Susana Thénon was an Argentinian poet, translator, and photographer. She published five books of poetry: Edad sin tregua (1958), Habitante de la nada (1959), De lugares extraños (1967), Distancias (1984), and Ova completa (1987). Between 1967 and 1984, she took a break from poetry, focusing instead on photography. Thénon’s work was collected and published in two volumes, entitled La morada imposible, edited by Ana M. Barrenechea and María Negroni.
Resistance and Rhetoric in Susana Thénon’s “Ova Completa”
The Argentinian feminist poet had a harsh, yet oddly hopeful, view of humanity....