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Homogeneidad Dentro de la Heterogeneidad: Un Estudio Tematico del Modernismo Poetico Latinoamericano

Homogeneidad Dentro de la Heterogeneidad: Un Estudio Tematico del Modernismo Poetico Latinoamericano (Hardback)

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Homogeneidad dentro de la heterogeneidad: Un estudio tematico del Modernismo poetico latinoamericano estudia detalladamente la poesia modernista latinoamericana de mas de dos decenas de poetas y con mas de una centena de poemas ilustra tanto las similitudes como las vastas diferencias entre la tematica modernista. Con este enfoque se combate la tan persistente actitud critica de reducir a un par de frases lo que fue en realidad una amplia produccion artistica encaramada entre el tumultuoso crucero de los siglos diecinueve y veinte. Nuestro detallado enfoque en el texto poetico, ademas, vuelve a lo que muy recientemente estaba en boga rechazar: el texto en si. En terminos de la religion y la divinidad, el amor, la existencia, la sociedad, el poeta y el arte, los modernistas siguieron en buena parte las mismas vetas tematicas que en muchos casos se contradecian; contradicciones que en realidad permean el Modernismo porque era una crisis de los artistas que buscaban expresar en el mejor verso posible una realidad que les tormentaba.

Aqui encontramos a los modernistas preocupados por su realidad: la impureza del amor, la corrupcion social, la injusticia economica, la indiferencia hacia el arte (especialmente la poesia), la identidad hispanica en peligro, la perdida de la fe, la distancia entre los hombres y la divinidad, y sobre todo, una crisis existencial que los llevo a la desesperacion y la busqueda de refugio donde en muchos casos acudian a lo mismo que repudiaban: la sociedad podrida, el amor impuro, el dios menguo, el anhelo a lo material; y en fin, al escapismo.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: generalLanguages with Grant & Cutler Publisher: Peter Lang Publishing Inc Publication Date: 27/01/2009 ISBN-13: 9781433103537  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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El autor: Rigoberto Guevara adquirio su Ph.D. en la Universidad Estatal de Arizona. El es ahora Profesor Asociado en el Departamento de Lenguas y Literaturas de la Universidad de Nebraska-Lincoln. Su area de especializacion y publicacion es la poesia modernista latinoamericana y narrativa, historia y cultura de Iberoamerica.

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