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María Agustina Pardini

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María Agustina Pardini

María Agustina Pardini was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1989. She holds BAs in English and English Scientific and Literary Translation. She writes about literature in Diario Perfil Cultural Supplement and in Words Without Borders. She also works as a translator of poetry. Her first poetry collection will be published this year.

Articles by María Agustina Pardini

Confronting the Institution of Language: Juan Arabia on Poetry and the Pandemic
By María Agustina Pardini
In the essay “The Poem as a Field of Action,” presented as a lecture at the University of Washington in 1948, William Carlos Williams argues that after the Industrial Revolution, a different…
Silvina Ocampo in English
By María Agustina Pardini
In anticipation of City Lights’s publication of Silvina Ocampo’s Forgotten Journey (tr. Suzanne Jill Levine and Katie Lateef-Jan) and The Promise (tr. Suzanne Jill Levine and Jessica Powell),…
A New Narrative: An Interview with Four Argentine Women Writers
By María Agustina Pardini
Two literary trends have emerged in the last ten years in Argentina. The first is the rereading and reissuing of classics by local writers, such as Silvina Ocampo, Alejandra Pizarnik, Sara Gallardo, Olga…
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