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Dámaso Alonso: entre el hombre y Dios

Abstract : It is a matter of seeing in this article how the Spanish poet originator of the expression «Generation of 27», Dámaso Alonso, sees God in his collection of poems Hijos de la ira (1944), a polysemic work published during the first Franco post-war. In the poems of this book, Alonso enhances an aesthetic that expresses the doubts of his faith and his unique relationship with a God both Christian and cosmic that, in a recurring, way, he accuses of forgetting him, the poet, and the other men. But without stopping to accuse himself of forgetting Him, in an often oxymoric writing which, in the end, is nothing but an interrogation of an ontological nature on the relationship of man with the unknowable.
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Emmanuel Le Vagueresse. Dámaso Alonso: entre el hombre y Dios. Gilles Del Vecchio & Nuria Rodríguez Lázaro (coord.). Voces y versos. Nuevas perspectivas sobre la generación del 27, 10, Instituto de Estudios Auriseculares (IDEA), pp.239-253, 2021, Peregrina, 978-1-938795-83-1. ⟨hal-03509506⟩



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