La expresión poética en el anarquismo mexicano al norte del río Bravo (1904-1918)

Miguélez, Armando
October 2010
Confluencia;Fall2010, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p154
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the poetry of the early 20th century Mexican Anarchist (Magonismo) movement among Mexican-Americans (in the United States). The author discusses some of the features of Mexican-American anarchist poetry which include expressions of the cultural experience of Mexican-Americans, the reproduction of anarchist poetry from Spain and the creation of choral poetry (which the author refers to as the poetry of collectivized individuals).


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