The acemnical poem as alternative lyric space to modern metropolis [Carlos oquendo de amat: El Poema Acéntrico como Espacio lírico alternativo a la Metrópolis moderna]
5 metros de poemas by Carlos Oquendo de Amat constitute a sample of the singularity of the Peruvian and Hispanic-American avant-garde. In this work, through ground-breaking language of ludic sign, riddled with typographic exercises and unusual metaphor, the Peruvian poet merges the tenderness of the village-living experiences of his early years with the perplexity and the enchantment which the metropolis causes him on his arrival to Lima. The present article stems from the characterization which Jean Epstein makes of the new sensitivity (La poesía de hoy, 1920) and from the concept of utopian function proposed by Fernando Aínsa (Necesidad de la utopía, 1990). From these theoretical presumptions, a reading is conducted of the acentric oquedian poems as an alternative utopian proposal to the modern metropolis. In this regard, this work argues on how the lyrical treatment of the space and the combination of rural and urban environments form a poetics of the acentric which offers the reader of "film de los paisajes", "amberes" and "New York" (self-proclaimed as acentric poems) with new vital possibilities beyond the polarity which is established by the city and the village, the center and the periphery.
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