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dc.contributor.authorEsteve Palomar, Teresa
dc.date.accessioned2009-09-24T08:46:32Z
dc.date.available2009-09-24T08:46:32Z
dc.date.issued1990
dc.identifier.citationESTEVE, Teresa. «Ioesa»: femení singular. Anuari de l’Agrupació Borrianenca de Cultura: revista de recerca humanística i científica, 1990, núm.1, p. 35-46
dc.identifier.isbn1130-4235
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10234/4953
dc.description.abstractInside the almost monocolor panorama that literature in Castelló de la Plana presents along the first third of the XX century -dominated by a «Iandscape painten» aesthetics-, it shines for its own values «Ioesa»by Maximià Alloza. This is the unique work that shares the purposes of renewing of the Valencian authors in modernistic times. Published in 1914, «Ioesa» was a bomb: his author was accused of having done a foreign piece of work, alien to the usual poetry of that time. As a result of these attacks (certainly, not justified), Maximià Alloza left writing and found shelter in the world of painting.en
dc.language.isocat
dc.publisherAgrupació Borrianenca de Cultura
dc.subject.otherAlloza, Maximià
dc.subject.otherIoesa
dc.subject.otherPoesia Catalana -- Comunitat Valenciana -- Castelló -- S. XX
dc.title«Ioesa»: femení singular
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europeana.providerUniversitat Jaume I
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