Isidoro Solís (1889-1918), poeta parnasiano olvidado

Tintas : Quaderni di Letterature Iberiche e Iberoamericane. 2013;0(3):99-109 DOI 10.13130/2240-5437/3655

 

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Journal Title: Tintas : Quaderni di Letterature Iberiche e Iberoamericane

ISSN: 2240-5429 (Print); 2240-5437 (Online)

Publisher: Università degli Studi di Milano

LCC Subject Category: Language and Literature: French literature - Italian literature - Spanish literature - Portuguese literature

Country of publisher: Italy

Language of fulltext: Catalan, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish

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AUTHORS


Francisco Javier Díez de Revenga (Universidad de Murcia)

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Double blind peer review

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Time From Submission to Publication: 24 weeks

 

Abstract | Full Text

La fortuna del poeta modernista Isidoro Solís, del que solo se conserva su libro «Ofertorio sentimental» (1919), ha quedado reducida a las escasas referencias de unos pocos críticos a pesar de sus evidentes cualidades. Su formación de poeta parnasiano le hizo cultivar en su poesía un singular erotismo exacerbado, que sin embargo no le ha rescatado del olvido. The fortune of the modernist poet Isidoro Solís, which only preserves his book «Ofertorio sentimental» (1919), has been reduced to the scarce references of a few critics despite their obvious qualities. His training as a parnassian poet made him grow a singular exacerbated eroticism in his poetry, which however has not saved him from oblivion.