By Pere Gimferrer
Alma Venus es un extenso poema unitario que supone todo un acontecimiento en los angeles obra de Pere Gimferrer: junto a las referencias al cine, l. a. literatura o los angeles pintura habituales en el poeta, estos versos aluden a las circunstancias sociales y políticas actuales. A través del entrelazamiento de lo person con lo colectivo, del pasado con el presente y del arte con los angeles vida cotidiana, Gimferrer invoca los angeles poesía clásica latina, el legado surrealista y los críticos del mundo actual–Antonio Negri o Noam Chomsky–, para reivindicarel poder subversivo del amor en l. a. sociedad capitalista.Este poemario prosigue y amplia el territorio explorado en l. a. precedente entrega del autor, Rapsodia, elegido mejor libro de poesía del año 2011 por ABC y El Mundo.Tanto por el dominio de los angeles imagen poética como por lavariedad y contundencia de l. a. expresión de los temas, ésta es una poesía tan atemporal como de extrema actualidad, que encuentra eco en diferentes generaciones de lectores; un paso adelante en l. a. obra de «uno de los mayores poetas contemporáneos en cualquier lengua» (Túa Blesa, El Cultural).Esta obra ha recibido una ayuda a los angeles edición del Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte.
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