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    Title: Lo tradicional y el elemento del miedo en las leyendas de Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer: vínculos y poética
    Authors: Fernando Darío González Grueso
    Date: 2017-06
    Issue Date: 2019-04-13 12:10:30 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: UNESP Universidade Estadual Paulista Julio de Mesquita Filho
    Abstract: Desde que Rubén Benítez, en 1971, estableciera la clasificación de los textos prosísticos de Bécquer en tres, dependiendo de su relación con lo tradicional, se han sucedido eminentes estudios que han versado sobre lo fantástico en sus leyendas. Sin embargo, este estudio profundiza en las relaciones del miedo con la misma poética de las leyendas, y establece su vinculación con el folclore oral tradicional. Para ello, en el presente artículo se va a realizar una breve presentación de las leyendas de Bécquer y los elementos que influyeron en su peculiar conformación del miedo, posteriormente, se analizarán y aplicarán pertinentemente teorías concernientes al miedo, al terror y al horror relevantes, y se concederá especial atención a dos leyendas por presentar el miedo a lo siniestro freudiano: "El monte de las ánimas" y "La corza blanca". Since Rubén Benítez offered the classification of Bécquer's texts into prose divided in three, in 1971,-depending on their relationship with the traditional-, there have been eminent studies that have dealt with the fantastic in his legends. However, this study analyses the relationships between fear and the very poetics of his legends, and establishes their bonds with the traditional oral folklore. To this end, this article is going to make a brief presentation of the legends of Bécquer, and the elements that influenced his peculiar conformation of fear, terror and horror, afterwards, relevant theories concerning fear will be analysed and applied pertinently. Special attention deserve two legends, which present the fear to the Freudian sinister. Such stories are: "El monte de las ánimas" and "La corza blanca".
    Relation: Revista de letras 57(1), p.57-70
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Spanish] Journal Article

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