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LAS FUENTES PLAUTINAS DE LA COMEDIA HUMANÍSTICA LATINA "ANNULARIA" (ca. 1500), DE EGIDIO GALLO

Antonio Arbea G., María José Brañes G. and Javier Beltrán H.
Revista Chilena de Literatura
No. 82 (NOVIEMBRE 2012), pp. 55-73
Published by: Universidad de Chile
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/41756616
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Abstract

Los estudiosos coinciden en señalar que los comediógrafos latinos -especialmente Plautofueron los modelos principales de la comedia humanistica latina, a la que proporcionaron argumentos, esquemas, estructura y lengua. Está pendiente, sin embargo, establecer con exactitud y en detalle en qué medida esas fuentes antiguas determinaron el contenido y la forma de cada comedia humanística en particular. En este trabajo nos proponemos precisamente verificar la influencia léxica y fraseológica que ejerció Plauto sobre la comedia humanística latina Annularia (ca. 1500), de Egidio Gallo. Esta pieza, tras un examen detallado de su texto, aparece casi como un verdadero centón plautino. Scholars agree on saying that Latin playwrights -chiefly Plautus-set the benchmark for the Latin humanistic comedy, shaping its plots, schemes, structures and language. Nonetheless it remains to be established exactly how and to what extent these two sources from the past molded the content and the shape of every particular humanistic comedy. In this paper we intend to verify how Plautus lexically and phraseological ly influenced the Latin Wumanistic comedy Annularia (ca. 1500) byEgidio Gallo. Surprisingly, after thorough examination, this play looks almost like a bonafide Plautine cento.

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