By José Manuel Caballero Bonald
En este nuevo libro de poemas de Caballero Bonald se decanta su producción poética posterior a Descrédito del héroe (1977), que marca una nueva fase en el desarrollo de su obra normal. Se trata de l. a. formulación definitiva de una poética que ha madurado hasta alcanzar sus más sólidos objetivos humanos y estéticos. El despojamiento decorative y los angeles síntesis analítica se unen a l. a. capacidad indagatoria en el lenguaje y a l. a. búsqueda de una poesía que —como cube el autor— ocupe más espacio que el propio texto.Independizada respecto a los angeles de sus compañeros del grupo del 50, l. a. poesía de Caballero Bonald sella un inteligente pacto entre los angeles experiencia vivida y los angeles experiencia lingüística, valiéndose de una tensión expresiva que gusta del aforismo, los angeles ironía y l. a. paradoja. A partir de los angeles desobediencia como engranaje conceptual, guide de infractores incluye un veredicto contra los acosos de convencionalismos y banalidades. Concebido como una ruptura con los angeles tradición más frecuentada, el presente libro supone una singular tentativa de crítica de los angeles vida y l. a. cultura a través de una forma de conocimiento de l. a. realidad basada en el rescate virulento de l. a. memoria, l. a. pasión por el mar, l. a. erótica de los angeles noche, las transgresiones morales, los angeles fugacidad del tiempo…
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28 As with the example of Fiviller, preachers such as Osona and Sarria reminded their audience that “the Catalan nation” (a phrase used repeatedly by all these preachers in their orations) had never once faltered in its imitation of Jordi’s orthodox service, presenting them with this explicit challenge—would their generation be the first? ” Several examples are cited from the Reconquista: in one sermon the Canon Osona noted Sarria, 22. Osona, 15v–16. 28 Osona, 2; Sarria, 20. 26 27 The Sacral Limits of Empire 21 that even Castilian historians were willing to admit the valor of the Catalans in this archetypal holy war, so fundamental to the early modern Spanish identity.
In Spain, the publication of these occasional sermons was called sueltos as opposed to sermonarios, which were the collected sermons of a particular priest, friar, or monk. Dansey Smith, Preaching, 29. Harry Stout has observed that by the time of the American Revolution 85 percent of all printed sermons were occasional sermons, and their influence affected all 13 colonies (Stout, 4–5)—and this proportion seems to hold true in Catalonia as well, at least during the 1630s and 1640s. 21 This relationship is first described in terms of horticulture: “I am the true vine and my Father is the gardener.
Michael J. Levin, “Italy and the Limits of the Spanish Empire,” 121. H. Elliot, “A Europe of Composite Monarchies,” Past and Present, 137 (1992): 10 11 48–71. The Limits of Empire: An Introduction 5 monarchy when he was a student of Parker’s at St Andrews. Frost’s subject is the composite monarchy of Poland and Lithuania, and he argues that the two crowns benefited from their subjects’ awareness of the advantages of their being worn by the same sovereign. ”14 Frost calls on historians to pay more attention to the political communities participating in the enterprise of empire.