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Isidora Aguirre Tupper 22 March — 25 February was a Chilean writer, an author mainly of dramatic works on social issues that have been performed in many countries in the Americas and Europe. Back in Chile, "a chance encounter with the actor and theater director Hugo Miller on a trolleybus was decisive in defining her vocation and devoting herself completely to dramaturgy. On her complete dedication to the theater, she said "One always has to choose.
It is not possible to be married and to write as I do. I had to spend whole days in the library looking for historical data, although I was expecting my youngest daughter and I would have liked to knit little coats. But the theater chose me. For Los papeleros , I spent months chatting with those who rummage through garbage cans. And Lautaro meant going, on horseback, to indigenous strongholds and living there. What husband supports that? Before devoting herself to the theater, she had begun to write children's stories — in she published a compilation of eight of them.
She also published a novel for children in Isidora Aguirre recalled her first literary essays: "I think it was at the age of six that I wrote a story that we later bound. It was called Los anteojos de Pepito and it was three pages with very large print.
I did not write stories again until I was fifteen, when Marta Brunet , my mother's friend, entrusted me with the children's page of the magazine Familia.
Like many Chilean playwrights during the s and s, her career began under the aegis of university theaters, institutions that, since the s, generated a qualitative as well as a quantitative change in Chilean theatrical activity. This in turn fostered both the production of plays and the creation of new theatrical groups, and an audience for that type of theater in the country. In she premiered her first comedies, Carolina and La dama del canasto ,  but very soon she dedicated herself to "committed theater", a genre to which a large part of her production belongs.
To effect social protest, she experimented with various theatrical styles: comedy, musical comedy, farce , historical works, testimonial works, and popular theater. Isidora Aguirre also wrote novels for adults. She had two children with her first husband, Gerardo Carmona, and another two with the second, the Englishman Peter Sinclaire, from whom she also separated.
Isidora Aguirre Tupper died on the night of 25 February due to an internal hemorrhage. Posthumously, a fifth novel of Aguirre's was published, Guerreros del sur , written in collaboration with Renato Peruggi and with a prologue by Andrea Jeftanovic. It narrates the fight that the Pergoleras of Santiago gave to not lose its traditional working places and the arrival of Carmela, a young peasant who arrived at the city of Santiago in the process of urbanization and modernization.
It shows the contrast between the culture of the countryside and the capital; It is a story of love, of traditions, but also of negotiation between the lower classes and the authorities. It shows the indignant and inhuman subsistence carried by a group of collectors in the sixties, in a dump in the suburbs of Santiago. Different social conflicts are generated through key characters in the story, framed by poverty and discrimination.
It represent the uprising and the subsequent massacre of peasant that took place in the southern town of Ranquil in The subject is the property right of the land, a very hot problem. It presents the facts in the Brechtian way, highlighting the internal contradictions of the characters. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Isidora Aguirre. Santiago , Chile.
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Transcript of Isidora Aguirre. Sus obras. Comentario Anacleto Chin-Chin farsa infantil en un acto — Entre dos trenes drama en un acto. She had two children with her first anacleo, Gerardo Carmona, and another two with the second, the Englishman Peter Sinclaire, from whom she also separated.
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Transcript of Isidora Aguirre. Sus obras. Comentario Anacleto Chin-Chin farsa infantil en un acto — Entre dos trenes drama en un acto. What husband supports that? It was called Los anteojos de Pepito and it was three pages with very large print. La Ventana in Spanish.
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