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No sólo por las noches navegan los fantasmas: Nada queda atrás y la poesía de Carlos Alberto Trujillo
Faúndez V,Edson;
Acta literaria , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482009000100009
Abstract: the poetic texts of nada queda atrás (2007) reveal fundamental aspects of carlos alberto trujillo’s poetics such as the signification of the gaze, the resistance to limits and literature as the possibility of healing and good health.
El territorio y el testigo en la poesía chilena de la Transición
Sepúlveda Eriz,Magda;
Estudios filológicos , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0071-17132010000100007
Abstract: chilean poetry written during the transition post authoritarian period by writers initiated into this cultural field, created the voice of an impossible witness (agamben) who represented the bodies thrown overboard and expanded this image to all the subjectivities wiped out. javier bello, germán carrasco, alejandra del rio, verónica jimenez, andrés anwandter and antonia torres gave to the voice of the murdered who came back from death the power of referring to beloved objects that have been lost: territories, cities, popular communities and very many loses.
EL DISCURSO DE LA EXTRA?EZA EN LA POESíA MAPUCHE HUILLICHE
álvarez-Santullano B,Pilar; Barraza J,Eduardo;
Alpha (Osorno) , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22012011000100009
Abstract: speech are a social construction which brings about, distribute, empower and transforms knowledge. in this social circulation, discourse is poured into different genres, be they referential or literary. we are interested in a reflection over one of these types of discourse which we have called the speech of strangeness -emanating from “de chilensibus, a poem from the book arco de interrogaciones (by bernardo colipán)- whose emergence is situated in the chronicler′s texts and is discontinuously entertwined to appear, in reality, refloated in huilliche poetry, now as an appropriated discourse, translated and placed in evidence in the inestability of its logical structure and in the game of confronted historicities.
Representaciones de Santiago en Huellas de Siglo de Carmen Berenguer: La ciudad burdel
Sepúlveda,Magda;
Literatura y lingüística , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-58112008000100007
Abstract: thecity, insertedintheflowsofcapitalism,wascompared by baudelaireand his reader benjamín with the prostítute. in another context, neoliberal and dictatorial, the chilean poet carmen berenguer brings up to date the topic \n huellas de siglo ^986). berenguer claimsthat the wholecity has become a brothel whereeverything is a good, and so political and class differences give up. the poet shows thatwhenachieving the mercantilecharacterof the ideal citizenship paradigm, a softening process of the individual was necessary, which results in a consumen.
LA ESCENA DEL CRIMEN: CIUDAD Y POESíA EN LA TRANSICIóN CHILENA
Valenzuela Prado,Luis;
Alpha (Osorno) , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-22012011000100005
Abstract: a permanent flow of heterogeneous stream converge into lightening and consent of chilean transition. the government represents one of the streams, as regards to recover and increase the citizenship confidence; citizenship security, that grants the look after.nevertheless, the presence of an unknown subject, criminal (2003), who?s treatment is presented in jaime pinos, collection of poems, makes an impression of this function. the poetic dramatization of this subject represents the chaos of the consensus and the spot in the white.
Historia y escritura corporal en la poesía chilena y canadiense contemporánea
Nómez,Naín; Moraga,Fernanda;
Atenea (Concepción) , 2006, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-04622006000200004
Abstract: this paper establishes a panoramic journey through different textual strategies that chilean and canadian women poets have used from the end of the nineteenth century up until the end of the twentieth century. specific contexts and geographic and cultural differences are analysed, but we also show certain common foundations related to writing-body relationships and subject construction that seek to install a personal and collective history through a rupturist and critical discourse
La poesía chilena: Representaciones de terror y fragmentación del sujeto en los primeros a?os de dictadura
NóMEZ,NAíN;
Acta literaria , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482008000100007
Abstract: the objective of this article is to analyze the poetic representations during the first period of the chilean dictatorship, with special attention to the development of political and aesthetic reconstructions. conceptions such as the fallen reason, lost paradise nostalgia, need to reconstruct history, search for new languages, configurate a map of diverse discourse strategies in chile as well as outside the country. all of them, shape a singular and specific matrix of great perspectives for the later poetic production.
El ritmo como expresión de lo erótico en la poesía de Gonzalo Rojas
OSTRIA GONZáLEZ,MAURICIO;
Acta literaria , 2003, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482003002800010
Abstract: poetic writing, just because of its condition of writing, does not contain in its physical substance the concrete sounds, intonations, or rithms which characterize any actually spoken sequence, but it contains only the acoustic images that correspond to distinctive sound units. nevertheless, it firmly conserves its links to orality (like a musical staff); therefore, the persistence of sonority in poetry preserves it as a phenomenon that, in spite its scriptural support, maintains its sonorous virtuality, so that a poetry reader "listens in his mind, behind the written words, their oral music" (octavio paz). this is what fully happens with gonzalo rojas' lyrical discourse. the poet not only prefers to read aloud his prologues and presentations, but also in his poems often resorts to suggestions of orality, which include all types of procedures that project it on the written page. this is especially evident in love rithms
Las estrategias del silencio: Pedro Llastra y la postvanguardia chilena
GOMES,MIGUEL;
Acta literaria , 2005, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-68482005000200007
Abstract: this article discursses how pedro lastra's reflects the complexities of a period usually known in the spanish american tradition as "the post vanguard". it specifically focuses on how his work revises the legacy of the most important chilean avant-garde poets
La ambivalente representación del roto en la poesía popular chilena
Tala Ruiz,Pamela;
Estudios filológicos , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0071-17132011000200009
Abstract: this article examines the ambivalent representation of the figure of the "roto" in chilean popular poetry printed between the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. in here it is questioned how this is built-not from the official, but from the popular culture- on one side there is a celebration of the popular figure of the "roto" as a representative of the nation (as the anonymous soldier who fights against foreign threats) and on the other, a rejection within his same social group (since it is associated with vagrancy, theft and instability). we note, in this way, that the representation of the "roto" in these poems is another example of the complex identity in these texts of the subjects of enunciation called themselves "popular".
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