UWP

Modern Argentine Poetry

Exile, Displacement, Migration

Author(s): Ben Bollig

Language: English

Genre(s): Literary Criticism

Series: Iberian and Latin American Studies

  • June 2011 · 272pages · 216x138mm

  • ·Hardback - 9780708323557
  • · eBook - epub - 9781783164691
  • · eBook - mobi - 9781783164707
  • · eBook - pdf - 9780708323564

About The Book

This book is the first to focus on the exile-poetry link in the case of Argentina since the 1950s. Throughout Argentina’s history, authors and important political figures have lived and written in exile yet, conversely, contemporary Argentina is a nation of immigrants from Europe and the rest of Latin America.

Contents

Chapter 1 Literary Exile: Alejandra Pizarnik Chapter 2 Political Exile: Juan Gelman Chapter 3 Cynic Exile: Osvaldo Lamborghini Chapter 4 Sexual Exile: Nestor Perlongher Chapter 5 Contemporary Exiles and Migrants: Sergio Raimondi, Washington Cucurto, Cristian Aliaga.

About the Author(s)

Ben Bollig

Dr Bollig is a Lecturer in Spanish, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, Leeds University. He is author of Nestor Perlonger: The Poetic Search for an Argentine Marginal Voice (UWP, 2008).

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