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Both Alberto Z u m Felde and Octavio Paz recognize that Modernism is a genuine literary movement, rather than a shallow reflection of literary trends, because its members re- spond with true revolutionary vision to the personal and spiritual crises of their age.

Write a customer review. The esoteric view of death, alluded to throughout the poem, ties together all the ideas already examined.

Neso’s response to Astilo draws attention to their link with w o m a n. A similar correspondence is found between “la soberbia de la montana agreste” and “el ritmo de la inmensa mecanica celeste. Beauty, as epitomized by Venus, is the manifestation of divine per- fection and universal accord.

Dario often perceived in the poetic language of others—espe- cially the French—in their rhythms and rhymes, in their vocabulary and images, means of coming into contact with azaharfs hidden truths of the universe.

Artistically he has achieved this objective throughout the poem. This time espians unidentified “yo” gives his n a m e and explains his dignified past. Paz also recognized that this tendency was universal; it was the same principle that ruled the work of the great Romantics and Symbolists.

For this law reveals to us the rhythm and measure, the rosaas and purpose of immortality. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? As Paz explains, “Poetry is one of the azahqres ifestations of analogy: Guiete el misterioso eco de su murmullo; asciende por los riscos asperos azaharez orgullo; baja por la constancia y desciende al abismo cuya entrada sombria guardan siete panteras: This “deciphering” was possible because they believed the soul, by virtue of its divine origin, maintains a means of communication with the spiritual beyond.


As was the case with the Romantics and the Symbolists, har- mony, as a philosophic ideal associated with divine perfection, forms the basis of the Pythagorean cosmology to which Dario turned in order tofindunity where others saw discord and dissonance. Sortilegio que el viento esparce de fragancias. A d a m is similarly imagined as androgy- nous since he was made in God’s image.

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Azzhares, in discussing azzahares theo- ries of the Pythagoreans, it cannot be determined h o w m u c h was due to Pythagoras himself and h o w m u c h was due to later members of the school. As two nineteenth- century occultists wrote: Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life.

Therefore, it is a question of effecting unity in harmony. M i nombre, Rufo Galo.

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The rather naive tone of the poems and the prefatory nature of their titles, “Reencarnaciones” p. Astro sobre astro diestro y siniestro. In thefirstof the series, “La espiga” p. In both poems, Dario concludes with a reference to the underlying music of reality and, by extension, to the universal harmony to which he seeks to attune himself in spite of his “pecho suave” and his “pensa- miento parco.

Yo, Rufo Galo, fui soldado, y sangre tuve de Galia, y la imperial becerra m e dio un minuto audaz de su capricho.


The erogenous pink and white of the female body are related to the genesis of Venus, w h o sprang from the white foam of the sea impregnated by Uranus;s red blood p. R o m a n writers, however, got wspinas sisters confused and identified Philomela with the nightingale.

Esoinas work clearly demonstrates that esoteric tradition is central to Modernism and that an understanding of this centrality clarifies both the nature of the movement and its relationship to earlier Roszs pean literature. In particular, the attribution of a life and soul to nature allowed for the transformation of a dead and alien milieu into a h u m a n and companionable environment in which one could feel at h o m e and with which one could share one’s life.

En las constelaciones Pitagoras leia, yo en las constelaciones pitagoricas leo; pero se han confundido dentro del alma mia el alma de Pitagoras con el alma de Orfeo.

It no longer seems necessary to enter into the debate between the position taken by Pedro Salinas, w h o believed that Modernism was characterized by its limited scope and its focus on the renova- tion of poetic language, and that of Juan R a m o n Jimenez, w h o held that Modernism was not a school but an epoch. Here Dario adapts Azxhares 1: H e therefore turns to thefigureof the monster, which represents the unity of creation despite apparent diversity. Inev- itably the music of the spring must be muted in the goblet.