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Title: Los poetas del mestizaje judeo-hispanoamericano
Authors: Del Vecchio, Giorgia
Keywords: Latin American Jewish Writers
Toker, Eliahu
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: Padova, Editoriale Programma
Abstract: This study aims to show the existence of a Jewish Latin American cultural mestizaje, which developed during the 20th century within the Jewish Diaspora in Latin America, and which produced a thriving literature. The article includes the subject of the development of a mixed Jewish Latin American identity and draws a distinction between personal cultural identities and literary identities. It also introduces the poetry of some of the writers that emerge from the Latin American Jewish context, through the two latest generations, and explains some of the motifs that reveal the Jewish component in their poems, especially the relations with Israel, Spanish, biblical myths and historical memory. These themes are connected with an interview that was given by the Argentine poet Eliahu Toker, which is inserted in the article.
ISSN: 1125-3762
Appears in Collections:Annali di Ca' Foscari. Serie occidentale

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