Comendador Escrivá, one of the most significant voices of the late XV century, is author of a small collection of poems, rich in interesting cues and not lacking novelties if compared to the panorama of the Castilian courtly love poetry of that time. A native of Valencia, Escrivà lived and worked between the Levantine capital and Aragonese Naples, absorbing influences both from the Catalan and the Italian literary tradition: in his verse, in fact, the Castilian codified manner of speaking about love is blended with reminiscences of the allegoric prose of Roís de Corella’s Valencian circle and with some initial attempts to imitate Italian Petrarchism. The critical edition if his works is accompanied by a linguistic and historical-literary comment, that aims at underlining the multiple influences featured in his production. The introductory study, apart from resuming and delving into the controversial question of the identification of the poet, sets the Comendador’s works in the frame of the cultural relationships between Italy and Spain, in a crucial moment in the history of Castilian lyrical tradition that prelude its great flowering in the XVI century.

Comendador Escrivá, Poesie. Edizione critica, introduzione e commento a cura di Ines Ravasini

RAVASINI, Ines
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2008

Abstract

Comendador Escrivá, one of the most significant voices of the late XV century, is author of a small collection of poems, rich in interesting cues and not lacking novelties if compared to the panorama of the Castilian courtly love poetry of that time. A native of Valencia, Escrivà lived and worked between the Levantine capital and Aragonese Naples, absorbing influences both from the Catalan and the Italian literary tradition: in his verse, in fact, the Castilian codified manner of speaking about love is blended with reminiscences of the allegoric prose of Roís de Corella’s Valencian circle and with some initial attempts to imitate Italian Petrarchism. The critical edition if his works is accompanied by a linguistic and historical-literary comment, that aims at underlining the multiple influences featured in his production. The introductory study, apart from resuming and delving into the controversial question of the identification of the poet, sets the Comendador’s works in the frame of the cultural relationships between Italy and Spain, in a crucial moment in the history of Castilian lyrical tradition that prelude its great flowering in the XVI century.
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