e present article takes as a starting point an expression of Mujica Láinez, “our heterogeneous contributions,” mentioned in the literary guide to Buenos Aires written by Álvaro Abós, in order to enter into the literary world of Rafael Alberti. In particular, the autobiographical book La arboleda perdida ( e Lost Grove), considered in its double dimension, is either a book of memories or a novel. e elements and objects associated between Spanish and Argentine life among the various groves, located super cially at the sites where the poet lived, are transmuted, profoundly, into a single grove that becomes a symbolic motif in his writing.

Rafael Alberti en su exilio argentino: disrupción y continuidad

Prenz Ana Cecilia
2017

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e present article takes as a starting point an expression of Mujica Láinez, “our heterogeneous contributions,” mentioned in the literary guide to Buenos Aires written by Álvaro Abós, in order to enter into the literary world of Rafael Alberti. In particular, the autobiographical book La arboleda perdida ( e Lost Grove), considered in its double dimension, is either a book of memories or a novel. e elements and objects associated between Spanish and Argentine life among the various groves, located super cially at the sites where the poet lived, are transmuted, profoundly, into a single grove that becomes a symbolic motif in his writing.
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