Poemas De Jos De Diego

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Entre lo más destacado de la obra del poeta de Puerto Rico (patriota, abogado, orador y político) José de Diego (1866-1918) se encuentra los libros Pomarrosas (1904), Jovillos, Coplas de estudiantes (1916) y Cantos de pitirre (publicado póstumamente en 1949). Uno de sus sueños era establecer una confederación de islas hispano-parlantes en el Caribe. Sus poemas pueden clasificarse dentro del romanticismo, en una etapa, y dentro del realismo, en otra. El poema que lo hizo famoso ...
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Overview

Entre lo más destacado de la obra del poeta de Puerto Rico (patriota, abogado, orador y político) José de Diego (1866-1918) se encuentra los libros Pomarrosas (1904), Jovillos, Coplas de estudiantes (1916) y Cantos de pitirre (publicado póstumamente en 1949). Uno de sus sueños era establecer una confederación de islas hispano-parlantes en el Caribe. Sus poemas pueden clasificarse dentro del romanticismo, en una etapa, y dentro del realismo, en otra. El poema que lo hizo famoso fue «Elegía a Laura».
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  • ISBN-13: 9788498165852
  • Publisher: Red Ediciones
  • Publication date: 1/1/2007
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 48
  • Product dimensions: 0.14 (w) x 5.50 (h) x 8.50 (d)

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Jos� de Diego (1867-1918). Puerto Rico. Es una de las figuras literarias antillanas m�s destacadas del siglo XX. Poeta, ensayista, jurista y pol�tico. Hizo sus estudios primarios en Mayag�ez, y m�s tarde comenz� sus estudios superiores en Logro�o, Espa�a. All� fue encarcelado a causa de unos poemas de contenido revolucionario. Muchos de sus textos tienen car�cter pol�tico, alusivos a la situaci�n de Puerto Rico y Cuba, �ltimas colonias espa�olas en Am�rica. En 1891 Jos� de Diego se traslad� a la Universidad de La Habana, Cuba, donde obtuvo la licenciatura en Derecho y un a�o despu�s termin� su doctorado. Jos� de Diego se involucr� en los asuntos pol�ticos de su pa�s y fue uno de los m�s arduos impulsores de la independencia isle�a. Tras su �xito como abogado, ocup� varios puestos gubernamentales en Puerto Rico. Despu�s de un per�odo rom�ntico, con influencias posteriores del movimiento pre-moderno, de Diego se inclin�, sobre todo, hacia el realismo. El poema rom�ntico que lo hizo famoso fue �Eleg�a a Laura�. La cr�tica divide su obra po�tica en cuatro partes: Tiempo de jovillos, Tiempo de pomarrosas, Tiempo de rebeld�a y Tiempo de las par�bolas.

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