Josep Carner: the work of JC (1884-1970) is one of the most important contributions to the movement Noucentiste. The contribution of poetry to the possible realization of an ideal is central Catalonia. The poet is not an ideologue or a politician, has an important role in promoting a certain mood and some imaginative truths that help contruïr a country that believes in its potential as a collective. His poetic activity was hard to work around the dignity of the Catalan language. Josep Carner lleguatge creates a noble, refined, increasingly seeks the k ironic precision and accuracy far from the modernist literarura. In the play "The fruits are tasty" (1906) establishing a poetic conception that has a great echo in the areas identified with the literary and political and cultural project Noucentiste. Under the pretext of two different fruits and reflect aor over time, strengthening the evaluation of a set of moral elements that could tune into the mentality of the bourgeoisie. "Doggerel and fans" (1914) is a work that can be considered the expression of rich and diverse poetry Noucentiste. The book offers everything that the poet has learned during his first time representing a classic Mediterranean where art shows an extraordinary richness of themes, shapes and colors. In "The word in the Wind" (1914) shows a change of style in the treatment of the theme of love. There is a more intense involvement of the poet, the internalization of the painful experience of love. Carner won the poetry of a more meditative (the influence of English Romantic is important) and determined the acceptance of some Symbolist techniques that will enrich the possibilities of the lyric voice. In "The heart still" a major change occurs in Carner's poetry: the poems were chaired by an atmosphere of incesteses and anguish, away from the idealization. From now on, his poetry expresses two trends:post-symbolist influence that has brought his achievement in the publication of "Nabi" (1941) and is the most important poetic work of his (pours a reflection on the human condition and religious experience) and adaptation symbolism in books such as "Spring in the village" (1935).