Journal | Rassegna iberistica
Journal issue | 44 | 116 | 2021
Research Article | Philological Glosses (VI): “Tot muda i tot roman” or “Tot roman i tot muda”?  Rhythm and Rhyme in J.V. Foix

Philological Glosses (VI): “Tot muda i tot roman” or “Tot roman i tot muda”?  Rhythm and Rhyme in J.V. Foix

Abstract
This article traces the most crucial moments in the biographical relationship and friendship between poets J.V. Foix and Gabriel Ferrater focusing on what could be considered its culmination: the poem that Foix wrote after the death of his friend in the summer of 1973 at Port de la Selva. Specifically, the study proposes an interpretation of what Foix achieved with the changes he made, in the various versions of the text that have been preserved, in the famous two verses that close the poem while trying to objectify, from the analysis of its repercussions on rhyme, prosody and rhythm, what the masterful poetic gift of the poet of Sarrià knew how to write in an absolutely intuitive way.


Open access | Peer reviewed

Submitted: June 19, 2020 | Accepted: Nov. 24, 2020 | Published Dec. 6, 2021 | Language: ca

Keywords Filologia d’autore| JVGabriel FerraterCritica delle variantiAlexandrine verseVers alexandríFoixAuthorial philologyGenetic criticismJ


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