From Antigone to Creon: 
Traditional Masculine Models 
in the Poetry of Alfonsina Storni 
and Rosario Castellanos

March 17, 2013 // by tania

Published in: Identity, Nation and Discourse: Latin American Women Writers and Artists, Newcastle, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009.   To Elisenda, who passed onto me her passion for Zambrano’s Antigone.   Antigone, Sophocles’ tragic heroine who was condemned to death by her own uncle Creon due to her wish to give a proper burial to her […]