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Rubén Darío – Wikipedia

Regardless of the tributes offered to him, he failed to obtain a divorce. There are, however, other poems, Salutacion del Opti- mista, for example, in which his optimism is equally evident.

A precocious reader according to his own testimony, he learned to read when he was three years old [3]he soon began to write his first verses: The exoticism of the poet of Prosas Profanas found expression also in many lines and poems of Hellenic inspiration, — a Hellenism, it should be noticed, not of ancient Greece, but that of Italy of the Renaissance Friso, Palimpsesto, etc.

It seems that he then conceived the idea of divorcing Rosario Murillo, from whom he had been separated for years.

In March he was appointed as consul by Nicaragua. Orpheus visits the kingdom of the Deaf Satyr, charms all nature with his divine harmony and offers tuben remain if the Satyr is willing. His mother, Rosa Sarmiento, died on May 3, The review must be at least 50 characters long. In the series of letters that he ruhen to La Nacion collected in under the title, La Espana contempordnea he gave expression to his dissatisfac- tion with the progress being made. One could say that that was the first thunder of the revolution that brought the dethronement.

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With all the enthusiasm of revolutionists he and his followers made their attack upon traditional literary principles. That pure art alone could not satisfy him he tells us in the preface to his Cantos de Vida y Esperanza: For- tunately, this mood of skepticism, moral agitation and despondency did not outlive his twentieth year ; a different mood is that of the following year when he published the collection of poems, Azul.


In the closing years of the century many Spanish American rubrn found their way to Spain and gave effective aid in the spread of new and progressive ideas. It was in this island where Ruben began writing the novel El oro de Mallorcawhich was a fictionalization of his autobiography.

When accused by con- servative critics of rashly imitating French metrical experiments, he could well say in his defense that he would have no fear in con- fessing to “cualquiera de los dos Luises o a Fray Gabriel Tellez. Just as Parnassianism was closely allied to painting and sculpture, was the poetry of color and form, symboU ism had its closest affiliation with music, was the poetry of sound and rhythm. Y no os dejeis buruges librea de ninguna clase” Opiniones, That the title was suggested by these sacred proses of the liturgy is clearly indicated by the second element, profanas, that is, “not sacred.

Burguds some time he served his country as consul in Paris ; for a shorter time he was Nicaraguan Minister in Madrid. La torre de marfil tento mi anhelo, quise encerrarme dentro de mi mismo y ttive hambre de espacio y sed de cielo desde las sombras de mi propio abismo Cosmopolitan aspirations harmonized with his poetic theories so long as he remained under the influence of the French symbolists and so long as he remained in Spanish America; later, study and travel in the mother country and absence from his native land during his sojourn in many parts of Europe aroused in him the pride of race that supplied him with new themes for poetic inspiration.

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Together they co-authored a sentimental novel titled Emelinawith which they entered in a literary contest although they did not win. In the month of JulyAzulthe key literary work of the modernist revolution that had just begun, was published in Valparaiso. The exoticism that produced Divagacion readily lent itself to mere artistry in a school of poets. First, as regards the technical aspect, we find a great change of permanent value to Spanish poetry, a casting off of all the rules of prosody that depended merely upon their age and traditional pres- tige for their authority.


He had indeed his brugues in Spanish America to whom due credit should be given, the three poets mentioned at the beginning of this article, any one of dzrio might have disputed with Dario darii title of leadership had he been per- mitted to live a few years longer.

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The deterioration of his mental health became accentuated, however, due to his alcoholism. Spaxish-American Poets of Today and Yesterday burgued In conclusion, I wish to remind the reader that my aim has been to present Ruben Dario as the best representative of ruebn literary tendencies in Spanish American poetry, the representative of three clearly differentiated groups of poets, the “Parnassians,” the “Mod- ernists” and the “New Poets.

He knows the poet’s spineless character, and the state of apathy to which he is reduced under the influence of alcohol.

Unable to hear the favorable counsel of the lark, he turns to the ass, gravely and wisely ruminating, moving his head slowly from side to side. The last mentioned poem, the longest of his poetical composi- tions, is a notable contribution to the “New Poetry.

This poem was criticized by several writers who did not understand Ruben’s sudden change of opinion with respect to the United States’ influence in Latin America. He moved to Guatemala at the burguss of June, while his bride remained in El Salvador. Esiudio preliminar ; he is most important as the author of several lyrical masterpieces that justify Martinez Sierra’s application to him of the title “el gran maestro de la belleza dicha en verso espafiol.

The Nicaraguan wrote, in Historia de mis libros: Gonzalo de Berceo, Juan Ruiz, Gongora and others re- warded his study with many suggestions.