Alí Calderón: The lyrical reconstruction of the history of mexican culture

The poetry of recent years has been characterized by a connection between the authors of Latin America and Spain, among which we can find a polyphony of voices. However, there are nowadays two trends among these poets: poetics of the fragment or the neo-baroque and one more realist and whose priorit...

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Main Author: García Prados, Nieves
Format: Artículo
Language: spa
Published: Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez 2016
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Online Access: http://erevistas.uacj.mx/ojs/index.php/noesis/article/view/910
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Summary: The poetry of recent years has been characterized by a connection between the authors of Latin America and Spain, among which we can find a polyphony of voices. However, there are nowadays two trends among these poets: poetics of the fragment or the neo-baroque and one more realist and whose priority is communication and the search for emotion. In this last group, we can find the poets of the movement known as Poetry Facing uncertainty, which precursors are betting on a poem to be understood and to confront the current uncertainties. The youngest of the group is the Mexican Ali Calderon, where we can find a concern for history and the necessity to rebuild lyrically the culture and tradition of his country. Keywords: poetry, history,
ISSN: 2395-8669