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José Hierro, entre ego et populus

Abstract : José Hierro (1922-2002) has always resisted Francoism, but not necessarily as “committed poetry” does. His poetry is based on sadness and pain, as if it bore the burden of all the people who died during the Spanish civil war and forced an optimistic will. The fact remains that the poetry of Hierro reveals, first under censorship, a passion for the human being —the I, then the people—, from the intimate to the universal, as it moves from the encrypted writing of posguerrato a self-reflexive culturalist trend, to the later works written in the 90s which never forget either this “human brother”.
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Emmanuel Le Vagueresse. José Hierro, entre ego et populus. HispanismeS, Société des hispanistes français de l'enseignement supérieur, 2019, Voix d’Espagne (XXe-XXIe siècles). Résonances contemporaines de la poésie espagnole : Poèmes, poétiques et critiques, pp.137-147. ⟨hal-02946731⟩



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