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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:Spanish
Record Number:52873
Doc. No:TL22827
Call number:‭3171897‬
Main Entry:Julia Medina
Title & Author:The poet, the journalist and the politician: Critical intervention of Rubén Darío, Enrique Guzmán and Augusto C. SandinoJulia Medina
College:University of California, Davis
Date:2005
Degree:Ph.D.
student score:2005
Page No:233
Abstract:My research focuses on certain intermediary genres that mark the onset of a local form of modernity in Central America. Although supplemental to the main literary corpus of the time, autobiographies, prefaces and chronicles, poetic and political manifestos—as well as the photographs that often accompanied them—serve especially well as a basis from which to analyze the functions and modes of the (self) representation of local intellectuals. Such genres are the textual manifestations through which individuals situate their encounters with their own time and space. Through an immanent analysis of what can be called textual porosities, or subordinate forms, I explore the correspondence between these forms and their historical moment and geographic space, tracing in particular the development of increasing intellectual specialization in Central American modernity. Despite the specificity of my research, it offers an alternative method for interpreting forms that defy the standard definition of literature, such as the chronicles of José Martí and the writings of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento. Analyzing non-traditional literary forms implies participating in theoretical debates regarding form and content and subject/object binaries, of literature in Latin America. My perspective emphasizes the dynamic dialectic of form and content that determines the literary manifestations in relation to their constituting historical forces; not only in terms of the texts themselves, but also with respect to the social structures that they reproduce.
Subject:Social sciences; Language, literature and linguistics; Critical intervention; Dario, Ruben; Guzman, Enrique; Journalist; Nicaragua; Poet; Politician; Sandino, Augusto C.; Spanish text; Latin American literature; Economic history; Economic theory; Biographies; Latin American history; 0304:Biographies; 0511:Economic theory; 0509:Economic history; 0336:Latin American history; 0312:Latin American literature
Added Entry:University of California, Davis