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María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially for her songs and books for children, like La Tortuga Manuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), La Reina Batata (''the sweet potato queen''), La Marcha De Osias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in their heart.

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María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially for her songs and books for children, like La ''La Tortuga Manuelita Manuelita'' (''Manuelita the Turtle''), La ''La Reina Batata Batata'' (''the sweet potato queen''), La ''La Marcha De Osias Osias'' (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in their heart.


María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially for her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in their heart.
Although María Helena was primarily known for her children songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ib9MgC85Go Pedro Aznar]]. Another famous song of hers is ''Carta De Un Leon a Otro''(''Letter from a Lion to Another''), played famously by the Rosarian jongleur Juan Carlos Baglietto, among others.
Despite being openly lesbian, and dating with several artists like Creator/LedaValladares and Creator/SaraFacio, this wasn't a hindrance for her career, that started early with the awarded ''Otoño Imperdonable'' (''"Unforgivable Fall"''), at her '''''seventeen years old'''''.

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María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially for her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita La Tortuga Manuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata La Reina Batata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsias La Marcha De Osias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in their heart.
Although María Helena was primarily known for her children songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", "Como La Cigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ib9MgC85Go Pedro Aznar]]. Another famous song of hers is ''Carta De Un Leon a Otro''(''Letter from a Lion to Another''), played famously by the Rosarian jongleur Juan Carlos Baglietto, among others.
Despite being openly lesbian, and dating with several artists like Creator/LedaValladares and Creator/SaraFacio, this wasn't a hindrance for her career, that started early with the awarded ''Otoño Imperdonable'' (''"Unforgivable Fall"''), at her when she was '''''seventeen years old'''''.


María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially by her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in his heart.
Although María Helena was primarily known for his child songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ib9MgC85Go Pedro Aznar]]. Other famous song is [[Song/CartaDeUnLeonAOtro]] (''Letter from a Lion to Another''), played famously by the Rosarian jongleur Juan Carlos Baglietto, among others.
Despite being aknowledgy lesbian, and dating with several artists like Creator/LedaValladares and Creator/SaraFacio, this wasn't a hindrance for her career, that started early with the awarded ''Otoño Imperdonable'' (''"Unforgivable Fall"''), at her '''''seventeen years old'''''.

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María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially by for her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in his their heart.
Although María Helena was primarily known for his child her children songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ib9MgC85Go Pedro Aznar]]. Other Another famous song of hers is [[Song/CartaDeUnLeonAOtro]] (''Letter ''Carta De Un Leon a Otro''(''Letter from a Lion to Another''), played famously by the Rosarian jongleur Juan Carlos Baglietto, among others.
Despite being aknowledgy openly lesbian, and dating with several artists like Creator/LedaValladares and Creator/SaraFacio, this wasn't a hindrance for her career, that started early with the awarded ''Otoño Imperdonable'' (''"Unforgivable Fall"''), at her '''''seventeen years old'''''.


María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially by her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in {{Argentina}} and LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in his heart.

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María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially by her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in {{Argentina}} UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} and LatinAmerica UsefulNotes/LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in his heart.



* La Nube Traicionera (1989)

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* La Nube Traicionera (1989)


Despite being aknowledgy lesbian, and dating with several artists like Creator/LedaValladares and Creator/SaraFacio, this wasn't a hindrance for her career, that started early with the awarded ''Otoño Imperdonable'' (''"Unforgivable Fall"''), at her '''''seventeen years old'''''.

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Despite being aknowledgy lesbian, and dating with several artists like Creator/LedaValladares and Creator/SaraFacio, this wasn't a hindrance for her career, that started early with the awarded ''Otoño Imperdonable'' (''"Unforgivable Fall"''), at her '''''seventeen years old'''''.old'''''.

!!Books for adults

*Otoño imperdonable (1947) - edited by Walsh at 17
*Apenas Viaje (poems) (1948)
*Baladas con Angel (poems) (1951)
*Casi Milagro (poems) (1958)
*Hecho a Mano (poems) (1965)
*Jugemos en el mundo (poems) (1971)
*Cancionero contra el Mal de Ojo (poems) (1976)
*Los Poemas (1982)
*Novios de Antaño (novel) (1990)
*Desventuras en el País-Jardín-de-Infantes (1993) (*)
*Fantasmas en el Parque (2008)

