Poetas en la frontera de México-Estados Unidos de América: Heriberto Yépez y Esther M. García
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Poetry
Ludicrous, The
Power (Social sciences)
Manners and customs
Poetry
Negroes
Ludicrous, The
Power (Social sciences)
Manners and customs
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Abstract

Abstract: Mexican poetry in recent years is characterized by the decentralization of some literary practices that have to do with the conflict that occurs on the US-Mexico border. From the work of Heriberto Yépez, Por una poética antes del paleolítico y después de la propaganda (2000), to Esther M. García, with Mamá es un animal negro que va de largo por las alcobas blancas (2017), we can study fission, violence, especially against women, the “telephysics” and humor to criticize the boundaries that cross over multiple poetics and organs of power. In contact with San Diego (California) and El Paso (Texas), the lyric work that has been published in the last decades allows us to understand the cross-border problems beyond the convention.

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