Los versos del orador : una aproximación a la obra poética de Antonio López Muñoz (1849-1929)

Eloy Navarro Domínguez

Resumen


Antonio López Muñoz es uno de los escasos poetas onubenses del siglo XIX conocidos hasta la fecha. Su obra, en la que destaca la leyenda Aliatar, sigue las principales corrientes de la poesía española del siglo XIX, desde la poesía narrativa inspirada en Zorrilla hasta la poesía burguesa y realista de la Restauración representada por Ramón de Campoamor. Su carrera política, que lo llevó a ser Ministro y Presidente del Congreso, añadiría a su obra un rasgo, el de la preocupación por los aspectos retóricos, que sería objeto de duras críticas por parte de los jóvenes autores del fin de siglo.____________________________________Antonio López Muñoz is one of the few authors from Huelva who are known to have written poetry in the 19th century. His work, whose most known poem is the legend Altatar, follows the most common trends in Spanish 19th poetry, starting with the narrative poetry written after the model set by José Zorrilla and ending in the realistic, bourgeois poetry of the Restauration, represented by Ramón de Campoamor. His political career, that led him (already a higllschool teacher of Rhethoric) to be a minister and the Speaker of the Spanish Parliament, added another typical feature to his work, the rhetorical concern, that linked him to the same late 19th century poetry that was bitterly criticized by the turn-ofthe- century modernists.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.33776/hh.v9i8.914 ';



 

       

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