William Wordsworth’s Sonnets Dedicated to Liberty: the poems about Basque mountaineers [Sonnets Dedicated to Liberty de William Wordsworth: los poemas a los montañeses vascos]

Palabras clave: William Wordsworth, Literatura Comparada, Estudios Vascos, Estudios de la Montaña, árbol de Guernica

Resumen

En el contexto de las Guerras Napoleónicas, William Wordsworth compuso tres sonetos exhortando a los vascos a reaccionar contra la invasión. Este artículo pretende estudiar los poemas desde una perspectiva comparativa. Los Estudios Vascos y el campo de los Estudios de la Montaña, particularmente la especialidad dedicada a la literatura de la montaña, los montañeses y los montañeros, constituyen los principales ámbitos de referencia. La comparación de la visión poética y política de Wordsworth con nuestra perspectiva de la cultura vasca revela el carácter y la extensión de la transferencia de ideas románticas y la interrelación de los acontecimientos históricos en el escenario europeo.

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Publicado
2023-12-28
Cómo citar
Monreal Zarraonandia, H. (2023). William Wordsworth’s Sonnets Dedicated to Liberty: the poems about Basque mountaineers [Sonnets Dedicated to Liberty de William Wordsworth: los poemas a los montañeses vascos]. Fontes Linguae Vasconum, (136), 347-369. https://doi.org/10.35462/flv136.3