Clara MaríasUniversidad de Sevilla | US · Departamento de Literatura Española e Hispanoamericana
PhD Spanish Literature, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
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This article focuses on The Reformed Spaniard and The Spanish Monk... two works by two Spanish monks converted to Calvinism and refugees in King James’ England, Juan Nicolás y Sacharles and Tomás Carrascón, published in 1621 and 1623 in Latin and English and containing the narrative and reasons of their conversion, as anti-Catholic propaganda and w...
The project Once upon my song was created after observing the difficulties that the poetic genre poses to university students, even those who study Humanities. To avoid the fear that students seem to show towards poetry and encourage their motivation, the texts that are part of the project were selected from a genre that has not formed until now pa...
Among the romances noticieros (news-bearing ballads) from the time of Fernando and Isabel -ballads which form part of the erudite, courtly cancioneril poetry when composed by known authors, and part of the popular tradition when we know of only anonymous traditional versions- the ballads that recount the deaths of princes and monarchs are especiall...
This article endeavours to emphasize the interest of the configuration of the poetic I that the ethical verse-epistles of the early Spanish Renaissance construct, that is, those written in verse by authors born before 1535, whose content intermingles the ethical ideas with the individual experience. Throughout the analysis of the psychological, eth...
Este artículo se propone revisar la visión del matrimonio y de la esposa que aparece en los célebres pasajes de la epístola poética de Juan Boscán a Diego Hurtado de Mendoza (c. 1540). Primero analiza la visión de Boscán de su esposa y su matrimonio y la conexión con su cambio poético e ideológico, teniendo en cuenta los otros poemas que forman par...
Este artículo intenta comparar la visión que dos hombres tan admirados por sus hechos de armas como por sus versos, Francisco de Aldana (m. 1578) y Andrés Rey de Artieda (m. 1605), ofrecen en sus poemas acerca de la guerra de Flandes, de cuyos desastres fueron testigos. Sus epístolas en verso muestran en un tono familiar, crítico y realista, la mis...
In most of Galdós novels, the realistic description of inner and exterior, public and private spaces of the city doesn’t end with the narrator’s objective perspective, but is completed by the subjective sight of the characters, that mould and deform the urban landscape according to their wishes, prejudices and obsessions. In La desheredada, the spa...