Orfeo en la poesía cortesana de Lope de Vega (1621-1624)». Janus 10 (2021): 5-38
Résumé This article examines the importance of Orpheus myth in Lope de Vega’s nondramatic works during the first years of Philip IV’s reign (1621-1624). After reviewing the apparitions of the aforesaid myth in Lope’s previous works, and critics opinions on the subject, we analyze how he uses it in the three works in our corpus: La Filomena (1621), La Circe (1624), and Orfeo en lengua castellana (1624). In particular, we examine the mythological fables, such as «La Filomena», «La Circe», and the Orfeo, to analyze how the myth evolved, and to study the scene of the death of the poet, and its connections with the possible sources: Bustamante’s Ovidian translation, Reusner’s Picta poesis ovidiana, Pérez de Moya’s Philosofía secreta de la gentilidad and Vitoria’s Teatro de los dioses de la gentilidad.
Mots-clés Lope de Vega; La Filomena; La Circe; Orpheus
Citation Sánchez Jiménez, A. (2021). Orfeo en la poesía cortesana de Lope de Vega (1621-1624)». Janus 10 (2021): 5-38. Janus, 10, 5-38.
Type Article de périodique (Espagnol)
Date de publication 26-1-2021
Nom du périodique Janus
Volume 10
Pages 5-38
URL https://doi.org/10.51472/JESO20211001
Liée au projet Lope de Vega as a Courtly Writer: La Filomena (1621) and ...