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Modelo Y Subversion En La Poetica De Leonidas Lamborghini

Modelo Y Subversion En La Poetica De Leonidas Lamborghini (Hardback)

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Leonidas Lamborghini is one of the most well-known, but least studied, contemporaneous Argentinean poets. This work examines the influence of Argentina's tumultuous past on his poetic compositions. The text is in Spanish. During the last dictatorship in Argentina of the 'Junta Militar' and the Falklands War, tens of thousands of people were killed or 'disappeared' and others, more fortunate, forced to taste the bitter flavor of exile. A huge number of the persecuted were artists and intellectuals who denounced and opposed state terror through their plays, paintings, poems, music, dance, and movies. Ten thousand miles away, Leonidas Lamborghini built an exquistie 'lunfardo' lyric with a fine network of categories that state, in a nostalgic atmosphere, the bloody and silenced Argentinean reality of those years. But at the same time, in a divergent movement, Lamborghini conveys a suggestive and enthusiastic sense of wit that releases him from the boulevard of the dark side and moves to a lighter and more encouraging position from which to observe the tragedy.

Essays & WritingLiterary CriticismLiterary studies: poetry & poets Publisher: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd Publication Date: 01/01/2008 ISBN-13: 9780773448841  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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