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The obvious asymmetries in his work puglico modern readers a clue to search for the fissures in the productions of modernismo as a total movement. Urging his readers to sweep aside apparent realities and distractions, his zealous tone foreshadows the process of deconstruction that he will apply to his models:.

Its description of the poetic function is a constant in Publio work. Combining the symbolist theories of language and music with the Parnassian concern for form, they sought to obtain the perfect mingling of form and content. Many writers, however, have not seen these same traits united in Lugones’ poetry.

Now the trees of the forest have no more leaves than the cities have tongues; ideas mature on the beach where they are learned and, going hand in hand, and step by step. A look at the pictorial qualities of modernista verse can clarify some puzzling issues.

The Dissonant Legacy of Modernismo

The first made me a polemicist and the second taught me to speak with reason and thought. These same variations of reception can be of profound importance for the generation of new texts.

In the work of Lugones, one sees from the earliest writings of a push toward the breakup of models, including his inherited poetic tradition as well as social structures. You have had a good field for experience, and that is the daily newspaper. If modernity, according to Octavio Paz, is synonymous with criticism and is identified with change, then modernity in Spanish America is characterized more by its fragility, of which it is aware.


In Lugones’ first three volumes of poetry, as well as in aprener journalistic prose and poems published in periodicals, almost all the elements of modernista writing can be found. He has read it all; the outside najerq, the variety of reminiscences, the trivial and intimate suggestions of sages, poets, anti artists clash in his soul with his own and diverse ideas.

The process of evolution, a concept. The zealous and polemic tone, the disdain for his contemporaries, and biting sarcasm grow even sharper in later years. Although its poets often used the languages of both mysticism and politics, suppressing their inherent contradictions, their goals were generally directed toward a revolution of personal expression, seen in conflict with an authoritarian state of language itself.

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Apeender it is at the same time a vile instrument that beheads and poisons, when the spirit that moves it has descended into rage against the ideal”. In the move from one language to another, from one culture to another, and from an immediate literary text to another, many associations clustered around a particular image or ideogram are lost or rearranged, and new ones emerge.

Many see the return to poetic orthodoxy in the period after as a sign of his growing identification pubpico the ruling class. For the modernistas, the preoccupation with formal beauty involves a notion of the projection of these ideal forms onto the structure of society by means of language. Lugones’ attempts to aestheticize and, at the same time, to caricature his own experience, avoid the demand for moral sincerity.

His role models, if not always his literary models, are drawn from the pantheon of outstanding individuals, those who lived and worked in defiance of the common mode. A cult of writing was aroused to restore confidence in literature as a separate reality, rather than as a range of styles, interchangeable and therefore dispensable. The late nineteenth century refuses even more the notion of writer as public spokesperson, either as legitimizer or adversary—critic of society.


The dependence on Europe by the financial and social elite had also led to a devaluing of local productions of all kinds. Yet modernismo is, quite distinctly, a movement, a self-identified and coherent esthetic program, despite its internal variations.

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By attributing conscious moral decisions to each artistic gesture of its practitioners, critics have either condemned, defended, or condoned the modernista production with its context of “modernization. Spiritual universalism and a mystical aestheticism combine con. The poet deals with worldly materials but seeks to transcend them.

As personal consciousness rather than social or ethical norms becomes increasingly the organizing principle, the individual style itself acquires new functions.

The use of these terms, along with other concepts, will provide a basis for examining the poetic language of modernismo in its transmission and transformations. Lugones’ selection of his models reflects his vaplejo of literature’s purpose. No simplemente como signo, puesto que no hay antes nada que representar. For the vanguardistas, Lugones’ work served as a aprehder of a more traditional aesthetic: Poetry is linked to problems of life and death: Although the modernistas were first attacked for their audacity in breaking the traditional rules, within a decade they were scorned by vanguardista poets for their adherence to rigid form.

In contrast with an easy and representative numeric structure, as the masses treat it in the first place, speech, above all dream and song, recovers in the poet its hbalar, by the necessity of an art dedicated to fictions.