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Un monarca, un imperio y una espada: Juan Latino y el soneto de Hernando de Acuña sobre Lepanto

Maurer, Christopher

Hispanic Review, Winter 1993, Vol.61(1), pp.35-51 [Rivista Peer Reviewed]

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  • Titolo:
    Un monarca, un imperio y una espada: Juan Latino y el soneto de Hernando de Acuña sobre Lepanto
  • Autore: Maurer, Christopher
  • Note di contenuto: A Spanish Golden Age sonnet by Hernando de Acuna dedicated 'Al rey nuestro senor' and believed to be directed to Carlos V is a translation of a poem by Juan Latino composed about 1573 for Felipe II. The sonnet was published posthumously in 1591, but has also been found in a manuscript in the Biblioteca de Bartolome March in Madrid (Ms 23/4/1). The manuscript is a collection of poems celebrating the victory of Lepanto, and the context dates Acuna's sonnet to slightly later than 1572. Latino's poem in Latin, published in Grenada in 1573, corresponds almost word for word with Acuna's. Article text is in Spanish.
  • Fa parte di: Hispanic Review, Winter 1993, Vol.61(1), pp.35-51
  • Soggetti: Spanish Poetry
  • Lingua: Spagnolo
  • Tipo: Articolo
  • Identificativo: ISSN: 0018-2176

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