Violeta Walks on Foreign Lands - Bilingual Short Stories
2017 marked the centenary of Violeta Parra's birth. A bilingual (Spanish-English) compilation of nine short stories
Violeta Walks on Foreign Lands (Violeta anda en tierras extrañas)
Various Authors Edited by Consuelo Rivera Fuentes and Odette Magnet / Designed by Isabel Ros Lopez
Genre: Narrative / Anthology / Short stories Language: Bilingual English-Spanish
Violeta Parra was a Chilean singer and songwriter, poet, painter, embroiderer as well as a sculptor and ceramist. Her life and work inspired millions worldwide and Violeta is often referred to as the 'Mother' of the New Song Movement, the 1960's revival of Latin American folklore and music. With the lyrics often offering political criticism, this movement stood for the profound political and social struggles of the period.
2017 marked the centenary of Violeta Parra's birth. Victorina Press celebrated the centenary by organizing a literary competition of short stories inspired by her life and artistic work. This volume contains a bilingual (Spanish-English) compilation of nine of the best stories from the contest.
Year of publishing: 2018 ISBN 978 0 9957547 6 8 222 pages Dimensions: 13 cm x 20 cm