Mujer y poesía:la inscripción de la subjetividad femenina y la conciencia creativa del lenguaje poético

Medina, Raquel (2004). Mujer y poesía:la inscripción de la subjetividad femenina y la conciencia creativa del lenguaje poético. IN: La mujer en la España actual. Cruz, Jacqueline and Zecchi, Barbara (eds) Barcelona (ES): Icaria.

Abstract

This article explores the place of Spanish women poets within the Spanish cultural space at the end of the 20th century. In clear opposition to the arguments presented by the editors and many of the articles included in this volume, Raquel Medina sees in the most recent poetry written by women an evolution towards a new and independent female poetic voice which clearly fights against the supremacy of male poetic voices and their manipulative poetic language. No longer stealing the male poetic word is necessary for the last generation of Spanish women poets. On the contrary, these women poets create their own language, their own poetic universe, and demolish a long tradition of male poetry which situated the female subject as a dead object of male poetry.

Divisions: Languages & Social Sciences > Spanish
Languages & Social Sciences > Spanish research group
Languages & Social Sciences
Uncontrolled Keywords: Spanish women poets,Spanish cultural,20th century,female poetry,poetry,independent female poetic voice,male poetry
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Published Date: 2004-03
Authors: Medina, Raquel ( 0000-0001-7824-3115)

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