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ARIZ, Yenny. How was the ronda written? Posthumous poems for children by Gabriela Mistral. Logos [online]. 2017, vol.27, n.1, pp.31-48. ISSN 0716-7520.

The article consists of a comparison between the rondas - or children’s singing games - written by Gabriela Mistral and published posthumously in Baila y sueña (2011), and the poems’ original manuscripts, applying the theoretical principles of genetic criticism. Genetic analysis of the poem “Canción de soledad” (Song of solitude) is presented in detail, providing reflection on how Mistral’s posthumous works have been edited.

Keywords : Gabriela Mistral; manuscripts; Chilean poetry; Baila y sueña; genetic criticism.

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