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Sinfonâia en rojo

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2013
Summary:
This thesis aims to rescue the name of Elisabeth Mulder, a Spanish female poet who started to publish her first poetry books around the rise of the Generation of 1927 in Spain. The importance of this work hinges on the recognition of Mulder as a female poet whose work has been marginalized from the literary canon, like that of many other women of her era. This thesis focuses on Mulde''s third poetry collection, Sinfonâia en rojo, which was published in 1929 and stands out for its symbolic richness and its romantic and modernist features. Part of this research deals with the symbolism of the color red and the meanings that red acquires within the context of the poems. The main leitmotivs of Sinfonâia en rojo are the images of fire and blood, which are used to make reference to both the emotional and the physical world of the poetic voice. The research also focuses on the connections between Mulder's work and that of her contemporaries, and it suggests that she was in contact with the literary world of her era.
Title: Sinfonâia en rojo: el prisma de Elisabeth Mulder.
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Name(s): Del Olmo Lâopez, Itxaso.
Dorothy F. Schmidt College of Arts and Letters
Department of Languages, Linguistics and Comparative Literature
Type of Resource: text
Genre: Electronic Thesis Or Dissertation
Date Issued: 2013
Publisher: Florida Atlantic University
Physical Form: electronic
Extent: vi, 91 p.
Language(s): Spanish
Summary: This thesis aims to rescue the name of Elisabeth Mulder, a Spanish female poet who started to publish her first poetry books around the rise of the Generation of 1927 in Spain. The importance of this work hinges on the recognition of Mulder as a female poet whose work has been marginalized from the literary canon, like that of many other women of her era. This thesis focuses on Mulde''s third poetry collection, Sinfonâia en rojo, which was published in 1929 and stands out for its symbolic richness and its romantic and modernist features. Part of this research deals with the symbolism of the color red and the meanings that red acquires within the context of the poems. The main leitmotivs of Sinfonâia en rojo are the images of fire and blood, which are used to make reference to both the emotional and the physical world of the poetic voice. The research also focuses on the connections between Mulder's work and that of her contemporaries, and it suggests that she was in contact with the literary world of her era.
Identifier: 858866316 (oclc), 3362329 (digitool), FADT3362329 (IID), fau:4167 (fedora)
Note(s): by Itxaso del Olmo Lâopez.
Abstract in English.
Thesis (M.A.)--Florida Atlantic University, 2013.
Includes bibliography.
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Subject(s): Mulder, Elisabeth, 1904-
Mulder, Elisabeth, 1904-
Spanish poetry -- Women authors -- Criticism and interpretation
Spanish poetry -- 20th century -- Criticism and interpretation
Women and literature -- Spain -- 20th century
Generacâion 27 (Group of poets)
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Owner Institution: FAU