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Arte Poetica de Horaci Other editions. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Epistola a los Pisones del poeta Horacio, mas conocida como Ars poetica, ha venido a ser uno de los sostenes del clasicismo en la literatura.
Ensalza los modelos griegos como maestros y proporciona consejos tecnicos a los poetas noveles. Frente a Aristoteles, Horacio adopta otro tono, ya que, a diferencia del filosofo, el mismo es un artista de la palabra y puede aportar s Epistola a los Pisones del poeta Horacio, mas conocida como Ars poetica, ha venido a ser uno de los sostenes del clasicismo en la literatura. Frente a Aristoteles, Horacio adopta otro tono, ya que, a diferencia del filosofo, el mismo es un artista de la palabra y puede aportar su propia experiencia como creador.
Esta pequena obrita contiene la traduccion del texto por parte de Francisco Martinez de la Rosa en La version se ha dejado en castellano de la epoca, sin actualizar. Se brindan al lector exclusivamente las palabras de Horacio sin notas ni aparato critico. Get A Copy. Paperback , 28 pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. View all 6 comments. Quiero mucho a Horacio. Quem diria I cannot give this book a proper rating because I am still trying to wrap my head around it.
Aug 01, Mateo R. Having understood what a great writer needed to do to satisfy his audience, it would only be natural that he would know what to look for which made him a great observer. Out of all the classical philosophers, Horace would be the one I can agree with the most because I would like to think that literature is meant for pleasure as well as for education.
Not only that but I agree with his point that some wr Upon reading Horace's The Art of Poetry, I realized that this man was a great people watcher. Not only that but I agree with his point that some writers try to overdo it in an attempt to get some time under the limelight.
Horace suggested that writers should be unique in their writing, but above all, they shouldn't attempt to be another Homer or Virgil. After all, there can only be one of those guys, and it's up to you to make a name for yourself. Poetry is like painting. Some attracts you more if you stand near, some if you're further off. One picture likes a dark place, one will need to be seen in the light, because it's not afraid of the critic's sharp judgment.
One gives pleasure once, one will please if you look it over ten times. This guy's ideas and the way he wrote--very organized and systematic, addressed the readers directly are already pretty modern in sensibility.
His metaphors are also really nice and vivid. Read it for school. Found it a lot more interesting and "fun" to read than Aristotle's so that's something. I saw de Saussure's linguistics, and then Bakhtin's polyphony, and then Schiller's theory of theatrical performance, and then reader-response theory, and then anti-Romanticism.
Ancients, you never know what could come out of their mouth! Ingewikkeld om helemaal te vatten, maar geniaal! Horatius' humor, zelfspot en intelligentie maken ook dit werk van hem heel leuk om te lezen. Sollen die Dichter das Recht und die Freiheit besitzen, zugrunde zu gehen! They were pragmatists, through and through, as reflected in their greatest achievements: government, armies, infrastructure, entertainment, etc.
They did and could not improve on the Greek legacy of philosophy, art, theology, or science. But some came close. He also had the sense to teach others his craft. Craft is a key word here.
Unlike the dubious speculation of Plato or total systemization of Aristotle, Horace gave practical and memorable advice to up and coming writers. His tips are short, insightful, and dare I say? The advice in question stems mainly from the Ars Poetica , or Art of Poetry, which remains his most lasting legacy. Actually just a formal letter to some Roman family giving them writing tips, it became a pillar of Western criticism.
Please note I only read parts of the Ars Poetica , hence the incomplete rating. I did enjoy what I read however, and may also read some of his odes. The former is a warning against writing beautiful lines that have no relevance on the story, and are purely ornamental.
The latter is a call to create new words by reinvigorating old ones. Timeless advice if I ever saw it. Incluso para novelistas, dice Juan Antonio.
A los de su especie no les es concedida la mediocridad, pues "ni dioses, ni hombres, ni columnas" lo consienten. Still relevant after all this time and with its short length and comparatively clear language by that I mean the use of examples and understandable metaphors, it is still written in verse more accessible than most modern texts on literary theory or aesthetics.
Harmony, clarity of thought and consistency are truly universal concepts which still have their place in todays literature, notwithstanding the pleasure of unravelling the stimulating conundrum of a well-fashioned dissonance, which has a Still relevant after all this time and with its short length and comparatively clear language by that I mean the use of examples and understandable metaphors, it is still written in verse more accessible than most modern texts on literary theory or aesthetics.
Harmony, clarity of thought and consistency are truly universal concepts which still have their place in todays literature, notwithstanding the pleasure of unravelling the stimulating conundrum of a well-fashioned dissonance, which has a firm place in literature as well.
Had to read this for an English seminar albeit another translation of it and yeah, nothing much to say about it. Paulina Odeth rated it liked it Nov 04, Brett rated it liked it Nov 29, Vivian Mello rated it liked it Feb 22, Silvio rated it liked it Aug 09, Parmacenda rated it it was ok Feb 23, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. As dedicated readers already know, some of the best and most innovative stories on the shelves come from the constantly evolving realm of young ad Read more Quotes from The Art of Poetry In instructing, be brief in what you say in order that your readers may grasp it quickly and retain it faithfully.
Superfluous words simply spill out when the mind is already full. Fiction invented in order to please should remain close to reality. That is the sort of book that will make money for the publisher, cross the seas, and extend the fame of the author.
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Arte Poetica de Horacio, O Epistola A Los Pisones : Traducida En Verso Castellana (Classic Reprint)
Arte Poetica de Horacio O Epistola a Los Pisones: Traduccion de Francisco Martinez de La Rosa, 1838