Podcast: Consuelo Berges, the voice of rebellious and committed journalism

Olga Aguero

Wednesday, April 3, 2024, 7:42 p.m.

Consuelo Berges was a scholarship recipient at 80 years old. In 1983 she had to request help from the Ministry of Culture to survive by doing translations. The expert in French literature and renowned translator of Stendal, the writer and journalist who overcame two dictatorships and two exiles died in misery. The woman they wanted to make invisible, because she was the daughter of a single mother, because of her critical and rebellious spirit, because of her desire for social regeneration and to vindicate the role of women.

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