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Garcilaso de la Vega
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Églogas

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El amor y el descubrimiento de la naturaleza, aparece en las tres églogas. En la primera, el autor habla por boca de dos pastores: Salicio, que se lamenta de haber sido rechazado por Galatea, y Nemoroso, que llora la muerte de Elisa. Ambos personajes corresponden a dos períodos biográficos de Garcilaso, el de su amor no correspondido por Isabel Freyre y el de la tristeza ...more
194 pages
Published 1981 by Turner Libros (first published 1543)
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Nov 25, 2016 Nadia Mcgowan rated it it was amazing
No le había releído en condiciones desde el instituto, a excepción de una breve incursión durante una asignatura de literatura que cursé en la universidad. Es necesario leerle.
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Muy hermoso, a veces un poco divagante, pero las imágenes que crea son muy lindas. Me gustó la tercera égloga, las ninfas y sus telas bordadas que contaban historias de amor trágico griego.
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Garcilaso de la Vega (Toledo, c. 1501– Le Muy, Nice, France, October 14, 1536), was a Spanish soldier and poet. The prototypical "Renaissance man," he was the most influential (though not the first or the only) poet to introduce Italian Renaissance verse forms, poetic techniques and themes to Spain. His exact birth date is unknown, but estimations by scholars put his year of birth between 1498 and ...more
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