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José Carlos Mariátegui's unfinished revolution : politics, poetics, and change in 1920s Peru

Author: Melisa Moore
Publisher: Lewisburg, Pa. : Bucknell University Press ; Lanham, Maryland : The Rowman & Littlefield Pub. Group, Inc., 2013.
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This monograph on José Carlos Mariátegui, the seminal Latin American Marxist theorist, provides original readings of key writings through the lens of his understudied poetics, illuminating their full political meaning and impact. It offers insightful critiques of overlooked intellectuals, especially female, whom he championed. These readings are fully contextualized through comprehensive study of complex  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
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Moore, Melisa, 1969-
José Carlos Mariátegui's unfinished revolution
(DLC) 2013019465
(OCoLC)847542199
Named Person: José Carlos Mariátegui; José Carlos Mariátegui; José Carlos Mariátegui
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Melisa Moore
ISBN: 9781611484632 1611484634 1306282446 9781306282444
OCLC Number: 867049814
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Introduction : uncertain beginnings : modern Peruvian realities in permanent formation --
Landscapes of contradiction : historical and critical perspectives of the Oncenio --
Brave new world : transformative perspectives in Mariátegui's politics and poetics of revolution --
Tradition on trial : continuity and change in the Peruvian avant-garde movement --
Fugitive signs : mapping metaphors and meaning in La casa de carton by Martín Adán --
A new conception : formative years of a female poetics --
A female vanguard in Peru : marginality and mediation in the early poetry of Magda Portal.
Responsibility: Melisa Moore.

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This monograph on José Carlos Mariátegui, the seminal Latin American Marxist theorist, provides original readings of key writings through the lens of his understudied poetics, illuminating their full political meaning and impact. It offers insightful critiques of overlooked intellectuals, especially female, whom he championed. These readings are fully contextualized through comprehensive study of complex sociopolitical conditions and backgrounds, providing new thinking on Mariátegui, his contemporaries and Peruvian modernity that will benefit academics and students today.

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