La eclosión de la materia clásica en las letras peninsulares bajomedievales. Compilaciones troyanas no autónomas
Pichel Gotérrez, Ricardo
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The purpose of this article is to review, as much as possible in an updater way, peninsular medieval texts that incorporate, a greater or lesser extent, different motives of Trojan matter in their discursive line, from the first Latin manifestations (11th-13th) to the various vernacular works, especially literary character (as the Libro de Alexandre) and historiographic (as the Libro de las generaciones, the Estoria de España, the General Estoria and the Grant Crónica d’Espanya). Therefore, it is about the works that operate in this sense as compilation receptacles of different discursive materials, including that relating to the Trojan cycle, what involves the movement of these legends non-autonomously into the peninsular literature, while they were emerging various vernacular translations and reformulations proceeding from the great medieval European and classical works (as the works of Dictys and Dares, the Roman de Troie or theHistoria Destructionis Troiae).