publication . Article . 2018

"Vuestras palabras me serán espejo" : reflejos neoplatónicos entre Francisco de Aldana y Luis Cernuda

Giuliana Calabrese;
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  • Published: 11 Dec 2018
  • Country: Spain
Abstract
espanolEn este articulo se evidencia la huella de Aldana sobre la escritura poetica de Cernuda a traves de una lectura de unas imagenes literarias de derivacion neoplatonica. El contexto literario renacentista y el pensamiento ficiniano que influyen en los versos de Aldana, le permiten reflejar en ellos una autentica filosofia luminosa que converge en la imagen del espejo, favoreciendo fenomenos de refraccion que conectan el hombre y la divinidad o el hombre y la memoria por medio de una reciproca iluminacion. Cernuda, por su parte, gracias al acercamiento a los poetas metafisicos ingleses, trae a su presente tambien a Aldana, identificando en sus versos una profunda capacidad de correlacion entre la realidad visible y la invisible. Recuperando la misma imagen literaria del espejo y proporcionando otros ejemplos de reflexion fisica, el poeta sevillano crea un sistema simbolico gracias al cual se evidenciara tambien en su poetica la conciencia de la fractura propia del ser umano y la aspiracion (neoplatonica) a la reunificacion. EnglishIn this article we want to show Aldana’s influence on the poetry of Cernuda through some literary images of Neoplatonic derivation. The Renaissance literary context and the ficinian philosophy that influence the verses of Aldana, allow him to write a sort of luminous philosophy; it converges in the image of the mirror, favoring refraction phenomena that connect man and divinity or man and memory through reciprocal lighting. Cernuda, on the other hand, thanks to his knowledge of English metaphysical poets, brings to his present also Aldana, identifying in his verses a deep capacity for correlation between visible and invisible reality. Recovering the same literary image of the mirror and providing other examples of physical reflection, the Sevillian poet creates a symbolic system thanks to which it will also be evident in his poetic the awareness of the fracture of the human being and the (neoplatonic) aspiration to reunification.
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free text keywords: Francisco de Aldana, Luis Cernuda, Neoplatonismo, Luz, Espejo, Light, Mirror, Aldana, Francisco de, Cernuda, Luis, Literature and Literary Theory, History, Francisco de Aldana, Luis Cernuda, neoplatonismo, luz, espejo, French literature - Italian literature - Spanish literature - Portuguese literature, PQ1-3999, Context (language use), Poetry, The Renaissance, Humanities, Human being, Art, media_common.quotation_subject, media_common
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