!!Books for children

*La Mona Jacinta (1960)
*La Familia Polillal (1960)
*Tutú Marambá (1960)
*Circo de Bichos (1961)
*Tres Morrongos (1961)
*El Reino del Revés (poems and songs) (1965)
*Zoo Loco (1965)
*Cuentopos de Gulubú (1966)
*Dailán Kifki (novel) (1966)
*Versos para Cebollitas (1966)
*Versos Folklóricos para Cebollitas (1967)
*Aire Libre (school book) (1967)
*Versos Tradicionales para Cebollitas (1967)
*El Diablo Inglés (short stories) (1970)
*Angelito (1974)
*El País de la Geometría (1974)
*Chaucha y Palito (short stories) (1977)
*Veo Veo (1984)
*Bisa Vuela (1985)
*Los Glegos (1987)
*La Nube Traicionera (1989)


adentro de un despertador."''[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time,\
time to play, which is the best.\
Please give it to me free and not trapped\

to:

adentro de un despertador."''[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time,\
time,\\
time to play, which is the best.\
\\
Please give it to me free and not trapped\trapped\\



and the hand holding the knife,\
for it did a bad job at killing me\
and I carried on singing.\
\
Singing to the sun\
Like the cicada does\
after a year under the ground\
like a survivor\

to:

and the hand holding the knife,\
knife,\\
for it did a bad job at killing me\
me\\
and I carried on singing.\
\
\\
\\
Singing to the sun\
sun\\
Like the cicada does\
does\\
after a year under the ground\
ground\\
like a survivor\survivor\\


adentro de un despertador."''[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time,\\
time to play, which is the best.\\
Please give it to me free and not trapped\\

to:

adentro de un despertador."''[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time,\\
time,\
time to play, which is the best.\\
\
Please give it to me free and not trapped\\trapped\



que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity\\
and the hand holding the knife,\\
for it did a bad job at killing me\\
and I carried on singing.\\
\\
Singing to the sun\\
Like the cicada does\\
after a year under the ground\\
like a survivor\\
who is coming back from war"[[/note]]''

to:

que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm "''[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity\\
adversity,\\
and the hand holding the knife,\\
knife,\
for it did a bad job at killing me\\
me\
and I carried on singing.\\
\\
\
\
Singing to the sun\\
sun\
Like the cicada does\\
does\
after a year under the ground\\
ground\
like a survivor\\
survivor\
who is coming back from war"[[/note]]''war"[[/note]]



Although María Helena was primarily known for his child songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ib9MgC85Go Pedro Aznar]]. Other famous song is [[Song/CartaDeUnLeonAOtro]], played famously by the Rosarian jongleur Juan Carlos Baglietto-.

to:

Although María Helena was primarily known for his child songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ib9MgC85Go Pedro Aznar]]. Other famous song is [[Song/CartaDeUnLeonAOtro]], [[Song/CartaDeUnLeonAOtro]] (''Letter from a Lion to Another''), played famously by the Rosarian jongleur Juan Carlos Baglietto-.Baglietto, among others.
Despite being aknowledgy lesbian, and dating with several artists like Creator/LedaValladares and Creator/SaraFacio, this wasn't a hindrance for her career, that started early with the awarded ''Otoño Imperdonable'' (''"Unforgivable Fall"''), at her '''''seventeen years old'''''.


adentro de un despertador.[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time, <br>time to play, which is the best.<br>Please give it to me free and not trapped<br>Inside a clock.[[/note]]"''

to:

adentro de un despertador.[[note]]I "''[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time, <br>time time,\\
time
to play, which is the best.<br>Please \\
Please
give it to me free and not trapped<br>Inside trapped\\
Inside
a clock.[[/note]]"''[[/note]]



->''"Gracias doy a la desgracia
->y a la mano con puñal
->porque me mató tan mal
->y seguí cantando

->Cantando al sol como la cigarra,
->después de un año bajo la tierra,
->igual que sobreviviente
->que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity <br>and the hand holding the knife,
for it did a bad job at killing me
and I carried on singing.

Singing to the sun
Like the cicada does
after a year under the ground
like a survivor

to:

->''"Gracias doy a la desgracia
->y
desgracia\\
y
a la mano con puñal
->porque
puñal\\
porque
me mató tan mal
->y
mal\\
y
seguí cantando

->Cantando
cantando\\
\\
Cantando
al sol como la cigarra,
->después
cigarra,\\
después
de un año bajo la tierra,
->igual
tierra,\\
igual
que sobreviviente
->que
sobreviviente\\
que
vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity <br>and adversity\\
and
the hand holding the knife,
knife,\\
for it did a bad job at killing me
me\\
and I carried on singing. \n\n\\
\\
Singing to the sun
sun\\
Like the cicada does
does\\
after a year under the ground
ground\\
like a survivor survivor\\


