"Se hace camino al andar"el legado de la poesía pedestre del Romanticismo inglés en Miguel de Unamuno y Antonio Machado

  1. Cristina Flores Moreno 1
  2. Jonatan González García 1
  1. 1 Universidad de La Rioja
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    Universidad de La Rioja

    Logroño, España

    GRID grid.119021.a

Journal:
Erebea: Revista de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales

ISSN: 0214-0691

Year of publication: 2016

Issue: 6

Pages: 169-195

Type: Article

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Summary

Walking in Nature was for the English Romantics an intense poetic experience, which originated some of their best poems, based on the search of a total immersion in Nature and of the gaining of the poet’s self-knowledge. The poetry of W. Wordsworth and S. T. Coleridge epitomises this epistemological journey in the natural world, in which the limits of the poet’s identity are blurred, being that identity reconstructed afterwards in its intimate communion with Nature. A similar poetic effect, we contend, is produced in two major early twentieth-century Spanish poets, namely Miguel de Unamuno and Antonio Machado, both by means of their reading of Wordsworth’s and Coleridge’s pedestrian poems, and by their own exposure to the Spanish countryside.

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