Juan Ramón Jiménez: huelva born in 1881 and died in Puerto Rico in 1958. In 1956 he received the Nobel Prize for literature. The appearance of his great love was very important in his life and work. His poetry was characterized by the desire for full nudity and poetic, as well as the popular attraction, especially for the existence of aesthetic thought, ethical and philosophical. He is considered a modernist poet. Work: is usually divided into three periods: free sensitive plant and souls of violet water lilies reveal modernist excesses (allegory, symbols of autumn, twilight). Afan knowledge of reality starts with Estio which has a more naked and pure perception and a greater conceptualization of topics such as love, in this period he wrote his best work, diary of a newly married poet in the idea exists qe a physical journey, sentimental literature. Need inner consciousness: it reaches its essential idea of poetry, works such as space and animal background, fused the real with the transcendental. Prose poetry: his work is best known silversmith and I, qe is a critique of the progress based on the material.
Ruben Dario starts hispanoamerica modernism introduced and considered the qe is common in Spain. The authors use as a reference qe are as diverse as Parnassians, French symbolists, Spanish classics, etc.. Works: letters and poems, algae, profane prose, songs of life and hope and autumn poem. While his best work is blue, considered a paradigm of modernist aesthetics. It consists of 2 parts in prose and verse 3rd: tales in prose lyrical fantasy qe whole story comes from Paris. His association with Parnassianism shown in exoticism, orientalism, sensuality, and so on. In Chile, contains several stories, twelve narrative-descriptive prints: engravings countryside qe stops on female beauty. Two short stories: between qe are the death of the Empress of China as a star. The year lyrical verses qe compositions can be separated into: four poems, each devoted to each of the seasons. Three Poems: Among the thoughts are qe autumn Anagken and a poet. Three Sonnets: franco, venus, winter. Medallions: portraits of poets of the time.