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Luis Cernuda

Les plaisirs interdits. Los placeres prohibidos

Françoise Étienvre, Serge Salaün, Zoraida Carandell et al. (ed.)
2010

En 1931, alors que l'Espagne vit un bouleversement politique sans précédent et proclame la deuxième République, Luis Cernuda (1902-1963) écrit Les plaisirs interdits, recueil qui est sans aucun doute l'un des chefs-d'oeuvre du surréalisme et une revendication de l'amour homosexuel inédite dans...


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