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It was this movement that had reached its efflorescence when the French influence upon Dario became strong, and in many poems of his Prosas Profanas its essen- tial characteristics may be found. There, he met the Salvadoran poet Francisco Gavidiaa connoisseur of Burgued poetry.

Burguex he had periods of doubt and melancholy when he drank deep of the cup of bitterness is proved by fey poems as Melancolia, Nocturno, Lo Fatal, Letania de nuestro senor Don Quijote, in which we find a world-weariness and despondency more profound than in any of his earlier poems because of the more evident sincerity of the poet’s emotions. First, as regards the technical aspect, we find a great change of permanent value to Spanish poetry, a casting off of all the rules of prosody that depended rry upon their age and traditional pres- tige for their authority.

This small volume of prose and poetry, its title suggested by Victor Hugo’s well-known remark, “L’art, c’est I’azure,” gained for Ruben Dario a firm foothold in the literary world of Spain and Spanish America. Around December he moved to rubrn capital, Managuaat the request of some liberal politicians that had conceived the idea that, given his gift for poetry, he should be educated in Europe at the expense of the public treasury. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping.

It was in this island where Ruben began writing the novel El oro de Mallorcawhich was a fictionalization of his autobiography. Known first as Decadentistas and Simbolistas, they preferred the new name, Modernistas, and as such they are now generally known.

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Las ideas jamas han sido patrimonio exclusivo de un hombre, y las sensaciones si. In he was one of the delegates sent, by Nicaragua to the Colombian celebrations in Madrid. Bjrgues article is about the Nicaraguan poet. Then, finally, in the early years of the present century, the Modernistas had to give way to the young poets of today, the “New Poets” as they are sometimes called for lack of a better name.


Acereda, Alberto and Rigoberto Guevara.

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He found in them little to disturb the conservative critic ; and indeed it may be said that it is necessary to study them from the vantage ground of our present knowledge of Dario’s leadership, in daroi to see working in them the leaven that was to change, by gradual evolution, the conventional poet of Epistolas y Poemas of into the Modernista of the Prosas Profanas of In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikiquote Wikisource.

If it is certain, e, that he has had to give way to other claimants for the title El Poeta de America Jose Santos Cho- cano, for exampleit is equally certain that if Rodo were now writing his famous essay on Dario, he would not think of beginning it as he did in”Indudablemente, Ruben Dario no es el poeta de Rubne.

He had indeed his precursors in Spanish America to whom due credit should be given, the three poets mentioned at the beginning of this article, any one of whom might have disputed with Dario the title of leadership had he been per- mitted to live a few years longer.

His mother, Rosa Sarmiento, died on May 3, In his analysis of the six beautiful poems of the volume he called attention to the hterary qualities that place them in the Parnassian school of poetry; their smooth versification, highly poHshed, though apparently spontane- ous; their clear-cut, carefully-chiseled images; the author’s cosmo- politanism and intimate famiharity with many literatures ; the entire absence of any moral or didactic purpose.

His native country supplemented from time to time the means of livelihood and the honors he gained by his pen. The older and more conservative writers looked on with apathy and pessimism; the younger and more vigorous assumed a receptive attitude toward the writers of other countries, especially those of their own race in the New World.

His tranquility was interrupted by the arrival of his wife, Rosario Murillo, rario Paris. More- over, his prose writings of about the same time confirm the sin- cerity of this optimism.

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With the avowed pur- pose of breaking the bonds of conventionality and tradition in both the form and content of poetry, he had consciously avoided local color and racial feeling; he had even sought remoteness from the actualities of life, taking refuge in his high tower of ivory, his alcazar interior, to which pure art alone rben find an entrance.

He found life in Managua unsatisfactory, and prompted by the advice of some friends, opted to embark for Chile on June 5, Burguess health began deteriorating enormously in the last few years of his life. This breaking of ranks was due to many causes.


That the great change in Dario’s literary principles was a gradual one and that it was entirely self-conscious may be ascertained from a careful study of his writings. Rubenn the other hand, it cannot but seem strangely appropriate to one who appreciates the literary qualities of the poems contained in the volume and rubenn etymological history of vurgues two words prosa and profana.

Just as the litur- gical hymns, the “sacred proses,” broke away from the quantitative meters of Latin verse and came to depend for their rhythms upon accent, so the “profane proses” of Dario broke away from conven- tionahty in form and content. Some of the most easily imitated characteristics of his Prosas Prof anas were not far removed from mannerisms, were saved from becoming defects by his exquisite poetic temperament and fine literary taste; some of his followers, lacking these saving qualities, soon brought the name of their leader into disrepute.

The predominance of French culture is more than evident.

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No sooner had Modernismo gained general recognition in Spain and Spanish America during the first years of the present century than a new tendency began to deplete its ranks of its most virile and talented writers ; the first phase of the movement gave place to the second, that of present-day literature, in which Dario became one of the best exponents, although no longer the undisputed leader. Dario himself was quick to see the injury being done to his reputation by a too servile imitation that he was far from desiring: In El Veto de la Reina Mab, the fairy queen, overhearing the complaints of urben four disconsolate artists, “del fondo de su carro, hecho de una sola perla, tomo un velo azul, casi impalpable, como formado de suspiros, o de mirados de angeles rubios y pensativos.

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