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But they were not inclined toward the extreme formalism of avant-gardists language uses and theories, as we notice when comparing their Manifestos and the theorizing about culture and literary matters which they supported. The national owners had to submit to dealings with the North American “absentee bourgeoisie” and their financial endeavors, based mainly in the sugar cane production, when the Island had an economy based in coffee plantation.

The Modernist poets praised preciousness and the former ones poskodernidad wisdom and knowledge. After invasion, during the first decades of the century, given in part to the economical and political context, the absent North American bourgeoisie took the best lands and welt resources of the island.

It also became somehow cautious with the avant-gardist literature of the s and its modernist tendencies. By the end of the twentieth century, nevertheless, we are beginning to denounce the contradictions and arbitrariness of the literary discourse of the nineteenth century and its hidden prejudices in evaluating the popular expressions and the way of interpreting culture.

Literature in this period began presenting close contents of pertinence and debates of evident local relevance and not the events relevant mainly to Spain. Puerto Rican middle class and bourgeoisie also began to consolidate their political institutionalized power in this period.

El desmonte by Gonzalo Arocho del Toro is an interesting literary work. Literature eventually will abandon the previous ways of representing colonialism and begins creating new imagery more concerned with the inaugural subaltern realities, as it was above mentioned.

In this colonial context, the liberal press was under continual colonial surveillance. The new type of modern and popular American ideology was very aggressive and visible on the Island to the amazement of the intellectuals who were very conservative in these matters. The most renounced poets of this period are: The social advancement towards modernity in Puerto Rico is seen in its literary development regardless of the nationalist restraint previously explained.


These poems codify his profile as a classic defender of national ideals in the lyrical imaginary, even after his death.

But the Puerto Rican literature kept more closely related with the European and Latin American literary tradition than the North American one. This political ideal leads them not only to establish a frontal fight against the invader but also its materialist modernity.

The new American social implementation also gave employment to many people and created a new middle class willing to assimilate the American ways. El sexo de la noticia: Artists and intellectuals, in general, did not participate in the new colonial attractive and material changes and ideology, even with its undeniably modern attractions.

As one of the best narrators in the Caribbean area, he can be considered at the artistic level of Juan Bosch and Alejo Carpentiertwo of the best narrators from the Dominican Republic and Cuba, respectively. He also avoided the typical classic nationalists symbols, while renovating the language of this ideology relate it more with a new modern sensibility. This was beyond the repressive context established by the official institutions with all sorts of punishments and vigilant structures and official agencies.

Lately there has been a great migration to the Florida area and we can expect a great advancement in literature, mainly because estther migrants tends to be highly educated and mostly bilingual and bicultural. These modern group, not so academically oriented, had “simple” sometimes naive colonial mental constructions this was the new growing citizenship of the ending of 20th century modernity, as posmoderniddad previously said far away from the interests and ideology of the lettered people, and this included high professionals.

This is a poem created aroundand Alonso presents a criticism of it in his mentioned first book. It was a social class with no sympathies for nationalist interests; they tended to be rather pragmatic and materialist in their claims and expectations. Even the concept of history has chance nowadays. Of course this is achieved by utilizing a subtle ideological distance esthwr irony.

Seminal in this crucial ideological questioning will be the book Insularismo written by Antonio S. He is not so much a writer of fiction, but dedicated himself more to educational essays, while being an outstanding leader and writer in juridical, ethical and cultural thought in general.


It portrays the socio-ideological problems of the sugar cane society and its corrupt business in the s decade.


Probably this is why she was not very well understood in her time and even in posterity. Neither Hostos or Canales are relevant today to the social activists.

Young students and general audience have already forgotten him and his period almost completely. A real impetus of a symbolic and real sense of space and time was created the beginnings of a nation.

This is why his poems have been so appealing, especially to children. He is known mainly as a writer of black oriented literature, even though he was not was not a member of that race, but his poetry was important in racial issues and estber he was aware of black writers from the New York area.

Many citizens accepted, with some irony and sinuosity the subaltern waythe appealing offerings of imperialism, and they simultaneously developed ways of welcoming and rejecting at the same time complex negotiations with the Imperial Other but wsther their language and core culture. This claim and opinion became part of the autonomist and liberal ideology after the s.

Some group of liberals and autonomist agreed posmodernicad Pedreira that the old insular mentality as well as the mediocracy of the new North American civilization, with its quantifying materialist, horizontal intervention, could be the new Puerto Rican enemies.

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By the s Puerto Rico starts to enter into a new process of industrialization. With an witty irony and broad symbolism this short narrative represents the situation of an old female peasant from the poor rural areas deep within the Island. He was a men of democratic ideals and ethic. Tiempo muerto is an example of the sophistication the drama, in the formal-literary sense, has reached in Puerto Rico by these times.

This tension also included the rejection of people closely related and familiar to city life and its new subjectivities and behaviors so diferent from counter-side oriented people.