En que epoca surgio el modernismo

En que epoca surgio el modernismo

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Modernismo is a literary movement that took place primarily during the end of the Nineteenth and early Twentieth-century in Spain and Latin America, best exemplified by Rubén Darío who is also known as the father of Modernismo. The term Modernismo specifically refers to the literary movement that took place primarily in poetry. This literary movement began in 1888 after the publication of Rubén Darío’s Azul. The movement died around 1920, four years after the death of Rubén Darío. The book, Azul, gave Modernismo a new meaning. In Aspects of Spanish-American Literature, the author writes (1963),[1]
Modernismo influences the meaning behind words and the impact of poetry on culture. Modernismo, in its simplest form, is finding the beauty and advances within the language and rhythm of literary works.
Other notable exponents are Leopoldo Lugones, José Asunción Silva, Julio Herrera y Reissig, Julián del Casal, Manuel González Prada, Aurora Cáceres, Delmira Agustini, Manuel Díaz Rodríguez and José Martí. It is a recapitulation and blending of three European currents: Romanticism, Symbolism and especially Parnassianism. Inner passions, visions, harmonies and rhythms are expressed in a rich, highly stylized verbal music. This movement was of great influence in the whole Hispanic world (including the Philippines), finding a temporary vogue also among the Generation of ’98 in Spain, which posited various reactions to its perceived aestheticism.

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Como Tomás Morales y Alonso Quesada, buenos amigos suyos, Saulo Torón nació en la isla de Gran Canaria, donde también fallecería (1885-1974). Tuvo una infancia difícil por la muerte de muchos de sus familiares. Su poesía era sencilla, intimista y tenía una característica escasez de artículos. En ella expresaba sobre todo su mundo interior, algo pesimista y melancólico, y daba mucha importancia al mar. Su obra poética está compilada en cuatro libros.
Su verdadero nombre era Rafael Romero Quesada. Comenzó y terminó su vida en Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (1885-1925). Fue poeta, narrador y autor dramático. Gran amigo de Tomás Morales y Saulo Torón, dejó sin publicar la mayor parte de su obra, la cual marcó con su ironía y su amargura existencial.
Nació en Villanueva de Arosa (Pontevedra) en 1866 y murió en Santiago de Compostela en 1936, afectado de cáncer. Empezó a estudiar Derecho, pero lo dejó porque se marchó a México, donde volvería más tarde después de vivir en Madrid y en Santiago. Era todo un bohemio y su aspecto era muy característico. Era nervioso e irritable y se entregó siempre al arte y a lo bello. En un incidente con un periodista se hizo una herida que se agravó y provocó que le amputaran el brazo.

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Modernismo is a literary movement that took place primarily during the end of the Nineteenth and early Twentieth-century in Spain and Latin America, best exemplified by Rubén Darío who is also known as the father of Modernismo. The term Modernismo specifically refers to the literary movement that took place primarily in poetry. This literary movement began in 1888 after the publication of Rubén Darío’s Azul. The movement died around 1920, four years after the death of Rubén Darío. The book, Azul, gave Modernismo a new meaning. In Aspects of Spanish-American Literature, the author writes (1963),[1]
Modernismo influences the meaning behind words and the impact of poetry on culture. Modernismo, in its simplest form, is finding the beauty and advances within the language and rhythm of literary works.
Other notable exponents are Leopoldo Lugones, José Asunción Silva, Julio Herrera y Reissig, Julián del Casal, Manuel González Prada, Aurora Cáceres, Delmira Agustini, Manuel Díaz Rodríguez and José Martí. It is a recapitulation and blending of three European currents: Romanticism, Symbolism and especially Parnassianism. Inner passions, visions, harmonies and rhythms are expressed in a rich, highly stylized verbal music. This movement was of great influence in the whole Hispanic world (including the Philippines), finding a temporary vogue also among the Generation of ’98 in Spain, which posited various reactions to its perceived aestheticism.

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Modernismo is a literary movement that took place primarily during the end of the Nineteenth and early Twentieth-century in Spain and Latin America, best exemplified by Rubén Darío who is also known as the father of Modernismo. The term Modernismo specifically refers to the literary movement that took place primarily in poetry. This literary movement began in 1888 after the publication of Rubén Darío’s Azul. The movement died around 1920, four years after the death of Rubén Darío. The book, Azul, gave Modernismo a new meaning. In Aspects of Spanish-American Literature, the author writes (1963),[1]
Modernismo influences the meaning behind words and the impact of poetry on culture. Modernismo, in its simplest form, is finding the beauty and advances within the language and rhythm of literary works.
Other notable exponents are Leopoldo Lugones, José Asunción Silva, Julio Herrera y Reissig, Julián del Casal, Manuel González Prada, Aurora Cáceres, Delmira Agustini, Manuel Díaz Rodríguez and José Martí. It is a recapitulation and blending of three European currents: Romanticism, Symbolism and especially Parnassianism. Inner passions, visions, harmonies and rhythms are expressed in a rich, highly stylized verbal music. This movement was of great influence in the whole Hispanic world (including the Philippines), finding a temporary vogue also among the Generation of ’98 in Spain, which posited various reactions to its perceived aestheticism.

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