Poemas De Gongora

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G?ngora no public? su obra en vida, aunque lo intent? en 1623. Sus versos se conocieron dispersos en manuscritos o impresos en hojas sueltas. S?lo aparecieron en un libro el a?o en que muri?, en una edici?n que prepar? Juan L?pez de Vicu?a con el t?tulo de Obras en verso del Homero espa?ol (1627). Despu?s Gonzalo de Hoces hizo otra edici?n de Todas las obras de don Luis de G?ngora en varios poemas (1633).
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Overview

Góngora no publicó su obra en vida, aunque lo intentó en 1623. Sus versos se conocieron dispersos en manuscritos o impresos en hojas sueltas. Sólo aparecieron en un libro el año en que murió, en una edición que preparó Juan López de Vicuña con el título de Obras en verso del Homero español (1627). Después Gonzalo de Hoces hizo otra edición de Todas las obras de don Luis de Góngora en varios poemas (1633).
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9788496290921
  • Publisher: Red Ediciones
  • Publication date: 1/1/2007
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 406
  • Product dimensions: 0.93 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 5.50 (d)

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Luis de G�ngora y Argote (C�rdoba, 1561-1627). Espa�a. Hijo de Francisco de Argote, quien fue juez en Madrid y m�s tarde fue castigado por la Inquisici�n, adopt� el apellido de su madre. Perteneci� a una familia ilustre de origen jud�o y se dice que estudi� con los jesuitas, aunque fue en la biblioteca paterna donde conoci� a los autores cl�sicos y renacentistas. Entre 1576 y 1580 frecuent� las aulas en Salamanca. Parece que su pasi�n por el juego y las mujeres le impidi� terminar sus estudios. Recibi� las �rdenes mayores cuando su t�o Francisco le cedi� su cargo, pero no le atrajo la vida religiosa. Prefiri� relacionarse con c�micos y toreros y disfrutar de la vida. Tras visitar varias ciudades espa�olas vivi� en Madrid (1617) y fue nombrado capell�n de Felipe III gracias a la intercesi�n del duque de Lerma. A la muerte de �ste busc� sin �xito el apoyo del conde-duque de Olivares. Su situaci�n econ�mica era muy precaria debido a su adicci�n al juego;en 1625 tuvo que desalojar su casa, que pas� a manos de Quevedo. Muri� en C�rdoba acosado por sus acreedores.

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