"Long ago" (1889) de Michael Field como paradigma de la teoría intertextual: de la extrañeza a la metaxología

Mayron Estefan Cantillo Lucuara

Resumen


En el presente artículo, pretendemos abordar la pregunta de cómo Katherine Bradley y Edith Cooper articulan su íntimo diálogo con la poesía de Safo en su primer poemario, Long Ago (1889), publicado bajo el pseudónimo de Michael Field. La respuesta que proponemos para este interrogante se desarrolla en una profunda reflexión que interpreta Long Ago como un texto denso y audaz donde se revisa y se reubica la ontología del arte literario en posiciones ambivalentes. La conclusión primordial a que llegamos es que el poemario en sí representa todo un paradigma de teoría intertextual aplicada que propicia encuentros complejos, inestables y fértiles ente el inglés y el griego, lo traducible y lo sublime, lo dependiente y lo emancipado, lo mimético y lo original, lo empático y lo distante, lo reparativo y lo fragmentario, lo presente y lo ausente, el ante-tipo y el tipo, lo inmanente y lo transtextual.

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Long Ago; Michael Field; Safo; intertexto; reescritura

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