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Bendita sea la discordia: montage technique in the writing of Práxedis Guerrero and Ricardo Flores Magón

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Bendita sea la discordia: montage technique in the writing of Práxedis Guerrero and Ricardo Flores Magón
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Campbell
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Zachary David
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1982-
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Zachary David Campbell
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Rutgers University
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This dissertation combines the rigor of formal analysis with the insights of Walter Benjamin and other theorists to examine the prose of Mexican anarchists Ricardo Flores Magón and Práxedis Guerrero, which appeared in the newspaper Regeneración in the first decades of the twentieth century. In their efforts to craft a pedagogical and politically agitational writing that contributed to laying the groundwork for the Mexican Revolution, they carried out a series of formal experimentations that internalized the montage logic of periodical forms and prefigured various techniques of the historical avant-garde. My approach to this Mexican anarchist journalism challenges conventional accounts of Latin American history. Although these authors have been thoroughly studied regarding the role they played in events leading up to the Mexican Revolution, the affinities their work and lives shared with both Latin American modernismo and the historical avant-garde has been a blind spot for the narratives that dominate the study of the period in various disciplines. This work is an attempt to restore their importance to intellectual and literary history, and more broadly to work at the intersection of the revolutionary tradition and the historical avant-garde.
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Anarchism
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Spanish
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Journalism, Anarchist -- Mexico -- 20th century -- Criticism and interpretation
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Rutgers University Electronic Theses and Dissertations
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Ph.D.
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Flores Magón, Ricardo, 1873-1922
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Guerrero, Práxedis G., 1882-1910
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doi:10.7282/t3-2sk0-9q44
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ETD doctoral
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