Magda Zavala y su tríptico de las mareas: hacia un nuevo entendimiento humano en tres poemas claves

Magda Zavala brings us the act of independence and taking of conscience, thanks to which the poetic subject of Tryptych of the Tides risks herself to give that qualitative jump of which Immanuel Kant spoke in order to define the Illustration as the exit from the state of being in the minority of age...

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Autor Principal: Chen Sham, Jorge
Formato: Artículo
Idioma: Español
Publicado: 2015
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Acceso en línea: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filyling/article/view/1102
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14451
Sumario: Magda Zavala brings us the act of independence and taking of conscience, thanks to which the poetic subject of Tryptych of the Tides risks herself to give that qualitative jump of which Immanuel Kant spoke in order to define the Illustration as the exit from the state of being in the minority of age. Magda Zavala invites to us no longer to continue blindly obeying the hollow rhetoric of words, the intellectual poses of the cultural and personal Pharisees, to maintain subordination to political, religious or cultural submissions above all, concerning the pitfalls of atavistic masculinity and she drive us towards a new understanding between the sexes and of the male/female relationships. In as much “Tryptych”, we will take a key poem from each one of the three book of poems to show the relevance of this poetic proposal