ETHNIC SEPHARDIC IDENTITY IN THE POETRY OF COLOMBIA

Libia Velásquez Vásquez

Resumen


This essay focuses on the poetry of Porfirio Barba Jacob, Gregorio Gutiérrez González, and Jorge Isaacs, who in the second half of the nineteenth and beginning of the twentieth centuries from their place of enunciation in Antioquia, Colombia, produced a counter-discourse within the framework of the Catholic culture. This analysis underlines the dynamic character of the authors’ poetry as it relates to ethnic, individual, and collective identity and national-cultural differentiation. History and literary theories contribute to the understanding of a Spanish/Sephardic continuum.

Key words: Ethnic Sephardic Identity, Converso, Language.

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