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El Otro Lihn: En Torno a la Practica Cultural de Enrique Lihn

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El Otro Lihn explores the cultural endeavors of Enrique Lihn through a number of key viewpoints offered by professors, writers, artists, and family members. The voices of seventeen people explore the poet's critical posture toward Chilean and Latin American culture and describe in detail the many challenges Lihn faced when undertaking the creation of a heterogeneous body of work -poetry books, plays, novels, essays, videos, "happenings" and the comic book Roma, la loba. The interviews set Lihn's life and work ...

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Overview

El Otro Lihn explores the cultural endeavors of Enrique Lihn through a number of key viewpoints offered by professors, writers, artists, and family members. The voices of seventeen people explore the poet's critical posture toward Chilean and Latin American culture and describe in detail the many challenges Lihn faced when undertaking the creation of a heterogeneous body of work -poetry books, plays, novels, essays, videos, "happenings" and the comic book Roma, la loba. The interviews set Lihn's life and work against important Latin American historical events such as the repressive cultural turn the Cuban revolution took on in the Heberto Padilla "case" (1969), the sectarian cultural policies of the Allende government (1971-1973), and the cultural deprivation of Chilean society under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet (1973-1989). (TEXT IN SPANISH)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780761820734
  • Publisher: University Press of America
  • Publication date: 9/30/2001
  • Edition description: Spanish Language Edition
  • Pages: 162
  • Product dimensions: 5.52 (w) x 8.88 (h) x 0.55 (d)

Meet the Author

'scar D. Sarmiento is Associate Professor, Modern Languages Department, SUNY Potsdam.

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Table of Contents

1 Fotografía de Enrique Lihn 2 Dedicatoria 3 Agradecimientos 4 Introducción: Más de un Lihn 5 Poeta con mayúscula de la generación 6 Esfuerzos pasionales, no racionales 7 Viviendo en otro 8 El poeta sin pergaminos 9 Con el lápiz en la mano 10 Mi hermano, mi companero de barrio 11 Pacífico VI condecora a Don Gerardo de Pompier 12 Ganas de decir cosas 13 Sentimientos encontrados 14 Fanático de Coré 15 Eros el demente 16 Del arte e industria de la sobrevivencia 17 Una revolución hacia adentro 18 Ni comisarios ni un sujeto elitista 19 El sol negro 20 Bibliografía 21 Indice

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