Politics and Public Space in Contemporary Argentine Poetry

2012. Sketching non-lyric discourses in contemporary poetry. In Non-lyric
discourses in contemporary poetry, ed. Burghard ... Bécquer, Gustavo Adolfo.
1972. Rimas y leyendas. Madrid: Espasa Calpe. Belli, Gioconda. 1989. Poesía


Author: Ben Bollig

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781137588593

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 279

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This book addresses the connection between political themes and literary form in the most recent Argentine poetry. Ben Bollig uses the concepts of “lyric” and “state” as twin coordinates for both an assessment of how Argentinian poets have conceived a political role for their work and how poems come to speak to us about politics. Drawing on concepts from contemporary literary theory, this striking study combines textual analysis with historical research to shed light on the ways in which new modes of circulation help to shape poetry today.

Description of Situations

In: Yanadie se llamará como yo + Poesía reunida (1998–2012). Seix Barral,
Barcelona, pp 209–313 Kant I ... Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, pp 58–72
Quine WVO (1976 (1972)) The limits of knowledge. In: The ways of paradox and
other ...


Author: Nuno Venturinha

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783030001544

Category: Philosophy

Page: 96

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This book approaches classic epistemological problems from a contextualist perspective. The author takes as his point of departure the fact that we are situated beings, more specifically that every single moment in our lives is already given within the framework of a specific context in the midst of which we understand ourselves and what surrounds us. In the process of his investigation, the author explores, in a fresh way, the works of key thinkers in epistemology. These include Bernard Bolzano, René Descartes, Gottlob Frege, Edmund Husserl, Immanuel Kant and Ludwig Wittgenstein, but also contemporary authors such as Stewart Cohen, Keith DeRose, David Lewis, Duncan Pritchard, Ernest Sosa and Charles Travis. Some of the topics covered are attributions of knowledge, the correspondence theory of truth, objectivity and subjectivity, possible worlds, primary and secondary evidence, scepticism, transcendentalism and relativism. The book also introduces a new contextualist thought-experiment for dealing with moral questions. Contextualism has received a great deal of attention in contemporary epistemology. It has the potential to resolve a number of issues that traditional epistemological approaches cannot address. In particular, a contextualist view opens the way to an understanding of those cognitive processes that require situational information to be fully grasped. However, contextualism poses serious difficulties in regard to epistemic invariance. This book offers readers an innovative approach to some fundamental questions in this field.

Portraits of Medea in Portugal during the 20th and 21st centuries

Andrade, O. (1972) “Manifesto Pau-Brasil”, in Andrade, O. (1972) Rio de Janeiro,
Mec/ Civilização Brasileira:3–10. Andresen ... Brandão, F. H. P. (2006) Obra
Breve/Poesia Reunida. ... Gondicas, M., Judet de la Combe, P. (2012) Euripide.


Author: Andrés Pociña Pérez

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004383395

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 314

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The central episode in the Portuguese rewritings of Medea is the break between the Asiatic princess and Jason, on the one hand, and Medea’s killing of their children in retaliation, on the other. The enthusiasm for the great classical plots and the challenge to remodel the Classics are the main motivation behind the Portuguese rewritings.

Queer Transitions in Contemporary Spanish Culture

Certainly, this discomfort has helped her to produce an extensive body of works.
Since she moved to Spain in 1972, Peri Rossi has published five novels, eleven
short story collections, twelve books of poetry (now collected in Poesía reunida),


Author: Gema Perez-Sanchez

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 9780791479773

Category: Social Science

Page: 273

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Offers a sustained analysis of both high and low queer culture and its connections to cultural and political processes in Spain.

The Militant Song Movement in Latin America

2012 [1988]. El género gauchesco: Un tratado sobre la patria. Buenos Aires:
Eterna Cadencia. Luft, Murray. 1996. “Latin American Protest Music: ... 1972 [
1916]. El Payador. Buenos Aires: Huemul. Luna, Félix and Ariel Ramírez. 1991. “
Juana Azurduy.” In Mujeres argentinas. ... Concepción: Ediciones Literatura
Americana Reunida. ———. 1995. ... Caminos de la nueva poesía (1973–1988).
(Separata) ...


Author: Pablo Vila

Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 9780739183250

Category: History

Page: 292

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Latin America in the 1960s and 1970s underwent a profound and often violent process of social change. From the Cuban Revolution to the massive guerrilla movements in Argentina, Uruguay, Peru, Colombia, and most of Central America, to the democratic socialist experiment of Allende in Chile, to the increased popularity of socialist-oriented parties in Uruguay, or para-socialist movements, such as the Juventud Peronista in Argentina, the idea of social change was in the air. Although this topic has been explored from a political and social point of view, there is an aspect that has remained fairly unexplored. The cultural—and especially musical—dimension of this movement, so vital in order to comprehend the extent of its emotional appeal, has not been fully documented. Without an account of how music was pervasively used in the construction of the emotional components that always accompany political action, any explanation of what occurred in Latin America during that period will be always partial. This book is an initial attempt to overcome this deficit. In this collection of essays, we examine the history of the militant song movement in Chile, Uruguay, and Argentina at the peak of its popularity (from the mid-1960s to the coup d’états in the mid-1970s), considering their different political stances and musical deportments. Throughout the book, the contribution of the most important musicians of the movement (Violeta Parra, Víctor Jara, Patricio Manns, Quilapayún, Inti-Illimani, etc., in Chile; Daniel Viglietti, Alfredo Zitarrosa, Los Olimareños, etc., in Uruguay; Atahualpa Yupanqui, Horacio Guarany, Mercedes Sosa, Marian Farías Gómez, Armando Tejada Gómez, César Isella, Víctor Heredia, Los Trovadores, etc., in Argentina) are highlighted; and some of the most important conceptual extended oeuvres of the period (called “cantatas”) are analyzed (such as “La Cantata Popular Santa María de Iquique” in the Chilean case and “Montoneros” in the Argentine case). The contributors to the collection deal with the complex relationship that the aesthetic of the movement established between the political content of the lyrics and the musical and performative aspects of the most popular songs of the period.



Author: University of Texas. Library. Latin American Collection


ISBN: UOM:39015082903595

Category: Latin America


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