Paul Éluard y César Vallejo: De la Vanguardia a la fraternidad uniVersal

Translated title of the contribution: Paul Éluard and Cesar Vallejo: From the avant-garde to the universal brotherhood

Camilo Rubén Fernández-Cozman

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Abstract

Both Paul Éluard and César Vallejo went through an avant-garde period and went on to write politically-committed poetry where the theme of universal brotherhood was developed. Both poets were influenced by the Spanish Civil War and highlighted how solidarity can defeat death. This article compares two books: España, aparta de mí este cáliz and Au rendez-vous Allemand, in which Éluard and Vallejo respectively emphasize the theme of brotherhood among men.

Translated title of the contributionPaul Éluard and Cesar Vallejo: From the avant-garde to the universal brotherhood
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)111-125
Number of pages15
JournalAlea
Volume20
Issue number3
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Apr 2018
Externally publishedYes

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
Camilo Rubén Fernández-Cozman é Doutor em Literatura e Catedrático na Uni-versidad de Lima e na Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos. Membro da Academia Peruana da Língua, da International Society for the History of Rhetoric e do Consejo de la Organización Iberoamericana de Retórica y vocal del Centro de Estudios Literarios Antonio Cornejo Polar. Autor de diversos libros, como Mito, cuerpo y modernidad en la poesía de José Watanabe (2009), La poesía es como el aro-

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