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      Mariátegui, González Prada e o indigenismo radical no Peru da década de 1920 Translated title: Mariátegui, González Prada and radical indigenism in Peru of the 1920s

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      Indigenism, Marxism, Peasant communities, Indigenismo, Marxismo, Comunidades camponesas

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          Resumo: A obra do peruano José Carlos Mariátegui é conhecida por tratar de temas latino-americanos, mais especificamente peruanos a partir do marxismo de maneira criativa. Em geral se associa a originalidade de sua obra às questões regionais, mas a partir de referências e autores europeus. Quando adentramos no contexto dos movimentos sociais peruanos da década de 1920, em particular no movimento camponês e indígena, é possível perceber que a preocupação do autor peruano está, muitas vezes, vinculada à necessidade de responder às demandas de uma luta política específica. O artigo tem como objetivo apresentar os movimentos radicais que foram imediatamente anteriores ao surgimento do marxismo no Peru e debater essas influências na obra de José Carlos Mariátegui.

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          Abstract: The work of Peruvian José Carlos Mariátegui is known for dealing with Latin American themes, more specifically Peruvians as from Marxism in a creative way. The originality of his work is generally associated with regional issues, but based on European references and authors. When we enter the context of the Peruvian social movements of the 1920s, particularly in the peasant and indigenous movement, it is possible to see that the Peruvian author’s concern is linked to the need to respond to the demands of a specific political struggle. The article aims to present the radical movements that existed immediately before the emergence of Marxism in Peru and to discuss these influences in the work of José Carlos Mariátegui.

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          Sete ensaios de interpretação da realidade peruana

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                Journal
                tem
                Tempo
                Tempo
                EdUFF - Editora da UFF (Niterói, RJ, Brazil )
                1413-7704
                1980-542X
                May 2022
                : 28
                : 2
                : 1-20
                Affiliations
                [1] Niterói Rio de Janeiro orgnameUniversidade Federal Fluminense Brazil felipedeveza@ 123456gmail.com
                Article
                S1413-77042022000200001 S1413-7704(22)02800200001
                10.1590/tem-1980-542x2022v280201
                f465f511-a7e8-40fa-a41d-4447a5af361e

                This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

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                : 22 February 2021
                : 14 September 2020
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                Comunidades camponesas,Marxismo,Indigenismo,Peasant communities,Marxism,Indigenism

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