Parody, the Avant-Garde, and the Poetics of Subversion in Oliverio Girondo
Oliverio Girondo is a leading figure of the Spanish American avant-garde. Parody, the Avant-Garde, and the Poetics of Subversion in Oliverio Girondo examines the presence and function of parody in Girondo’s early poetry and drawings. It illustrates how, through the subversion of both conventional and vanguard poetics, these texts discredit the values imposed upon artistic production by institutionalized models and social codes. This book assesses the extent to which Girondo followed the theories outlined in his critical writings and considers how his works fit into the general trajectory of the historical avant-garde and contemporary Spanish American literature.
Call number in WMU's library
PQ7797.G535 Z86 2007
Latin America, 1891-1967
Creative Writing | Latin American Languages and Societies | Reading and Language
Citation for published book
Montilla, Patricia M. Parody, the Avant-garde, and the Poetics of Subversion in Oliverio Girondo. New York: Peter Lang, 2007.
Montilla, Patricia, "Parody, the Avant-Garde, and the Poetics of Subversion in Oliverio Girondo" (2007). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 196.