This article addresses the aesthetics of the integral poem from the postulates of neo-avantgarde project of Movimiento Hora Zero of Peru in the poetry books: Angelus Novus (1989; 1990) of Enrique Verástegui and Las armas molidas (1996) of Juan Ramirez Ruiz, the latter co-founder of the group in 1970. The purpose is to analyze, from a comparative point of view, the aesthetic dimension of the integral poem from the discursive proposals that both books offer in the framework of an intergeneric poetic of utopian and total carácter.
|Translated title of the contribution||The aesthetics of the integral poem in Enrique Verástegui and Juan Ramírez Ruiz|
|Number of pages||24|
|State||Published - 2017|