The literary inequality has its own set of travels and competition. In this subjugation of certain specific strategies, it needs to be incorporated in the literary framework. A number of political consequences need to be factored. Numerous aspects in the innovations, movements and factors are involved in the narrative order. These must be diverted or annexed in an effort to overturn existing literary relations and the political dominion. The advent of the modernism is the growth of the Spanish-speaking countries in the end of the 19th century. This can also explain the development of the Hispanic poetry. The development of the language is the spreading of the languages.
Rubén Darío in his explanation of his childhood tries to explain about the nuances of the culture. The development is in the Paris legend. However, even he grew up in French, and his literary works are in Spanish. This shows that the expropriation of literary capital. In this schema, the expropriation that was evident in the works. A deliberate attempt showcases the Frenchification of Spanish poetry. The innate Parisian culture and the nuances of the French culture are seen to be epitomized in the current times (Damrosch, 2003).
To combat the political-linguistic dominance, Darío in the early part of the 20th century discussed about the impact of the Paris in the Spanish literature. These were interesting observations that were based on the nuances of the languages and the language development. In this time, Parish was considered to be the cultural citadel and a neutral political area. These were the allusions that were made by the people the literary struggles. From this, the stake of the literary inequality is in these schemas. The Latin American writers are actually considered to be the peripheral writers who started to gain popularity from the center to the periphery.