LA GENERACIÓN ALBUR. EL DESAFÍO A LA REVOLUCIÓN
Ivizate González, Diana María
Publishing House: Aduana Vieja, Valencia, 2011
Binding: Rústica con solapas
[Machine Translation:] In the late eighties, in Cuba, Albur magazine became a phenomenon of incalculable dimensions. Old Customs presents the first critical study done on this publication, and uniting in their time to leading figures of art and contemporary Spanish literature. A new designers were added with the same enthusiasm as those recognized as the most promising young teachers. For the first time the keys are revealed here how the generation was connected to the magazine Culture within the Revolution, opposing a transformer approach, dialogue and ongoing challenge to the established cultural policy.
From the analysis of their texts and their graphic work no less significant, describes the speech acts of that generation, socio-political discourse facilitated by the trade magazine and its significance as a driving action to reflect in a critical period and instrumental in Cuban history as it was the end of the eighties and early nineties.