Niños que lo han visto todo: Cuerpo, destrucción y vejez en la poesía de Gonzalo Millán

Translated title of the contribution: Children who have seen everything: Body, destruction and aging in the poetry of Gonzalo Millán

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Abstract

This paper realizes a critical joint of the representation of childhood in Gonzalo Millán's poetry. Such representation, present along all his work, is tensed from a child transformed in animal as part of a plan who restores a desacralize experience of childhood that later experience along the stages of the life like crisis in the frame of the modern life, but also as creative possibility and as link from the oldness in all that memorious put in scene of a subject that looks at the mirror and seeks draw his self before the proximity of the death.

Translated title of the contributionChildren who have seen everything: Body, destruction and aging in the poetry of Gonzalo Millán
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)33-50
Number of pages18
JournalEstudios Filologicos
Volume56
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 2015
Externally publishedYes

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