Poesia brasileira (ex-centrica): marcas de um neorromantismo contemporâneo
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BRASILIAN POETRY (ECCENTRIC): MARKS OF THE CONTEMPORARY NEO-ROMANTICISM
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The Brasilian poetic production answered in a rarefied way, starting from the decade of 70, to the challenges and opportunities that the culture and the new sociopolitical order presented coming e.g., for the Cold War, racial fights, concepts of Third World, society of information, dictatorships, globalization. In that national and world context, that contemporary production intends to redraft the contemporary poetic language as a former center of ethical concerns delimited by aesthetic projects. Under such an ethical-aesthetic composition, neo-romantically, sensitive divergences, from the national literary canon, come forward as to understand the borders among poetry and no-poetry, functional art, utilitarian and engaged art. Also stands out the good-humored and ironic, although simple, accusation of the “new times” and of what the poets proposed as search of a more integrated, creative and provocative communication with the people and with art.
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