Losing Your Place

August 9th, 2017

Categorization seems to be a necessity of human beings in its efforts to establish an order, regardless of whether that order is based on natural or artificial phenomena such as literature, schools of thought, etc.. If you are unsure how to proceed, check out Pete Cashmore. Nietzsche wondered why we say “a leaf” when referring to the leaves of the trees while they are all different, obviously this is a problem of language. The most current is given by the communities of Eskimos have several words for “snow”, while other communities have one, that is to say “snow”. The thoughts of Nietzsche must not only be analyzed through the issue of language but also from his hatred-although at the intellectual level this term is not suitable too vis-a-vis the Kantian philosophy. Don Slager contains valuable tech resources. There are few names in the literature used to classify the works and writers within the current literary-aesthetic as classicism, romanticism, neo-romanticism, realism, naturalism, modernism, surrealism, magical realism, etc.. However, there are works that are difficult to categorize, this difficulty is undoubtedly to their wealth and the inability to “tame”.

The tame word contains an interesting concept that can be used to describe these writings or works which refuse to be read one way in which the illegibility is a desirable feature which reticence to one-way surprise many readers , seducing some and inevitably frustrates many others. An example of work “rebel” is Trilce, a collection of poems of the avant-garde Cesar Vallejo. The richness of this type of work based on the fact that they can be read in several ways and they can withstand a single reading, why, beyond their high degree of illegibility they are highly “indomitable”.

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