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By Ernst Robert Curtius

Curtius realiza un planteamiento audaz de cuestiones fundamentales para los angeles historia de los angeles literatura y de las principles, los angeles transmisión de temas y formas, los angeles creación literaria y los angeles apreciación estética. Su mayor mérito es el espíritu que los angeles alienta: un noble afán de salvaguardar el precioso legado del humanismo europeo.

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Me 58 EDAD MEDIA LATINA tura española comienza a fines del siglo x i i , 47 la italiana apenas hacia 1220, con el Cántico al Sol de San Francisco de Asís y con la lírica artística siciliana. El hecho de que las literaturas de Es­ paña e Italia hayan tenido un comienzo tan tardío tiene su expli­ cación en el predominio de Francia; y el que, por otra parte, los monumentos germánicos aparezcan en época tan remota (en In­ glaterra hacia. 700, en Alemania hacia 750) es consecuencia de la esencial extrañeza de lo germano respecto a lo romano.

De las lenguas del Lacio, o lenguas “latinas”, la privilegiada debía ser la que se hablaba en Roma. ). Un edicto de Caracala otorgó derecho de ciudadanía a todos los habitantes del Imperio (212), que desde entonces pudieron llamarse romani. De esta expansión del Imperio a la creación de un nuevo término que designara el enorme territorio habitado por los “romanos” sólo había un paso. La necesidad de contar con un nombre nuevo, breve, expresivo para Imperium Romanum o para orbis Romanus debió hacerse más urgente desde el momento en que los pueblos bárbaros se establecieron en suelo romano.

Esta poesía de humanistas o “poesía neolatina” 20 se suele se­ parar, y con razón, de la poesía latina de la Edad Media. Pero para los siglos xiv y xv no existe aún separación alguna; todavía Petrarca y Boccaccio participan de la herencia de la Edad Media latina, y en 1551 un humanista italiano siente aún necesidad de protestar contra los “malos poetas” del siglo x i i , 27 lo que significa que estos poetas seguían teniendo lectores. El hecho se explica versión latina en prosa y otra en estrofas rim adas.

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