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Acerca de las concepciones de Desarrollo y Modernidad vistas desde los discursos poéticos de Centroamérica

Abstract : The social sciences and philosophy are not the sole domains for reflection and analysis of "development" and "modernity". Literature, and in particular poetry, has also engaged in interpreting and resemanticizing them in relation to specific sociohistorical contexts. A considerable part of Central American poetic discourse has, since the mid-twentieth century been largely characterized by its continual questioning of the gap between the application of models projecting certain forms of development but end up becoming processes of involution for Central American societies. This paper attempts to analyze the strategies and resources found in the poetry of Central America that questions these development models while proposing other visions. After a brief review of the ways in which eighteenth- and nineteenth-century authors addressed these ideas, we focus our study on a corpus of poets from the second half of the twentieth and early twenty-first centuries.
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Dante Barrientos Tecun. Acerca de las concepciones de Desarrollo y Modernidad vistas desde los discursos poéticos de Centroamérica. Mesoamérica, Tulane University Department of History, 2015. ⟨hal-01727215⟩

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