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Needless to say, the concept of modernismo presented in many of the literary works that evoke it today is significantly different from that which pefro until recently in some literary histories of Spanish America. Editorial Nacional de Cuba,p.
The name of the highly successful publishing house that Blanco-Fombona founded in Madrid in is equally telling: The earth creaks, breaking into pieces The city, fear leads to agreement, Servant and master join in an embrace: Nowhere is his debt to those earlier writers more evident than in his chronicles. Nevertheless, he too had begun his literary career in journalism; in he had founded the scholarly journal Revista Nacional de Literatura y Ciencias Sociales National Review of Literature and Social Sciences.
In every one the new blood boils. Sickness, Hunger, and Vice? Their literary vocation was always subordinate to the demands of helping to build the new nations in which they lived. Semiramis is a baroque prototype of the nineteenth-century femme fatale, and she prefigures what the little girl-acrobat may well grow up to become.
Originally published as an integral work, Ariel may be divided into six sections, besides the prologue and the epilogue. Carefully composed in short, vivid sentences, this segment abounds in pictorial images, ironic asides, and artistic allusions to the light and colors of the fire: Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes,p.
Five Faces of Modernity: The nightmare, which consists of a vision of universal deluge, ends with Magda falling from the top of a stone cross onto a granite obelisk after having her eyes pierced by the beaks of owls.
A Companion to American Cultural History. Please do not take this letter as the pretentious lesson one writer aims to give another.
At other times, guitar strumming could be heard: The celebrity that the Argentine Lugones enjoyed during his lifetime has been almost totally eclipsed with the years. However, the modernistas approached the issue of the relationship between the literary work and its social context with cautious skepticism.
This was the case with modernista poetry, whose aestheticism was quickly turned into a new standard of taste, adopted even by the middle and working classes, and whose penchant for musicality drew the attention of the popular musicians who catered to those classes.
It is not merely that contraries meet, in the sense in which love and hatred resemble one another more than either resembles indifference.
A Companion to Spanish American Modernismo (Monografías A)
Words must be resplendent like gold, light like wings, solid like marble. How could modernismo live up to its promise of modernity? Quiroga, who began his career as a modernista, is to the genre of the short story what Pedr Herrera y Reissig is to modernista verse: A Companion to Hegel.
And I traveled through it, entranced. A classic summary of the history and development of the modernista short story. Such unawareness of what one wants! Shots of all sorts of places, exotic vistas, strange and fantastic vistas. In Cuba, journals founded by modernista sympathizers, such as La Habana Elegante —96 and La Habana Literaria founded ingave pride of place in their pages to poets such as Casal.
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All is expansion, communication, florescence, contagion, diffusion. One evening, just before dying, the ape speaks his last and only words: Paz, Los hijos del limo, p. Modernista eroticism is frequently evoked in this novel through allusions to vallenato songs, a genre of Colombian popular music whose lyrics often reflected the influence of modernista aesthetics.
The protagonist and narrator, James Leen, is an eccentric English professor and expatriate living in Buenos Aires who tells his story to a group of friends in a beer hall.
He focused on matters of the day: Consejo Nacional de Cultura,