By Angel Esteban, Ana Gallego
Dos narradores extraordinarios, Gabo y Mario, el poeta y el arquitecto, Lennon y McCartney, el turco y el indio, protagonizan una de las amistades más férreas de toda los angeles literatura common. Esos mismos amigos, diez años más tarde, terminan su relación con una pelea que llega hasta los puños. Cobijados bajo sus regrettably, un conjunto de escritores, los mejores del continente latinoamericano, se reúnen, celebran, se escriben y viven juntos aventuras apasionantes. Las novelas más sobresalientes del siglo xx en español, los grandes premios literarios, los contratos millonarios, los congresos y las fiestas, las cartas, todo eso, y mucho más, es lo que llegó a conocerse como el growth de los angeles literatura hispanoamericana. Una pléyade de autores y obras sin parangón en los angeles lengua de Cervantes desde el primer Siglo de Oro. Las décadas de los sesenta y los setenta constituyeron, indudablemente, l. a. segunda edición de una edad privilegiada para las letras hispánicas.
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Yeats recurs again and again to the necessity of mortifying the will comes : " Every visionary knows that the mind's eye soon and variable world, which the will cannot shape or change, though it can call it up and banish it M again " ; We must find some place upon the Tree of Life for the Phoenix nest, for the passion that is exaltation and the to see a capricious negation of the will " plays M the will, like a ; the style of the dialogue in Synge's blurs definition, clear edges, everything that it turns imagination from all that is comes from of the present, gold background in a religious picture, and it strengthens emotion whatever comes to it from far off, from brood- in every memory and dangerous hope," etc.
And in spite of the and read immense amount of poetry published and naturally poetic seems to-day, the personality truly W. B. YEATS 39 to be becoming rarer and rarer. It may be true that the kind of dignity and distinction which have been characteristic of the poet in the past are becoming more and more impossible in our modern democratic society and during a period when the ascendancy of scientific ideas has made man conscious of his kinship with the other animals and of his subjection to biological and physical laws rather than of his relation to the gods.
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