Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana

In this work we analyze some of the letters that Federico García Lorca wrote from New York and Havana during his 1929 trip. This epistolary highlights not only the poet's scriptural projects but also allows us to reconstruct a particular image of the traveler. Our hypothesis is that García Lorc...

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Autor principal: Prósperi, Germán Guillermo
Formato: Artículo revista
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo 2020
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Acceso en línea:https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/boletingec/article/view/4200
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spelling I11-R103article-42002020-12-21T07:46:41Z Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana Irse de la infancia. García Lorca en Nueva York y La Habana Prósperi, Germán Guillermo infancia figuraciones epistolario Federico García Lorca chilhood figurations epistolary Federico García Lorca In this work we analyze some of the letters that Federico García Lorca wrote from New York and Havana during his 1929 trip. This epistolary highlights not only the poet's scriptural projects but also allows us to reconstruct a particular image of the traveler. Our hypothesis is that García Lorca figures himself in his American letters as a child and from that position of enunciation builds his story about the experience of the trip. Our work reviews some of the central categories to understand the problem of childhood in literature, analyzes the letters that allow reading children's figurations and traces some relationships with the poetic work of the Granada-born man En este trabajo analizamos algunas de las cartas que Federico García Lorca escribió desde Nueva York y La Habana durante su viaje de 1929. Este epistolario pone de manifiesto no solo los proyectos escriturales del poeta sino que permite reconstruir una particular imagen del viajero. Nuestra hipótesis es que García Lorca se autofigura en sus cartas americanas como un niño y desde esa posición de enunciación construye su relato sobre la experiencia del viaje. Nuestro trabajo reseña algunas de las categorías centrales para entender el problema de la infancia en la literatura, analiza las cartas que permiten leer las figuraciones infantiles y traza algunas relaciones con la obra poética del granadino. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo 2020-12-21 info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Artículos evaluados por pares application/pdf https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/boletingec/article/view/4200 Boletín GEC; Núm. 26 (2020): Las lenguas de la infancia en la literatura española; 15-34 2618-334X 1515-6117 spa https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/boletingec/article/view/4200/3171 Derechos de autor 2020 Germán Guillermo Pr´ósperi
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epistolario
Federico García Lorca
chilhood
figurations
epistolary
Federico García Lorca
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figuraciones
epistolario
Federico García Lorca
chilhood
figurations
epistolary
Federico García Lorca
Prósperi, Germán Guillermo
Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana
topic_facet infancia
figuraciones
epistolario
Federico García Lorca
chilhood
figurations
epistolary
Federico García Lorca
author Prósperi, Germán Guillermo
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title Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana
title_short Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana
title_full Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana
title_fullStr Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana
title_full_unstemmed Leaving childhood: García Lorca in New York and Havana
title_sort leaving childhood: garcía lorca in new york and havana
description In this work we analyze some of the letters that Federico García Lorca wrote from New York and Havana during his 1929 trip. This epistolary highlights not only the poet's scriptural projects but also allows us to reconstruct a particular image of the traveler. Our hypothesis is that García Lorca figures himself in his American letters as a child and from that position of enunciation builds his story about the experience of the trip. Our work reviews some of the central categories to understand the problem of childhood in literature, analyzes the letters that allow reading children's figurations and traces some relationships with the poetic work of the Granada-born man
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