Boscán ante Petrarca. El proyecto de un cancionero imposible

Lefèvre, Matteo
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In this article we analyse Boscán’s poems contained in «Libro II» (Second Book) of the Obras de Boscán y algunas de Garcilaso de la Vega (Barcelona, Carles Amoros, 1543) throughout an ethical and spiritual point of view, as well as it stands out in Petrarch’s Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta. In this part of his cancionero, Boscán imitates the italian Poet, but his poems in their combination are far enough from Petrarch’s spiritual perspective. In particular, imitatio styli doesn’t match with imitatio vitae, and the spanish poet only reproduces formal and stylistic features as well as some literary motives of petrarchan Canzoniere, without really endorsing RVF moral structure, that culminates with the christian conversion of the poet and the abandonment of secular love ​
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