical compositions, newsclippings, cards, and photographs.

    Preferred Citation:

    [Identification of item] Juana de Ibarbourou Papers, M0642, Dept. of Special Collections, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.

    Provenance:

    Purchased, 1992.

    Publication Rights:

    Property rights reside with the repository. Literary rights reside with the creators of the documents or their heirs. To obtain permission to publish or reproduce, please contact the Public Services Librarian of the Dept. of Special Collections.

    Access Restrictions:

    None.

    Subjects and Indexing Terms

    Poets, Uruguayan
    Uruguayan poetry -20th century
    Uruguayan literature -20th century
    Plá, Alfonso
    Portal, Magda
    Mistral, Gabriela
    Andrada, Jorge Carrera
    Pic on-Salas, Mariano
    Díaz Casanueva, Humberto
    Eguren, José Marí
    Arraiz, Antonio
    Reyes, Alfonso
    Cabral, Manuel del