The persistence of the Spanish authors of the Golden Age in Federico García Lorca’s interviews and conferences

This article explores some occasions in which Federico García Lorca alluded, in interviews and conferences, to different authors of the Golden Age, especially the personality and work of the Andalusian Swan, Luis de Góngora. Lorca found in Góngora the achievement of some of his aesthetical ideas. In...

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Autores principales: Nállim, Magdalena Ercilia, Gauna Orpianesi, María Lorena
Formato: Artículo revista
Lenguaje:Español
Publicado: Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad Nacional de Cuyo 2019
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Acceso en línea:https://revistas.uncu.edu.ar/ojs3/index.php/boletingec/article/view/2355
Aporte de:B de Universidad Nacional de Cuyo Ver origen
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Sumario:This article explores some occasions in which Federico García Lorca alluded, in interviews and conferences, to different authors of the Golden Age, especially the personality and work of the Andalusian Swan, Luis de Góngora. Lorca found in Góngora the achievement of some of his aesthetical ideas. In this approach, there are three fundamental conferences on which we will focus our analysis: "Juego y teoría del duende", "Paraíso cerrado para muchos, jardines abiertos para pocos" and "La imagen poética de Luis de Góngora". Also, our approach will take into account some critical views on the transtextual relationships with the authors of the Golden Age.