EL NOCTURNO Y LAS INTERROGANTES DE LA REFLEXIÓN DIVINA EN MILAGRO ABIERTO DE JORGE DEBRAVO

In his collection of poetry, Milagro Abiero (1969), Jorge Debravo directs at us a devastating and piteous cry at the divinity and what it does, mainly, at night. Under the thematic modality of the religious nocturne, the Costa Rican poet potentializes and emphasizes that constant in which the night...

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Main Author: Chen Sham, Jorge
Format: Artículo
Language: Español
Published: 2015
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Online Access: http://revistas.ucr.ac.cr/index.php/filyling/article/view/2349
http://hdl.handle.net/10669/14465
Summary: In his collection of poetry, Milagro Abiero (1969), Jorge Debravo directs at us a devastating and piteous cry at the divinity and what it does, mainly, at night. Under the thematic modality of the religious nocturne, the Costa Rican poet potentializes and emphasizes that constant in which the night summons and strengthens human and spiritual bonds, which would explain the reasons for which Debravo continues cultivating the nocturne. He calls to our attention the impression that the search for transcendence acquires in the work of the Costa Rican poet in that stimulating dialogue with those in the Hispanic poetic vanguard, mainly, Miguel Hernández, César Vallejo and Pablo Neruda.