Revisiting the Experience of the Divine in an Age of Scepticism: The Neo-Mysticism of Spanish Poet Manuel Mantero
Manuel Mantero (1930), one of Spain's best living poets, has revealed in his verse a highly original form of Neo-mysticism, revivifying one of his country's greatest literary traditions.
||Mysticism, Mystical Poetry, Neo-Mysticism, Manuel Mantero, Spanish Poetry, Original Sin, Hieros Gamos, Transcendent Eroticism
International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 3, Issue 4, pp.1-4.
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I work at the University of Georgia as an instructor of Hispanic business culture, language and practices. However, my advanced degrees are in the study of Spanish poetry of the 20th. Century. I have organized one conference on Spanish poetry at the University of Georgia in March of 2001, and have invited and hosted visiting Spanish poets on three separate occasions. I have taught Spanish business culture to American university students in the summers of 2003 and 2004 in Seville, Spain. In my research area of contemporary Spanish poetry and I have published numerous reviews and essays in journals in the U.S. and Spain. I have presented papers in English, Spanish and Portuguese on literary topics, -mostly poetry-, but also in the areas of Aesthetics and Brazilian narration. I am currently preparing an authorized edition of the complete poetic works of Rafael Montesinos.
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