Both the process of selection and that of translation are forms of textual reception: based on this assumption, this article intends to demonstrate how Pedro Pablo de Ribera, in his Glorie immortali (1609), legitimizes a Hispanic tradition of discourses in praise of women, and at the same time promotes the circulation in seventeenth-century Italy of canonical authors (such as, among others, Rodríguez del Padrón) who were little known at the time to the Italian public.

Le Glorie immortali de Ribera (a propósito de recepción y traducción)

anita fabiani
2021-01-01

Abstract

Both the process of selection and that of translation are forms of textual reception: based on this assumption, this article intends to demonstrate how Pedro Pablo de Ribera, in his Glorie immortali (1609), legitimizes a Hispanic tradition of discourses in praise of women, and at the same time promotes the circulation in seventeenth-century Italy of canonical authors (such as, among others, Rodríguez del Padrón) who were little known at the time to the Italian public.
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Partiendo de la premisa teórica de que la selección de las fuentes literarias y la traducción son formas de recepción, en el presente estudio se quiere poner de manifiesto cómo Pedro Pablo de Ribera, en sus Glorie immortali (1609), legitima una tradición de matriz ibérica laudatoria de las mujeres, favoreciendo al mismo tiempo la circulación en la Italia del siglo xvii de autores canónicos (Rodríguez del Padrón, por ejemplo) en aquel entonces todavía poco conocidos por el público italiano.
Women, Pedro Pablo de Ribera, Pérez de Moya, Acosta, Rodríguez del Padrón
Mujeres, Pedro Pablo de Ribera, Pérez de Moya, Acosta, Rodríguez del Padrón
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