Del regionalismo a la vanguardia en la narrativa centroamericana: Flavio Herrera y Yolanda Oreamuno.

This article defends the hypothesis that Central American literature of the first part of the twentieth century established two receptive modalities for the vanguard: one from a regional perspective which constructed procedures of textual hybridization, and therefore, two integrated representational...

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Autor Principal: Rodríguez Cascante, Francisco
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: 2015
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filyling/article/view/1734
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14367
Sumario: This article defends the hypothesis that Central American literature of the first part of the twentieth century established two receptive modalities for the vanguard: one from a regional perspective which constructed procedures of textual hybridization, and therefore, two integrated representational universes. And on the other hand, rejecting regionalism, and from that distancing, it assumed the mechanisms of those of the vanguard and procured the autonomy of the language in as much as the esthetic paradigm. Both writing models constitute the horizon of the two textual formations that are designed what has been called the literary rebirth of the second part of the twentieth century. I exemplify this discussion with a comparative analysis of the texts of Flavio Herrera and Yolanda Oreamuno, the most well known of this first model, whereas that of the author indebted to the second.