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Full-Text Articles in Modern Literature

Frontmatter Oct 1983

Frontmatter

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Advertencia Preliminar, Pedro Lastra, Luis Eyzaguirre Oct 1983

Advertencia Preliminar, Pedro Lastra, Luis Eyzaguirre

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Poemas De Un Joven Que Quiso Ser Otro, George Yúdice Oct 1983

Poemas De Un Joven Que Quiso Ser Otro, George Yúdice

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


La Poesía De Gonzalo Rojas, Marcelo Coddou Oct 1983

La Poesía De Gonzalo Rojas, Marcelo Coddou

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


La Poesía De Eliseo Diego (Entrevista Con El Poeta), Emilio Bejel Oct 1983

La Poesía De Eliseo Diego (Entrevista Con El Poeta), Emilio Bejel

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Alvaro Mutis O La Transitoriedad De La Palabra Poética, Luis Eyzaguirre Oct 1983

Alvaro Mutis O La Transitoriedad De La Palabra Poética, Luis Eyzaguirre

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

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En Alabanza De Carlos Germán Belli, Enrique Lihn Oct 1983

En Alabanza De Carlos Germán Belli, Enrique Lihn

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Territorios De La Historia, Alicia Borinsky Oct 1983

Territorios De La Historia, Alicia Borinsky

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Juan Gelman O El Dolor De Los Otros, Jaime Giordano Oct 1983

Juan Gelman O El Dolor De Los Otros, Jaime Giordano

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Paradoja Del Arco: La Poesía De Oscar Hahn, Gabriel Rosado Oct 1983

Paradoja Del Arco: La Poesía De Oscar Hahn, Gabriel Rosado

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


El Pan Y Las Palabras: Poesía De Eugenio Montejo, Pedro Lastra Oct 1983

El Pan Y Las Palabras: Poesía De Eugenio Montejo, Pedro Lastra

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


La Palabra En Pizarnik O El Miedo De Narciso, Lida Aronne-Amestoy Oct 1983

La Palabra En Pizarnik O El Miedo De Narciso, Lida Aronne-Amestoy

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

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Realidad De Papel: 'Máscaras Y Voces En La Poesía De José Emilio Pacheco', Lilvia Soto-Duggan Oct 1983

Realidad De Papel: 'Máscaras Y Voces En La Poesía De José Emilio Pacheco', Lilvia Soto-Duggan

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Sobre Antonio Cisneros, Alberto Escobar Oct 1983

Sobre Antonio Cisneros, Alberto Escobar

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Serie Bibliográfica Inti Iv: César Vallejo, Por John B. Margenot Iii Oct 1983

Serie Bibliográfica Inti Iv: César Vallejo, Por John B. Margenot Iii

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Colaboradores Oct 1983

Colaboradores

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


La Poesía De Jaime Saenz, Oscar Rivera-Rodas Oct 1983

La Poesía De Jaime Saenz, Oscar Rivera-Rodas

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Ernesto Cardenal, Poeta De La Resurrección, Edgar O'Hara Oct 1983

Ernesto Cardenal, Poeta De La Resurrección, Edgar O'Hara

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Notas Sobre La Poesía Hispanoamericana, Pedro Lastra Oct 1983

Notas Sobre La Poesía Hispanoamericana, Pedro Lastra

Inti: Revista de literatura hispánica

No abstract provided.


Introduction, James K. Lyon Sep 1983

Introduction, James K. Lyon

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Introduction to the special issue on Paul Celan


Comedy And Significance In Proust’S Recherche: Freud And The Baron De Charlus, David R. Ellison May 1983

Comedy And Significance In Proust’S Recherche: Freud And The Baron De Charlus, David R. Ellison

Modern Languages and Literatures Articles and Papers

An abstract for this item is not available.


Credentialism As Monopoly, Class War, And Socialization Scheme: Some Historical Reflections On Modern Ways Of Determining Who Can Do A Job, Paul A. Olson Jan 1983

Credentialism As Monopoly, Class War, And Socialization Scheme: Some Historical Reflections On Modern Ways Of Determining Who Can Do A Job, Paul A. Olson

Faculty Publications -- Department of English

Social theorists in earlier periods have looked at credentialing from the perspective of its service to the economic or social system as opposed to its “protection of the public interest.” Adam Smith regarded the long education and the performance tests that the guilds required as monopolistic constraints on production; Karl Marx saw the same guild system as controlled by the propertied classes and uselessly exclusionary; and Emile Durkheim, unlike both Smith and Marx, regarded the occupational group with its entrance requirements as central to the stability of modern society. The application of the principles of Smith, Marx, and Durkheim, in ...


