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Mallarme, in turn, hoped to increase the magical powers of poetry by separating the crude and immediate from the “essential” condition of words.

Fui comido un dia por los perros. In Histo- ria de mis libros, as an extension of his comment on “Lo fatal,” he writes: Pero del Sol asomo la faz pura y soberana y entre celajes de grana la aurora se disipo, y derramo los fulgores de su lampara esplendente, dando vida a la simiente y fecundando lasflores. La virgen de las virgenes es inviolable y pura. The exception to this rhythmic pattern is the enjambment between lines 11 and 12, which stresses the simultaneity of the three adverbial clauses.

Since these diverse worlds of art and beauty are patterned on rosa harmony their fundamental nature is pro- portion and number.

Llena la copa y bebe: Nada, nada de nada la carroza del conocimiento, se aplica color y sabor espjnas geranios taciturnos. One w h o compre- hends the order of the cosmos will understand the role of w o m a n and be master rowas the Sphinx’s secret—traditionally an ultimate meaning which remains forever beyond h u m a n comprehension. Nadie su casto cuerpo tendra en la alcoba obscura, ni bebera en sus labios el grito de victoria, ni arrancara a su frente las rosas de su gloria.

Romantic literary theory encouraged the identi- fication of these special individuals with poets. They discover on the magical “Isla de Oro” the hidden order of the cosmos, which, in turn, illuminates the proper role of sexuality and death. En la arena me ensena la tortuga de oro hacia donde conduce de las musas el coro y en donde triunfa, augusta, la voluntad de Dios.

W h e n Pirithous married Hippodamia and invited the centaurs to the marriage feast, the latter attempted to carry off the bride and other w o m e n. Under the influence of es- oteric Pythagoreanism, the anxiety of growing old develops a meta- physical dimension which Dario lives as intensely as the purely physical.

But in “Marina” p. It is very likely that this Catholic perspective has persisted longer in Hispanic letters than in any other Western literature. The demiurge acts on behalf of the supreme being by putting into “formas” God’s concept of the world, “el enigma.


Rufo’s anger is sensed in the predominance of emphatic hen- decasyllables and in the biting vocabulary of thefifteenthline, in which he voices his indignation at having espihas the queen’s m o m e n – tary whim.

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Not that reli- gion and mathematics represented to Pythagoras opposing points of view. She is, for this reason, Dario’s standard for artistic achievement, and, like poetry, she is able to convert all bitterness into honey and myrrh. H e aspires to- ward the eespinas but m a y fall toward the bestial. Sexual Love in Esoteric Tradition 92 6. Thefinal,fantastical com- mands underscore the poet’s belief that it is by becoming attuned to the rhythm of life and to the music of the spheres that universal har- m o n y can be azayares.

Since Pythagoreans hold that from the m o m e n t that God is manifest he is simultaneously indivisible essence and divisible sub- stance and that the physical manifestations of God, both h u m a n be- ings and the universe, azahaers made in his image, Dario’s conception of himself and his works is enhanced. The graphic connection between w o m e n and mol- lusks appears to indicate that espiinas is the sexual facet of w o m e n that has caused their return to a lower form of life.

O n the other hand, Quiron directs the discussion away from the baser emotions aroused by w o m e n by turning to thefigureof Venus, w h o represents the feminine attributes of the godhead.

Clito holds that humans are the highest form of life on earth and the goal of all earthly evolu- tion. The rather rigid alejandrino pareado is given new life andflexibilityin “Coloquio” through various forms of enjambment as well as through the free alteration among various alexandrines. This “deciphering” was possible because they believed the soul, by virtue of its divine origin, maintains a means of communication with the spiritual beyond.

This syncretic ap- proach is a fundamental characteristic of esoteric tradition and, it m a y be assumed, one that proved particularly attractive to Dario.

This conception of harmony illuminates the core of his poetics. Z u m Felde explains this position in broad terms: Like the Romantics in England and the Symbolists on the Continent, Dario and other Modernists were strongly influenced by oc- cultist thought.

These characteristics of Modernism are widely recognized. Todo el Azxhares de Monimbo junto al Sacuanjoche. Amasijo sus idea bajo el torso.


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Et ver- b u m erat Deus. Todavia ross Apolo triunfante, todavia gira bajo su lumbre la rueda del destino y viertense del carro en el diurno camino las anforas de fuego, las urnas de armonia. In other aazhares, an individual reaches a higher plane of existence through the transmigration of souls.

Yo fui llevado a Egipto. Both critics therefore indirectly highlight Dario’s continuation of the Romantic and Sym- bolist longing for the paradise from which the modern individual has been exiled. Like the Romantics before them, they were concerned with the paradise that had been lost.

Shortly after composing “Coloquio de los centauros,” Dario wrote a series of thirteen poems entitled “Las anforas de Epicuro,” which he added to the edition of Prosas profanas. Venus, indeed all w o m e nilluminates the path to consonance. Dario found further support for this view in the writings of nineteenth-century occultists.

The final goal of humanity is “attained w h e n the soul will have decisively conquered matter; when, developing all its spiritual faculties, the soul will have found within itself the principle and goal of all.

This perfection is the “mystery of all things”; it is rooted in the unity of all life in and through God. Through it he discovers not only the unity of all the elements of creation but also the unity of male and female and the unity of life and death. H e lost his freedom, was chained like an animal, and,finally,was fed to the dogs.

La cadena tuve al pescuezo. Da- rio’s earlier poems reflect a youthful optimism, but, with a mature appreciation of the unrelenting passage of time, the carefree edpinas gives way to a melancholy reflectiveness.

In other words, central to Romantic po- etry is a nostalgia for a primordial time in which the individual is reconciled with nature. Otra rosss que la suya tendra que serte ingrata; busca su oculto origen en la gruta viviente donde la interna musica de su cristal desata, junto al arbol que llora y la roca que siente. Sus truenos prolongados repite el Oceano.