La mística de Napoleón y los poetas Británicos

Palabras clave: guerra; mística; morbosidad; Napoleón; poetas románticos; posguerra

Resumen

Esta reflexión sobre la influencia de Napoleón y las consecuencias de las guerras en los principales poetas británicos de la época romántica pretende ilustrar cómo se registran las reacciones de la nobleza y los plebeyos en la literatura y los medios de comunicación. La percepción dual de Napoleón como héroe y tirano y el sufrimiento atroz de los que no estaban en el campo de batalla y las sangrientas batallas se manifiestan en las obras de los principales poetas como William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Percy Bysshe Shelley y especialmente George Gordon, Lord Byron. Napoleón trasciende una definición precisa –incluso hoy– y ha inspirado a algunos de los mejores poetas de la literatura británica

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Biografía del autor/a

Mary Anne Mc Danel de García, Institución Universitaria Colombo Americana - UNICA, Colombia

Professor of British Literature, Education Management I and II, and Professional Ethics for Educators. Other experience includes: Dean and professor at the Institución Universitaria Colombo Americana, Principal at the Colegio Internacional de Bogotá, President of the Asociación Andino de Colegios de Bachillerato International, and Coordinator of secondary school at the Colegio Anglo Colombiano.

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Mc Danel de García, M. A. (2019). La mística de Napoleón y los poetas Británicos. Revista Científica General José María Córdova, 17(26), 359-377. https://doi.org/10.21830/19006586.382

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Publicado
2019-04-01
Sección
Fuerzas Armadas y Sociedad