Lange, Norah (1906–1972)

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Lange, Norah (1906–1972)

Argentinean poet and novelist. Name variations: Norah Langue De Girondo. Born 1906 in Buenos Aires, Argentina, on Norwegian descent; died 1973 in Buenos Aires; m. Oliverio Girondo.

Belonged to Martín Fierro Group of poets and to leading Buenos Aires intellectual circles, published avant-garde magazines such as Prisma, Proa, and Martín Fierro; works include La calle de la tarde (1924), Los días y las novelas (1926), El rumbo de la rosa (1930), 45 días y 30 marineros (1930), Personas en la sala (1950), and Los dos retratos (1956); published speeches to Martín Fierro Group as Discursos (1942).

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