->''"Quiero tiempo pero tiempo no apurado,
->tiempo de jugar que es el mejor.
->Por favor, me lo da suelto y no enjaulado
->adentro de un despertador.[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time, <br>time to play, which is the best.<br>Please give it to me free and not trapped<br>Inside a clock.[[/note]]"''

to:

->''"Quiero tiempo pero tiempo no apurado,
->tiempo
apurado,\\
tiempo
de jugar que es el mejor.
->Por
mejor.\\
Por
favor, me lo da suelto y no enjaulado
->adentro
enjaulado\\
adentro
de un despertador.[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time, <br>time to play, which is the best.<br>Please give it to me free and not trapped<br>Inside a clock.[[/note]]"''



María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially by her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsías (''TheMarchOfOsías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in {{Argentina}} and LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in his heart.
Although María Helena was primarily known for his child songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]],

to:

María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially by her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsías (''TheMarchOfOsías''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsias (''The March Of Osías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in {{Argentina}} and LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in his heart.
Although María Helena was primarily known for his child songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]],Gieco]], and [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1ib9MgC85Go Pedro Aznar]]. Other famous song is [[Song/CartaDeUnLeonAOtro]], played famously by the Rosarian jongleur Juan Carlos Baglietto-.


->que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity <br>and the hand holding the knife, <br> for it did a bad job at killing me <br>and I carried on singing. <br><br>Singing to the sun <br>Like the cicada does <br>after a year under the ground <br>like a survivor <br>who is coming back from war"[[/note]]''

to:

->que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity <br>and the hand holding the knife, <br> knife,
for it did a bad job at killing me <br>and me
and
I carried on singing. <br><br>Singing singing.

Singing
to the sun <br>Like sun
Like
the cicada does <br>after does
after
a year under the ground <br>like ground
like
a survivor <br>who survivor
who
is coming back from war"[[/note]]''


->adentro de un despertador.[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time,
->Time to play, which is the best.
->Please give it to me free and not trapped
->Inside a clock.[[/note]]"''

to:

->adentro de un despertador.[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time,
->Time
time, <br>time to play, which is the best.
->Please
best.<br>Please give it to me free and not trapped
->Inside
trapped<br>Inside a clock.[[/note]]"''



->que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity
->and the hand holding the knife
->for it did a bad job at killing me
->And I carried on singing.

->Singing to the sun
->Like the cicada does
->after a year under the ground
->like a survivor
->who is coming back from war"[[/note]]''

to:

->que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity
->and
adversity <br>and the hand holding the knife
->for
knife, <br> for it did a bad job at killing me
->And
me <br>and I carried on singing.

->Singing
singing. <br><br>Singing to the sun
->Like
sun <br>Like the cicada does
->after
does <br>after a year under the ground
->like
ground <br>like a survivor
->who
survivor <br>who is coming back from war"[[/note]]''

Added DiffLines:

->''"Quiero tiempo pero tiempo no apurado,
->tiempo de jugar que es el mejor.
->Por favor, me lo da suelto y no enjaulado
->adentro de un despertador.[[note]]I want time, but not rushed time,
->Time to play, which is the best.
->Please give it to me free and not trapped
->Inside a clock.[[/note]]"''
-->--'''María Elena Walsh''',''"La Marcha de Osías"''

->''"Gracias doy a la desgracia
->y a la mano con puñal
->porque me mató tan mal
->y seguí cantando

->Cantando al sol como la cigarra,
->después de un año bajo la tierra,
->igual que sobreviviente
->que vuelve de la guerra."[[note]]I'm gratefull to adversity
->and the hand holding the knife
->for it did a bad job at killing me
->And I carried on singing.

->Singing to the sun
->Like the cicada does
->after a year under the ground
->like a survivor
->who is coming back from war"[[/note]]''
-->--'''María Elena Walsh''', ''"Como la cigarra"''

María Elena Walsh was the most renown, cherished and popular of the Argentine poets, singers, songwriters and composers. She was known as a cultural hero and LivingLegend until 2011, when she passed away, specially by her songs and books for children, like Song/LaTortugaManuelita (''Manuelita the Turtle''), Song/LaReinaBatata (''the sweet potato queen''), Song/LaMarchaDeOsías (''TheMarchOfOsías''), or Literature/DailanKifki. Almost every child born in {{Argentina}} and LatinAmerica since she started writing and singing holds a very dear place for her in his heart.
Although María Helena was primarily known for his child songs, she also has written several widely known masterpieces for adults too, and the best example is the song "Song/ComoLaCigarra", which was sung almost as a political and cultural hymn by several popular musicians as [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnxfPBIbcek Mercedes Sosa]], [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEM3qRpjlc0 León Gieco]],

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