Silvina Ocampo


Silvina Ocampo was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1903. A central figure of Argentine literary circles, Ocampo's accolades include Argentina's National Poetry Prize and a Guggenheim Fellowship. She was an early publisher of Argentina's Sur magazine, where she worked closely with its founder, her sister Victoria Ocampo; Adolfo Bioy Casares, her husband; and Jorge Luis Borges. In 1937, Sur published Ocampo's first book, Viaje olvidado. She went on to publish thirteen volumes of fiction and poetry during a long and much-lauded career. Ocampo died in Buenos Aires in 1993. La promesa, her only novel, was posthumously published in 2011.


  • The Promise by Silvina Ocampo
    In Silvina Ocampo's The Promise, a dying woman's attempt to recount the story of her life reveals the fragility of memory and the illusion of identity. This essential voice from one of the gr...

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