A seis grados de Andrés Bello: literatura y finanzas en los 1820s

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Venezuelan poet and intellectual Andrés Bello wrote what are considered the two foundaional poems of Spanish America’s republican period. In this reading, the author argues that the interpetation of these poems should consider the material circumstances in which they were produced: that is, at the beginning and at the end of an extraordinary financial bubble that took place in London (where the author lived)triggered by the speculation on Spanish American Republic’s future.

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Duke Authors

Cited Authors

  • Rosa, R

Cited Editors

  • al, CPE

Published Date

  • 2006

Book Title

  • Itinerarios de la palabra en la cultura venezolana

Start / End Page

  • 133 - 152

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