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Salome Decapitada

Author : Tina Escaja
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Delmira Agustini nace y publica en un período de crisis de valores que extiende las inquietudes del final de siglo XIX a las primeras décadas del XX. Su condición de mujer complica e ilustra al mismo tiempo la multiplicidad del fenómeno del modernismo hispánico. El presente volumen propone nuevas alternativas de aproximación al modernismo a través del análisis de la obra de Delmira Agustini, una autora integrada a los valores fetichistas de su época al tiempo que los amplia y supera con un virtuosismo sin precedentes. La implicación estética de Agustini en el modernismo y la modernidad convive, por lo tanto, con la relativización de esos mismos conceptos al presentarse el objeto tradicional femenino como sujeto hablante susceptible de univocidad y trascendencia. Así sucede en la utilización e implícita corrección de ciertos mitos como Pigmalión, Salomé, Leda y el cisne, mitos que la autora personaliza y subvierte al articularlos desde una voz lírica que explicita su condición deseante de mujer. Con su propuesta transgresora, Delmira Agustini plantea una modernidad discrepante de las nociones del poder que resultan ineficaces al abordar la problemática de la escritora latinoamericana. "Salomé decapitada" remite entonces a la ex-centricidad de una autora que se atrevió a formular su visión poética, convirtiéndola en una de las voces más poderosas y singulares de la literatura iberoamericana.

Colaterales Collateral

Author : Dinapiera Di Donato
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A winner of the prestigious poetry award named for the Nobel laureate Octavio Paz—in a special bilingual edition featuring English and Spanish translations. These poems were written during days spent clearing river debris while the author was living along the Hudson River in Manhattan. They speak of these wanderings in the imaginary landscape of a nomadic subject who erases and rewrites. This volume by Venezuelan poet Dinapiera di Donato earned the Paz Prize for Poetry, presented by the National Poetry Series and The Center at Miami Dade College.

Veinticinco Poemas

Author : Ricardo Pau-Llosa
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Dependence Independence and Death

Author : William James
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Dependence, Independence, and Death: Toward a Psychobiography of Delmira Agustini depicts the life of Uruguayan poet Delmira Agustini (1886-1914) based on her poems and other writings. These works give evidence of two constructs related to a psychological conflict in her life. The first is a dependence/independence dichotomy, thematized as a polarized love relationship between speaker and Other, who can represent two individuals or dual aspects of the poet's self. The second involves the poet's fascination with death, which becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy when she is murdered by her ex-husband at the age of twenty-seven.

An Anthology of Spanish American Literature

Author : John E. Englekirk
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Stories and Poems Cuentos y Poes as

Author : Rubén Darío
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Rich selection of works by Nicaraguan writer Rubén Darío, the high priest of the modernismo school of literature, features poems and stories from Azul (Blue), Prosas profanas (Worldly Hymns), and others.

Revista contempor nea

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An Anthology of the Modernista Movement in Spanish America

Author : Alfred Coester
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El Corno emplumado

Author : Sergio Mondragón
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Love Poems from Spain Spanish America

Author : Perry Higman
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Presents a collection of seventy poems, from the thirteenth through twentieth centuries, from a variety of Spanish authors.

Eva

Author : Ivonne Lastra
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El Buscapi de Cervantes con un discurso preliminar y notas de Adolfo de Castro Obra corregida y aumentada en esta cuarta edicion

Author : Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
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Hispanofila

Author : Alva Vernon Ebersole
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Modern Women Poets of Spanish America

Author : Sidonia Carmen Rosenbaum
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Mid American Review

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Selected Poems of Rub n Dar o

Author : Ruben Dario
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This bilingial authority in Spanish and English presents essential poems from every period of Ruben Dario, together with a comprehensive introduction, chronology, bibliography, selected studies, and an extensive glossary of terms and allusions. As such it is unique. This representative translation is based on rigorously authenticated texts and rendered to suggest the intellectual and musical tone of the original.

FF Communications

Author : Folklore Fellows
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Indiana Journal of Hispanic Literatures

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Mantis

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Modernismo Modernity and the Development of Spanish American Literature

Author : Cathy L. Jrade
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Modernismo arose in Spanish American literature as a confrontation with and a response to modernizing forces that were transforming Spanish American society in the later nineteenth century. In this book, Cathy L . Jrade undertakes a full exploration of the modernista project and shows how it provided a foundation for trends and movements that have continued to shape literary production in Spanish America throughout the twentieth century. Jrade opens with a systematic consideration of the development of modernismo and then proceeds with detailed analyses of works--poetry, narrative, and essays--that typified and altered the movement's course. In this way, she situates the writing of key authors, such as Ruben Dario, Jose Marti, and Leopoldo Lugones, within the overall modernista project and traces modernismo's influence on subsequent generations of writers. Jrade's analysis reclaims the power of the visionary stance taken by these creative intellectuals. She firmly abolishes any lingering tendency to associate modernismo with affectation and effete elegance, revealing instead how the modernistas' new literary language expressed their profound political and epistemological concerns.