Fragmentos del ocio: edición y reescritura en el bajo barroco
The lyric volume Fragmentos del ocio appears anonymously in 1668. Its author, Juan Gaspar Enriquez de Cabrera, Admiral of Castile, republished the work in 1683, with significant changes in the form of textual variants, the organization of the poems and the object of love poetry. The history of the text becomes more complex when added up to four manuscript copies, with substantive differences, but always dated after the last edition, with doubts in only one case. The analysis of alterations and consideration of the resulting path pose reflections on the authorial construction, the processes of rewriting and the control of transmission of the texts, in a more complex picture than usually considered, with significant projection in the characterization of poetry in the low Baroque.