Estudio de la revista El Bosque

García Remacha, María Celeste
Calvo Carilla, José Luis (dir.)

Universidad de Zaragoza, FFYL, 2014
Filología Española department, Literatura Española area

Máster Universitario en Estudios Hispánicos: Lengua y Literatura por la Universidad de Zaragoza

Free keyword(s): revistas literarias aragonesas siglo xx ; revistas literarias editadas diputación de zaragoza ; prensa cultural siglo xx
Tipo de Trabajo Académico: Trabajo Fin de Master
Notas: Abstract The object of this research is to attempt to recount a history of twentieth-century literature, utilizing books as a sole source of research material, which will lead us to an incomplete work and, therefore, to draw conclusions that lack sufficient credibility. One cannot ignore other sources of information and other publications, such as literary magazines, that end up becoming a very important source, framing a complete view for a literary research. That is the reason why we have chosen to study and research the literary magazine El Bosque “The Forest” (1992-1996), edited by the Provincial Councils of Zaragoza and Huesca under the direction of Ramón Acín and Javier Barreiro. The choice of the magazine El Bosque “The Forest” was fundamentally due to the interest in a work in which converge several factors that have been expressed. 1. Endurance with the passage of time… It is very interesting for its analysis on the absence of the same dates from other literary magazines of the same features published in Aragon with a multidisciplinary initiative to fill a cultural gap. 2. In the majority of the cases, the work procedure and the content try to echo the cultural and artistic movement of the era. For all of these legitimate reasons we found strong grounds of sufficient weight to consider that El Bosque’s spirit should persist throughout time. El Bosque was a thoughtfully presented literary and arts magazine promoted and funded by the Provincial Councils of Zaragoza and Huesca. Published quarterly, a total of twelve issues collected in eleven volumes were printed during the period of March 1992 through March 1996, the date on which it definitely disappeared.The headquarters of the magazine was in the building that occupies Zaragoza´s Provincial Council in this city, at the Plaza of Spain, No. 2. It was created to be a showcase of cultural activity in the Aragonese context taking place during that period, but without forgetting the national and international climate. The magazine was operated jointly by Ramon Acín and Javier Barreiro, with Fernando Sanmartín serving as editor-in-chief and José Luis Acín as leading graphic designer. Our research has focused on the study and analysis of its formation and development, as well as the assessment of its literary sections and the collaborators who contributed with their articles to the creative process of the magazine.

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