This essay attempts to analyse the poetry "El apellido. Elegía familiar" by Nicolás Guillén. To this end, it draws on the reflections of Jung and Adler on the name as a mandate and continues with the considerations of Jacques Lacan, in association with Frantz Fanon, on the importance of language as an instrument for the perception of reality. It ends with a comparison between Heidegger's text on Hölderlin's poetry and the poem studied, and concludes with a proposal for an in-depth reading of Guillén's text.
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|