Reception of César Vallejo’s Poetics in the Literary Works of Sigitas Parulskis and Vytautas Stankus

Acta Academia Artium Vilnensis

Authors

  • Dovilė Kuzminskaitė

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37522/aaav.105.2022.111

Keywords:

intertextuality, César Vallejo, Vytautas Stankus, Sigitas Parulskis

Abstract

The article presents a comparative analysis of the poems “La violencia de las horas” (“Violence of the Hours”) by the Peruvian poet César Vallejo, “Subjektyvi kronika” (“A Subjective Chronicle”) by the Lithuanian poet Sigitas Parulskis and “Devynios gyvybės” (“Nine Lives”) by his compatriot poet Vytautas Stankus. The aim of this research is to trace and highlight relations between the texts, explore how the meaning in a highly intertextual artwork is created, and to establish the common poetic features of the works discussed.

Author Biography

Dovilė Kuzminskaitė

(b. 1990, Lithuania) is assistant professor at Vilnius University, Faculty of Philology, Institute for Literary, Cultural and Translation Studies. She teaches courses on Contemporary literature of Spanish speaking cultures, Women’s literature of Spanish speaking cultures, History of Latin American literature, and Spanish language. Her main research areas are Latin American literature and Contemporary literature in Spanish language, experimental literature, comparative literature, and translation.

VAL (Alex Mlynárčík, Viera Mecková, Ľudovít Kupkovič), Heliopolis, 1968-1974, ink on paper and photocollage, 90 × 90 cm, Courtesy of the VAL Group, Žilina

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Published

2021-12-22

How to Cite

Kuzminskaitė, D. . (2021). Reception of César Vallejo’s Poetics in the Literary Works of Sigitas Parulskis and Vytautas Stankus: Acta Academia Artium Vilnensis. Acta Academiae Artium Vilnensis, 105(105), 214–230. https://doi.org/10.37522/aaav.105.2022.111