Lenguaje y poder en la poesía de María Salgado y de Ángela Segovia
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Lenguaje y poder en la poesía de María Salgado y de Ángela Segovia

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Molina, Guillermo
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2018

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In this paper, we study three present proposals working with language to create political dissent through poetry. ready (2012), by María Salgado (1984), suggests an experience of loss towards being classless. Hacía un ruido. Frases para un film político (2016), by the same poet, try a democratic overflow through a ?collage? of heterogeneous verbal materials collected in the streets. La curva se volvió barricada (2016), by Ángela Segovia (1987), displays a struggle against every closed form of power that threatens a subject defined by her woman corporality. Overall, these three books mean an outstanding attempt to expand the limits of Spanish contemporary poetry.

    Molina, Guillermo. Lenguaje y poder en la poesía de María Salgado y de Ángela Segovia. En: Kamchatka: revista de análisis cultural, 11 2018: 221-238

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