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Resumen El propósito de este artículo es presentar a Christophe Lebreton monje, poeta y mártir en Argelia como una figura que representa una renovación del lenguaje con el que se dice el misterio de Dios hecho experiencia humana. La tesis que sostenemos es que su escritura poética, de rasgos posmodernos, dice a Dios de un modo actualizado tanto por su forma como su contenido, en el que destacan la hospitalidad y la nupcialidad.The purpose of this article is to present Christophe Lebreton monk, poet and martyr in Algeria, as a figure that represents a renewal of language with which the mystery of God turned into human experience, is expressed. The thesis we maintain is that his poetic writing, of postmodern traits, names God in an updated way both in form and content, in which hospitality and nuptiality stand out.
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DOI 10.4067/S0718-92732018000200145
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