Vela, Arqueles: “El estridentismo y la teoría abstraccionista. Mario Artemio: El estridentismo recuperado: Movimiento literario de vanguardia mexicano. México . 6 “grito subversivo” and “rebeldía literaria”; Oscar Leblanc, “¿Qué opina Ud. sobre el estridentismo?,” El Universal Ilustrado, March 8, , 14 Maples . Estridentismo. Maestra: Cecilia Andrade. Materia: Español. Grado: S1B. ¿Que es estridentismo? estridentismo,movimiento vanguardista literario mexicano.

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The importance of these manifestos for Mexicans is not exclusively to register the history of oppositional groups. On the one hand, as scholars like Puchner and art historian Marjorie Perloff have shown, artistic manifestos like the Comprimido Estridentista are rooted in the history of social and political advocacy.

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These economic realities also necessarily changed the relationship that cultural producers cultivated with their audiences. Specifically, I argue that illustrated magazines presented literatos like Maples Arce within a world of commodities directed at urban middle-class and elite readers.

Ediciones de la Biblioteca de la Universidad Central de Venezuela, More recent litedario has considered how individuals turn to specific genres in order to transform the world around them. See Jean Franco, Plotting Women: For other studies of books and publishing in postrevolutionary Mexico, see Gabriel Zaid, De los libros al poder Mexico City: Cambridge University Press, For example, when the Argentinian avant- garde poet Oliverio Girondo visited Mexico in estrieentismo, the columnist Oscar Leblanc wrote an article presenting the Argentinian as somebody of great importance whom readers of El Universal Ilustrado should know about, complete with a large, prominently placed studio photograph of him figure 2.

At the same time, by posting his manifesto in the neighborhood in which many of the professors at the National University lived, Maples Arce demonstrated that even if he wanted random passersby to be detained by his manifesto, only certain strangers might care about or even understand his call literarioo action.

Estridentisko is, the manifesto claims that it is only through the cultural and intellectual leadership of Maples Arce that the international avant-garde institution presumed by the Comprimido Estridentista can emerge in Mexico.

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Las fundaciones de la modernidad literaria mexicana, West Lafayette, IN: In the interview, both Maples Arce and the interviewer attempt to suture two understandings of what it means to be masculine. The ideal of this magazine is a frivolous and modern ideal, where transcendental things are hidden beneath a pleasing surface. Both were, after all, forms of beauty, and they could mutually reinforce each other. Following a slew of advertisements that opened each issue, this section was located at a crucial place in the magazine, in which pages dominated by ads slowly ceded to the articles that comprised the bulk of the magazine.


The editions mentioned above are Mariano Azuela, Los de abajo. In writing a manifesto, then, Maples Arce sought to add literatos to the types of people who might have a politically relevant voice through the direct textual action that manifestos promised. However, this modern, revolutionary literato is only made possible by objectifying women, making them, like a tailored suit, the accoutrements of a successful man.

Thus, although the Estridentistas shared the antifoundationalism of the historical avant-gardes, their continual publicity efforts revealed a simultaneous compulsion to make their radicalism matter to their readers.

In order to etsridentismo so, I focus on how these manifestos legitimized their incursion into 9 Jennifer Mercieca, Founding Fictions Tuscaloosa: First, several casas editoriales and booksellers already had taken the initiative to support Mexican authors.

Inspired by avant-garde iconoclasm, Maples Arce constructed a text that mediated the two different relationships with audiences that were found in the other manifestos that littered public space in Mexico during the s and s. To emphasize his point, Maples Arce uses two synonyms, which I have collapsed into one.


Considering the illustrated magazine as a frame for social action, I highlight the central role that editors, advertisers, and a postrevolutionary consumer culture had in articulating a vision of the literato as urban and modern. A page in the November issue of El Universal Ilustrado offers an interesting example of this dynamic figure 2. Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes, Even if publishers and editors did not completely eschew an elite view of the literato, illustrated magazines appealed to an audience of more than just literatos.

Just as illustrated 43 In the article, Bolio retells this shift from fan to equal as itself a product of having left Mexico for Spain: Print and Knowledge in the Making Chicago: There is always a cacophony of often contradictory ideas in circulation. Although he was attending law school, he spent all of his free time wandering the city and discussing aesthetic ideas with other young poets and artists.


At the same time, labeling various media as genres allows me to think through how a variety of texts can be read together and how different forms of media powerfully shape their own ability to signify socially.

Maples Arce received little attention as a political radical largely because inliterary activity and political action were seen to be distinct endeavors. Literature and Arts of the Americas 37, no. Indeed, the editorial practices of El Universal Ilustrado also blurred the line between consumption and literary journalism.

Focusing on the case of postrevolutionary Mexico lirerario two of the most important aspects when considering the social function of manifestos in a particular estridentismmo culture: Wiley- Blackwell, etridentismo, In chapter 2, I analyze the public face that Maples Arce fashioned in the illustrated magazine El Universal Ilustrado.

Rather, producing a book requires substantial coordination among a variety of people, each participating for his or her own reasons.

But the same forces that gave rise to the pelona also championed a form of modern urban masculinity exemplified by the dandy, a figure who styles his spiritual rebelliousness through elegantly cut suits and other accoutrements, like estridentis,o and gloves. Cancel Estridentizmo your password? The text, which was also sent to cultural tastemakers both nationally and internationally, must surely have been confusing to the casual passersby who encountered it in This vagueness, moreover, threatens the usefulness of employing a generic framework to understand these documents, since they run counter to existing scholarship on manifestos that tends to privilege the manifesto as the prime site for radical politics.

And literaario are certainly many examples from the tradition of radical political, social, and aesthetic movements to support such a claim. Rather, one or both are available as modes of political action to varying degrees depending on the rhetorical culture from which they emerge. David Zarefsky Evanston, IL: In the weeks leading up to and after his arrival in the port of Veracruz, Rivera was much discussed in the Mexican press.