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His restless and intense life, which combined a deeply felt nationalism with a praod refined and cosmopolitan approach to culture and the arts in general, had a profound effect on the Spanish American writers of his own and of younger generations.

Cornell University Press,pp. See also Gustave Flaubert, Correspondance, ed. In his deeply troubled life, he veered from one extreme to the other, beginning his career as a young socialist poet and ending it as a fascist. Sensations of Egypt, Historia de la novela hispanoamericana Valparaiso: Perspectives in Post-Structuralist Criticism, ed.

Does not Charles show himself, by his behavior after her death, her true husband, as wedded to the forms of romantic nostalgia as she ever was? He approaches and propositions her. To a certain extent, it might be said that, just as the narrator studies the ape, Lugones himself studies the narrator in the manner of a clinical case. In the memory of friends that also dies out…! Imaginative and sophisticated readings of modernista texts from a sociocritical point of view.


Pedo and the Idea of Human Interiority, — London: Academia Venezolana de la Lengua,p. The way was thus open for other, younger modernistas to make their mark in the essay genre.

A Companion to Spanish American Modernismo (Monografías A)

A Companion To Television. How could modernismo live up to its promise of modernity? Flaubert and Postmodernism Lincoln, NE: Like the eighteenth-century Irish satirist, Lugones shows in these stories a grim and mordant vision of humanity. This more technical use of the term posmodernismo is today often confused with the term posmodernidad [Postmodernity], which refers to a new concept of art and culture developed during the late s and s in Europe and the Americas.

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Consejo Nacional de Cultura,I, p. To my knowledge, only two important modernistas wrote more or less substantial essays about Flaubert. In he returned to Nicaragua, and remained in the Central American region until All is expansion, communication, contagion, diffusion.

Illness as Metaphor New York: Conversaciones con Plinio Apuleyo Mendoza Barcelona: A wide-ranging anthology of essays by many of the major critics of modernismo up to the s.

Decadence, it should llbro remembered, was regarded by its followers as an almost inevitable fate. His comments were not always laudatory he did not, for instance, like the paintings of the Cubists, and he deplored the state of French criticismbut in any case his readers were enlightened by his articles, and more often than not they were subjected to the contagiousness of unabashed enthusiasm.


Increasingly, critics are less interested in the answers this founder of modernismo alwino to the political, cultural, and literary dilemmas of his time than in his questions, which greatly resemble those of our own times. Most of the major Spanish American novels may be read as allegories about the conversion of Spanish American writers into intellectuals. 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.

They also experimented with narrative themes and techniques, rehearsing materials they would develop into short stories and novels. He hated useless words and pompous adjectives. Although, like everyone else in the city, Juan admires the beauty of Sol del Valle, he never shows a romantic interest in her.

At their worst, these readings are trivial attempts to show that major modernistas were closet homosexuals. Between two words he always took a psdro puff of his cigar.

The name of the highly successful publishing house that Blanco-Fombona founded in Madrid in is equally telling: It is interesting to note that most of the works I have mentioned so far are in prose: Leconte de Lisle turns Hellenic poetry into French verse.