Origenes Del Costumbrismo Etico-Social, Gioconda Marun Jan 1983

Origenes Del Costumbrismo Etico-Social, Gioconda Marun

Modern Languages Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


Towards A Poetry Of Silence: Stéphane Mallarmé And Juan Ramón Jiménez, Mervyn Coke-Enguídanos Jan 1983

Towards A Poetry Of Silence: Stéphane Mallarmé And Juan Ramón Jiménez, Mervyn Coke-Enguídanos

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

In an era of apparent dissolution, "la Obra" of Juan Ramón Jiménez, like "l'Oeuvre" of Stéphane Mallarmé, has for its goal the attainment of timelessness. In both poets, the concept of absolute Time—the timelessness of eternal Time—is yoked with the ideal of silence. But this is no ordinary silence, and certainly not the kind that results from inadequacy of expression. It is the silence of perfection, the expression of the ineffable: pure Poetry. Since the poetic language is the silent language of thought, both Mallarmé and Juan Ramón seek to convey the pure idea. In so doing ...


Introduction: Juan Ramón Jiménez (1881-1958): A Perspective, Howard T. Young Jan 1983

Introduction: Juan Ramón Jiménez (1881-1958): A Perspective, Howard T. Young

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Introduction to the special issue.


An Inquiry Into Juan Ramon's Interest In Walter Pater, John C. Wilcox Jan 1983

An Inquiry Into Juan Ramon's Interest In Walter Pater, John C. Wilcox

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

The evidence for Juan Ramon's interest in Pater, which began around 1920 and was still active twenty years later, is discussed in this paper. Pater's view of death and dying and his attitude toward the decadent persona are described in so far as they indicate the spiritual affinity that exists between him and Juan Ramón. Pater's aesthetic idealism, and the presence of similar ideals in Juan Ramon's own work are then examined. The second part of the paper concentrates on the great interest Juan Ramón took in Pater's evocation of the Mona Lisa. The potential ...


The Literary Criticism And Memoirs Of Juan Ramón Jiménez, Allen W. Phillips Jan 1983

The Literary Criticism And Memoirs Of Juan Ramón Jiménez, Allen W. Phillips

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Equally as demanding of others as he was of himself, Juan Ramón Jiménez conceived of literary criticism as a serious and exacting task. The critic and the poet, standing side by side, are devoted to complementary activities of mutual enrichment. However fragmentary and partial the critical opinions of Juan Ramón may be (also outspoken and polemical in nature), they are invaluable as a personal historical and aesthetic guide to about fifty or sixty years of Hispanic literary development (1900-1960). Not to take them into account is to fail to recognize a highly important aspect of his total artistic personality. These ...


Juan Ramón Jiménez And Nietzsche, John P. Devlin Jan 1983

Juan Ramón Jiménez And Nietzsche, John P. Devlin

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

The young Juan Ramón Jiménez shared the enthusiasm for the writings of Nietzsche prevalent among his contemporaries. More significant are the interest in and affinity with Nietzsche which persisted into the poet's maturity. Jiménez found in Nietzsche not only a man of ideas but a poet who claimed to be a potent spiritual force. Both writers held that the modern age could recover a sense of spiritual integrity through the will of the individual to live and interpret human existence as an aesthetic phenomenon. Nietzsche's views on the nature of art and the role of the artist helped ...


"The Universal Andalusian," "The Zealous Andalusian," And The "Andalusian Elegy.", Richard A. Cardwell Jan 1983

"The Universal Andalusian," "The Zealous Andalusian," And The "Andalusian Elegy.", Richard A. Cardwell

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Biographers and critics have been content to repeat Juan Ramón Jiménez' own comments concerning the influence upon him of Krausism, the Institución Libre de Enseñanza and the personality and model of Francisco Giner de los Ríos. In general, little discussion of the nature of that contact and virtually no evidence for arguing the importance or the shape of Krausist ethos on Jiménez' intellectual formation have been adduced. In previous studies I have considered Jiménez' literary apprenticeship in the light of the Krausist contacts. In the present study I further contend that Platero у уо, arguably his best known work, represents ...


Construction And Deconstruction: The Theme Of Fleetingness In Poems By Juan Ramón Jiménez, And Pedro Salinas, Andrew P. Debicki Jan 1983

Construction And Deconstruction: The Theme Of Fleetingness In Poems By Juan Ramón Jiménez, And Pedro Salinas, Andrew P. Debicki

Studies in 20th & 21st Century Literature

Both Juan Ramón Jiménez and Salinas reveal in their poems a striving to capture the essences of things, continuing in this quest a tradition coming to them from symbolist poetry. By examining several poems written by them, however, we discover a basic difference in their way of embodying this striving. Juan Ramón, concerned with the perfection of form, remains within a logocentric tradition in which the poem attempts to embody its meanings objectively; Salinas, on the other hand, writes poems the meanings of which evolve with successive readings and reflect the theme of reality's fleetingness. A close analysis of ...