By W. Michael Mudrovic
This learn of Rodriquez's poetry employs serious ways together with deconstruction, repetition thought, chaos, metaphor and metonymy, psychoanalysis, the elegiac and the elegant, all grounded in matters raised basically in Heidegger's Being and Time.
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Extra info for Breaking new ground: the transgressive poetics of Claudio Rodríguez
For by surrendering himself to the unexpected outcomes of writing, Rodríguez confronts the elusiveness, equivocality, and instability of his medium and so of his identity, his being. One of the seminal characteristics of Rodríguez's poetry illustrative of this dynamic is his careful structuring of each volume. 7 Although he writes individual lyric poems (like any other poet), he arranges them sequentially in each work, so that we must read the individual poems not only paradigmatically as discrete moments of lyric expression in relation to the tradition, but also syntagmatically in relation to the other poems preceding and following in the individual work.
The combination of the paradigmatic and syntagmatic, the interplay of stability and instability, the deconstruction of product and process, work and text, are distinctive aspects of Rodríguez's transgressive poetics. These dualities raise two related issues that need to be addressed in this introduction: (1) the concept/question of the "author" and identity; and (2) transgression. 9 As Kenneth Gergen avers in The Saturated Self: Dilemmas of Identity in Contemporary Life, "much of our contemporary vocabulary of the person, along with associated ways of life, finds its origins in the romantic period.
P. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. Title. 64dc21 98-39218 CIP PRINTED IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Page 5 For my grandparents "Papa" and Della in memoriam Page 7 Contents Acknowledgments 9 Introduction 13 In Retrospect 14 The Concept/Question of Identity 16 Transgression 20 Heideggerian Underpinnings 25 Breaking New Ground 35 1. Defining the Self Through Language: The Poet as Adam in Don de la ebriedad (1953) 37 Edenic Language: The Poet as Prelapsarian Adam in "Libro Primero" 38 Warp and Woof: The Interplay of Metaphor and Metonymy in the "Cantos" of "Libro Segundo" 50 Adam in Exile: Repetition and the Renewal of Language in "Libro Tercero" 73 2.
Breaking new ground: the transgressive poetics of Claudio Rodríguez by W. Michael Mudrovic