America: il racconto di un continente | América: el relato de un continente

America: il racconto di un continente | América: el relato de un continente

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La figura del indígena en Dios trajo la sombra
Una revisión de la Conquista y el encuentro con el otro desde la poesía histórica de Jorge Enrique Adoum

Miguel Ángel Gómez Soriano
Universidad de Alicante, España
mangelgomezsoriano@gmail.com

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-319-9/006

Submitted 06 Feb 2019
Accepted 08 Mar 2019

Abstract

Dios trajo la sombra, the third of the collection of poems Los cuadernos de la tierra, by Jorge Enrique Adoum, poetises the Conquest of the Inca Empire. The arrival of Francisco Pizarro and his men and their actions until the capture and death of Atahualpa are the anecdote behind a review of the process of Discovery and Conquest of America. Jorge Enrique Adoum questions, in his verses, the official historical discourse, established by the same Chronicle of the Indies. His main interest is to show the process of the discovery of the other, both for the indigenous people and for the conquerors, in that profound collision of cultures. Retaking and subverting secular topics, this historical poem reconstructs the figure of the indigenous and gives back its own voice, in a clear vindication of the vision of the vanquished.

Keywords
Historical poetry. Jorge Enrique Adoum. The Notebooks of the Earth. Otherness. Cultural identity.


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Gómez Soriano Miguel Ángel

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La figura del indígena en Dios trajo la sombra

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es

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Dios trajo la sombra, the third of the collection of poems Los cuadernos de la tierra, by Jorge Enrique Adoum, poetises the Conquest of the Inca Empire. The arrival of Francisco Pizarro and his men and their actions until the capture and death of Atahualpa are the anecdote behind a review of the process of Discovery and Conquest of America. Jorge Enrique Adoum questions, in his verses, the official historical discourse, established by the same Chronicle of the Indies. His main interest is to show the process of the discovery of the other, both for the indigenous people and for the conquerors, in that profound collision of cultures. Retaking and subverting secular topics, this historical poem reconstructs the figure of the indigenous and gives back its own voice, in a clear vindication of the vision of the vanquished.

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Biblioteca di Rassegna iberistica

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2019-05-14

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2019-02-06

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2019-03-08

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http://doi.org/10.14277/978-88-6969-319-9/006

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2610-8844

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2610-9360

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978-88-6969-320-5

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978-88-6969-319-9

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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Historical poetry

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Jorge Enrique Adoum

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The Notebooks of the Earth

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Otherness

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Cultural identity

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