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Segunda cuaresma de duque Job. Home About Help Search. Topic modeling is very popular at the moment, but when I started working with modernista poetry I had my doubts about that approach. Underwood uses a vector space model to compare words among corpuses, but instead of employing the tf-idf scores normally used by search engines, he has developed his own formula, which he explains in this Tech Note. In the same Tech Note, he has released his R code as well as a very handy script to divide large trees into manageable sections.
Let me now show the results I got using the Topic Tree technique. I fed my script common words and that produced four main branches.
In branch one, the topics are poetry, faith and childhood: In Branch two, all the words are related to the experience of death:. In the third branch the focus is on natural elements, with strong emphasis on flying animals and love: The fourth and last branch is also the most interesting one. The experiment in my opinion was very successful and, of course, I am now curious about what a topic tree of modernista poetry would look like.
The first 1, were from poems written between and So far I have been mining the poems as if they were a long text, not as individual poems. In he published in Paris a volume titled Poemas Poems.
He also published La hermana agua Sister Water, , a collection in which he examines the multiple forms that water can take, an idea leading to the metaphysical concern regarding the nature of reality. For unknown reasons they never married, although they lived together until her death in In they returned to Mexico, where Nervo was given a job as professor of Spanish language and literature at the National School in Mexico City.go to link
Autor:Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera
Nervo offers in these books an oscillation between the erotic and the religious, the doubts of youth tormented by the desire for perfection and the struggle with the demands of the flesh. Finally, that same year he published his political volume Lira heroica Heroic Lyre. At this point, Nervo's popularity came partly from his journalistic articles but mainly from his poetry, which was being perceived from different and even contradictory perspectives. Several contemporary critics have considered these years, until Nervo reached the age of thirty-two, the first stage of his literary production.
In , at the age of thirty-five, upon his mother's death, Nervo published two books of prose - Otras vidas Other Lives and Almas que pasan Souls that Pass - in which he clearly showed his interests in other aspects of reality and the metaphysical world.
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Nervo had read widely, and several English and French prose writers influenced his fiction. Almas que pasan includes several of his early short stories, first published in newspapers. Some of these stories advanced a sort of fantastic atmosphere that later became important in the twentieth-century Spanish American short narrative genre. His next collection of poems, Los jardines interiores The Inner Gardens, also appeared at that time and was well received. This book of poetry, along with En voz baja In a Low Voice, , initiates what critics have defined as the second stage of Nervo's writing.
In both of these books Nervo searches for transcendent beauty in an attempt to find a deeper spiritual significance. These collections confirm his interest in the esoteric and in the idea of pantheism. Until that point, some of his poems were heavily influenced by the Symbolist poets and subsequently dwelled on philosophy, mysticism, and even melancholy.
Nervo deviated from any fixed literary persuasion and concentrated even more on his personal quest for spirituality. He questioned the tenets of Christianity by exploring the renunciation of the material world advocated by Hindu and Buddhist religions. After studying philosophy and mysticism, Nervo hoped to better understand both natural and supernatural existence.
Nervo's fame was increasing both inside and outside of Mexico, and in he entered the diplomatic service as a secretary of the Mexican Embassy and traveled to Madrid, where he lived until In fact, he was the Spanish American modernista author who lived for the longest period of time in Spain. While in Madrid, Nervo was able to write some of the most representative poetry books of the movement, and he had the opportunity to meet with the most prominent Spanish authors.
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As a literary critic he published Juana de Asbaje Juana de Asbaje, , a study of the great poet nun of seventeenth-century Mexico. After several comfortable years in Madrid, Nervo suffered the loss of his lover Dailliez, of whom so little is known, in That episode had a profound effect on Nervo's work. The great pain after her death made Nervo return to the idea of a divine God, and all his works after this date carry a religious connotation. Both books represent a confession of the poet's anguish at her death, the recognition of his own inexorable fate, and finally the search for serenity.