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This gave a big contrast with the Old Spanish colonial ideologies, so obsolete.

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It would eshter be until the s that writers became willing to take a decisively rupture and ideological change against the dramatic mandate of the almost fanatic nationalism dominating art and thought in a nineteenth century style and mentality. This was esfher first generation of Puerto Rican writers in history, and esyher were very aware and proud about their fulfillment. In these essayistic practices, he argues about an ethical modern thought somehow metaphysical and idealist that still has pertinence for some scholars even by the second half of the twentieth century.

The content of her works tend to be very idealistic, with arguments and plot endings in rational and understanding ways, lacking dialectics and contradictions of representing reality. Es de Carlos Esteban Cana: This existentialist poosmodernidad will have a great deal of acceptance by the national writers in their denouncing of colonialism and alienation in Puerto Rico. The aim not to perpetuate the past, but rather to be liberate from it. After the journalistic development in the first four decades of the nineteenth century, some criollo writers, mainly poets, exposed the experiences and the will in finding styles of how they felt as liberal islanders and every time placed themselves more and more in a Caribbean colonial context.

The art definitively detaches from the conservative social commands. A new notion of the existential, the absurd and desolation in the universal sense is also shown in these plays of the s. The interest of the dominate groups in society the dominant ideology began to use and manipulate especially by means of media culture the regular posmovernidad and his mental constructions.

Irony in life and art is what literature tends to be about. During the s, national independence became ddiaz obsession for the majority of the lettered people.

It was a type of defense against this second aggression which was more invasive and dangerous It was the imperial capitalism that dominated the world obviously by the second half of the twentieth century. Communication, Information and Media Studies in Europe. New Aesthetics of Pain: The important journal called Ventana brought a more avant-gardist poetry, than the one we find in the previously mentioned journals. The growth of mass media culture and its proposal as a way of life would be more and more decisive in the construction of popular consciousness and imagery as the middle of the century advanced.


During his incumbency, most of the governmental budget was assigned to the public primary and secondary education and to the University of Puerto Rico, which became famous around the world. A strong attachment to international radical movements Marxists, syndicalist, socialists and communists grew, and also to subjects like the Mexican American civic leader, Cesar Chaves In addition to this, he gives relevance to the imagery of social, mental and physical illness, the abused women and vulnerability esthher the esyher and spiritual misery of people in general.

However, these popular groups on posmodernidzd Island grew in democratic and geographical importance and had more presence and voice, mainly and decisively later, during the industrialized posmofernidad of fsther s in Puerto Rico. A lot of classists representational prejudices developed against the Puerto Rican peasants.

These literature will also become part of the Latino culture in the United States, with a different ethos than the one from the Island. Writers who showed the different experiences of these migrant colonial subjects grew and expanded their symbolic capacities and ways of communicating through various artistic forms that have been calling the attention of literary and cultural critics constantly. At the beginning of the s there were some literary changes and ruptures.

Debe incluir un estado de heteroglosia el desarticularpero dentro del control de una voz en cuya pretendida dialogicidad se presta a la sorpresa en el corto impacto discursivo. Along with this economical growth came also the ideology for cultural assimilation and consumerism of United States products and its colonial and ideological imaginaries and values which were interpreted and assimilated in a subaltern way. It was by the s and 70s that migrant writings started to show different expressions that corresponded to migrant ethnicity and culture in different ways of struggling through action and art.

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The new literary generation at the middle of the century, also developed an anti-capitalist and anti middle class consciousness which guided them in presenting a new thought and a different literary style.

These metaphorical structures grasped the main patterns of literary representations and also of cultural criticism that we can encounter in the historical tradition possmodernidad will be discussed later.

The dramatists were also very conscious of the artistic equivalents performative voices rather than literary presented on an international level in Europe and Latin America. Upon consulting the priest on this matter, he is given to understand how esgher should be patient and quietly posomdernidad hard to become rich and obtain the hand of his beloved. During the s and s, the theater was also very dense in its reaction ewther the imperial aggression the national culture suffered.


The author demonstrates great racial and class consciousness; something that gives him a much better ideological perspective to represent the literary field that needed its own aesthetic modernization and a new symbolic advancement.

These texts also paid attention to new ways and demands in representing socio-historical processes with more perspectivism in the clashing of ideologies, something necessary in what is considered by the critics, good modern literature. These are ambiguities of a subaltern mentality Puerto Ricans have developed since the begginings of their colonial submitions in history. When he is finally able to get out, he encounters an electric blackout in posmodernidwd whole city, finding later a big celebration in his home because his new child had been born.

But even though these colonial obstacles, the cultural advancement slowly reached by the socio-economical context of small towns on the Island and the haciendas improved significantly for the well functioning of the society.

The future narrators will have to use narrative techniques and an irony and parody, which the media is not able to handle properly. Inthe journal, Indice initiated a new literary epoch, different from the previous formal avant-gardist time.

Nevertheless, most of the artistic texts of this period reflect a literary discourse viewing the social problems in what thinkers consider, the inertia and weakness of the subaltern [12] peasant: He was a dedicated educator with socialist ideas and posmoderbidad literary and cultural historian who, like many thinkers of his time, mixed nationalism and socialist ideas.

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Without putting aside the prejudices these ideas had, Naturalist writers responded firmly, indeed, against the persecutions and instabilities of the colonial power and constantly denounced the extreme misery and illnesses of the poor people. Other publications of this sort followed at the beginning of the nineteenth century; some were conservative and others more liberal as time passed. Participation in female discourses achieves a very singular presence in the literary and lettered national scene since the s, especially with poets like Clara Lair and Julia de Burgosamong many others.

This can be wiewed first in a literary form with the employment posmodernidac metaphors and symbols that reached intensity as a developed colonial society with a desire for modernization and the sense of freedom that had increased.