Ideologia y poesia en el exilio: Cuatro poetas mexicanos en el suroeste norteamericano (1900-1920).

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Title:
Ideologia y poesia en el exilio: Cuatro poetas mexicanos en el suroeste norteamericano (1900-1920).
Author:
Tapia, Fernando Grijalva.
Issue Date:
1991
Publisher:
The University of Arizona.
Rights:
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Abstract:
This dissertation studies the lyric poetry of four Mexican exiles in the Southwestern United States during 1900-1920. It offers an approach for examining the poetry of Mexican exiles. Using the scheme "espacio poetico-ideologico" (poetic-ideological space) it examines the works of Enrique Flores Magon, Miguel Bolanos Cacho, Julio Arce, and Martin Solis. The dissertation argues that each of the four poets creates a different "espacio poetico-ideologico" at the intersection of the Mexican and American realities. While Enrique Flores Magon and Miguel Bolanos Cacho construct a "espacio poetico-ideologico" more influenced by the mainland Mexican reality; Julio Arce and Martin Solis are more influenced by that of the Mexican-American community in the Southwest. This dissertation also argues that Enrique Flores Magon and Miguel Bolanos Cacho were capable of creating a discourse independent of the dominant hegemonic culture of Mexico, and that Julio Arce and Martin Solis were the ones that started the Mexican-American poetic discourse of the twentieth century. This dissertation also offers a rudimentary classificatory system for analyzing Mexican marginal literature. The materials used for this study include various works of the four authors: books, articles, and poems which appeared in newspapers of the period. In addition, the analysis is supplemented with works by their contemporaries and embedded in a discussion which makes reference to more recent theories of literature and ideology.
Type:
text; Dissertation-Reproduction (electronic)
Degree Name:
Ph.D.
Degree Level:
doctoral
Degree Program:
Spanish and Portuguese; Graduate College
Degree Grantor:
University of Arizona
Advisor:
Gyurko, Lanin A.

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dc.titleIdeologia y poesia en el exilio: Cuatro poetas mexicanos en el suroeste norteamericano (1900-1920).es
dc.creatorTapia, Fernando Grijalva.es
dc.contributor.authorTapia, Fernando Grijalva.es
dc.date.issued1991es
dc.publisherThe University of Arizona.es
dc.rightsCopyright © is held by the author. Digital access to this material is made possible by the University Libraries, University of Arizona. Further transmission, reproduction or presentation (such as public display or performance) of protected items is prohibited except with permission of the author.es
dc.description.abstractThis dissertation studies the lyric poetry of four Mexican exiles in the Southwestern United States during 1900-1920. It offers an approach for examining the poetry of Mexican exiles. Using the scheme "espacio poetico-ideologico" (poetic-ideological space) it examines the works of Enrique Flores Magon, Miguel Bolanos Cacho, Julio Arce, and Martin Solis. The dissertation argues that each of the four poets creates a different "espacio poetico-ideologico" at the intersection of the Mexican and American realities. While Enrique Flores Magon and Miguel Bolanos Cacho construct a "espacio poetico-ideologico" more influenced by the mainland Mexican reality; Julio Arce and Martin Solis are more influenced by that of the Mexican-American community in the Southwest. This dissertation also argues that Enrique Flores Magon and Miguel Bolanos Cacho were capable of creating a discourse independent of the dominant hegemonic culture of Mexico, and that Julio Arce and Martin Solis were the ones that started the Mexican-American poetic discourse of the twentieth century. This dissertation also offers a rudimentary classificatory system for analyzing Mexican marginal literature. The materials used for this study include various works of the four authors: books, articles, and poems which appeared in newspapers of the period. In addition, the analysis is supplemented with works by their contemporaries and embedded in a discussion which makes reference to more recent theories of literature and ideology.es
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dc.contributor.advisorGyurko, Lanin A.es
dc.contributor.committeememberPerches, Anaes
dc.contributor.committeememberTatum, Charles M.es
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