Malos Tiempos Para La Lírica: Poesía Y Cancelación Del Espacio Público
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CitationVaron Gonzalez, Carlos. 2015. Malos Tiempos Para La Lírica: Poesía Y Cancelación Del Espacio Público. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts & Sciences.
AbstractThis dissertation studies the sociopolitical place of poetry in Transatlantic Hispanic culture within different crises of the public realm in the wake of the Spanish Civil War. It locates a tradition of authors who question autonomy as “integrity” or “wholeness” and who produce “broken”, “unfinished”, “absent” and “unimaginable” poems. The investigation of this trope helps discover how literature understands itself in relation to war, concentration camps, dictatorship, and post-dictatorship. Authors include: César Vallejo, María Zambrano, Max Aub, Gabriel Ferrater, and Roberto Bolaño.
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