D[él]mira: la representación del hombre en la poesía del Agustini

Translated title of the contribution: D[él]mira: la representación del hombre de la poesía del Agustini

Estela Valverde

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Abstract

The article explores the awakening of women's expression of erotic desires through an innovative take on the study of Delmira Agustini's poetry. Agustini, a controversial Uruguayan poet, was misinterpreted in her times because she dares describe and desire men's bodies like no other woman had until her times. Ultimately, her body is inscribed by the object of her own desire: her husband takes hers and his life in an untimate act of jelousy and misunderstanding.
Translated title of the contributionD[él]mira: la representación del hombre de la poesía del Agustini
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationDelmira Agustini y el modernismo
Subtitle of host publicationnuevas propuestas de género
EditorsBruno Bosteels, Tina Escaja
Place of PublicationRosario, Argentina
PublisherBeatriz Viterbo Editors
Pages205-227
Number of pages23
ISBN (Print)9508450959
Publication statusPublished - 2000

Keywords

  • Delmira Agustini
  • male representation
  • women sexuality
  • Uruguayan poetry

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