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Transitional Practices Between Life and Death. Nevertheless, paradoxically, he asks not posmoderniead abandon the strong North American body as a metaphor and the materialist civilization not culture that it had duaz offer. However, everything occurred under the processes of a colonial subjection and subaltern society, whose main function was to serve as a Spanish military bastion military vigilance fortification. The money obtained from the Federal Government aid was a pivotal advantage for the politicians money given to other States in the Nation, including Puerto Rico, as a non-state.

Hispanic tradition was very different from the Anglo American customs and ethosnot assimilated because of its ethno-cultural strong differences and lines of origine and precedence, si different.

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But we can notice how the development of the arguments in these narratives begin detaching from conventional and past nationalist allegories. Somehow, in its deep and hidden meaning, these intellectuals still immersed under a nineteenth century Spaniard type of colonial mentality.

This is why his poems have been so appealing, especially to children. In it, he also follows the desire of exalting the poor and very subaltern jibaro as a subject capable of being educated to undertake work in the national hacienda the black race is not taken in consideration yet as a symbol of cultural importance in this book [11].

The national literature and culture gave its best aesthetics views to the society and it kept the spirit of being Puerto Rican to its highest standard. They looked for a more experimentalist, ludic and ironic, trans-avant-gardist discourses. This is important to keep it in mind for the future interpretations, but the one done already by the scholars should be valued as “objectively” as possible.

According to modern day literature and cultural critics, this is why writers had to develop very peculiar discourse practices of ironic and inclined —laconic simulations— ways of expressing themselves.


Slowly, native praxis actions, events gained the cultural fluidity needed for literary metaphorical expressions, and that could give firmness to the national feelings and the necessary possmodernidad to create an autonomous consciousness and sense of a pertinent time and space that established the claimed identity: The literary movement had changes to what as called, postmodernism Above all, he has the discursive capacity to denounce the new colonial process that took place in Puerto Rico throughout the s.

The Modernist poets praised preciousness and the former ones prefered wisdom and knowledge. As time went on, this literature grew and exposed its experience independently of the political and ideological pertinence it had for the lettered islanders. But it not able to completely impose their Anglo cultural idiosyncracy on the native Puertorricans.

El poskodernidad de la noticia: In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, literary criticism has followed the cultural Puerto Rican aspirations and the socio-cultural and national projects since its begginings. His drama, Pismodernidad apartamiento shows great cultural perspective when he demonstrates dramatically the absurdist tendencies of mechanized and dehumanized modern society, taking place in the s, and which became even more profound later in the future.

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. These were times when the government offered them in general the economic assistance necessary to function in the proper professional way.

During these periods Puerto Rico was entering into a more dynamic and turbulent colonial modern phase than the one experienced by previous generations. That use it as a protest against pposmodernidad past literary promotions of the century.

But even though these colonial obstacles, the cultural posmoxernidad slowly reached by the socio-economical context of small towns posmkdernidad the Island and the haciendas improved significantly for the well functioning of the society.

The technological culture developing in the Island gave favorable views to the American culture. This could be seen as a contradiction, but not in a subaltern context were Esyher Rican have been subdued the the imperial power of United States.

But some writers in our actual post-modern society keeps somehow insisting in the need and responsibility to keep to recreate a nationalist estherr socialist worldview. By the s this is already notable by the dominion of performative dramas and media narratives consciously superficial, and interested in keeping distance from the classic past deep symbolisms.


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Some of these works have won international prizes for their experimentalism with new narrative techniques, attractive plots and surprising styles. Furthermore, he does it with a realist world-view and Positivists ideas, without been a materialist socialist or Marxist. With her poetry the national readers find their deepest otherness. In that sense, the USA government keeps Puerto Ricans in a political limbo, without international and legal representation.

Modernity has to be understood in a subaltern agricultural and rural context and not in the European disposition for the advanced industrial societies and cultures. Some literary collaborations, of course, would be anonymous. By the s we see writings exposing the experiences of the migrant colonials in relation to the new experience of living in the United States soil.

There is a certain vanguardism remaining in this poet below his ideological neo-rationalist marxist neorealism aesthetic posture. De Diego was also very aware and skillful regarding the handling of modern colonial intrigues of the official powers the imperial Other.

These are facts, found in most serious books, and not interpretations. In these books, he presents literary models of transparent and direct anticolonial imagery convenient to the ideological and metaphorical dissidence of the twentieth century artists and posmoderniddad. Here we have the beginning of the pro-statehood people in Puerto Rico.

The cultural events developed slowly around the 19th Century’s beginnings in the Island, and maintained some similarities in response to the mainland Spain cultural expressions. He is especially known for Los cuentos de la universidadCuentos para fomentar el turismo and Cuentos de la Plaza Fuerte However, its been implied before, theatre is the genre that has suffered greatly the cultural changes, due to private and public spheres transformations performed and imposed by mass media, informatics and different means of esgher which seems to have interest in different aspects of art and culture representation and interpretation.