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Author: Elvira, Muriel
Date: 2018-11-30
Published in: Atalanta: Revista de las letras barrocas, 6 (2), 83-116.
Document type: Article
Abstract: Entre los primeros admiradores de la poesía de Góngora figuran numerosos historiadores. Algunos participaron activamente en la defensa de Góngora y firmaron pareceres o comentarios, contribuyendo así a autorizar la poesía gongorina; otros no se comp...
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In this article, I intend to track little known evidence of Góngora’s reception among historians and analyze some common features in the way they would read and comment Góngora’s poems. I focus on a set of historical treatises, which hold a dialogue with one another, and oppose on the one hand two historians from Córdoba (Martín de Roa and Díaz de Rivas) and on the other hand two other ones from Sevilla (Rodrigo Caro) and Aragón (Andrés de Uztarroz), in an historical controversy that deals with two problems, independent, but artificially intertwined for strategical reasons: which of the modern Andalusian cities used to be the head of the ancient Bética? and where was “san Lorenzo” from? Góngora is far from being the main issue in this double controversy, but he is cited with admiration by all of them, and he is unexpectedly conjured up as an authority to explain coins, epigraphic inscriptions and geographic issues. His image is sometimes manipulated in bad faith
Cite: Elvira, M. (2018). La recepción de Góngora entre los historiadores españoles del siglo XVII. Atalanta: Revista de las letras barrocas, 6 (2), 83-116.
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URI: https://hdl.handle.net/11441/83570

DOI: 10.14643/62C

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