Poemas de Gongora by Luis de GongoraGongora no publico su obra en vida, aunque lo intento en 1623. Sus versos se conocieron dispersos en manuscritos o impresos en hojas sueltas. Solo aparecieron en un libro el ano en que murio, en una edicion que preparo Juan Lopez de Vicuna con el titulo de Obras en verso del Homero espanol (1627). Despues Gonzalo de Hoces hizo otra edicion de Todas las obras de don Luis de Gongora en varios poemas (1633).
Luis de Gongora
His style is characterized by what was called culteranismo , also known as Gongorismo. This style existed in stark contrast to Quevedo's conceptismo. Around , he was ordained priest, and afterwards lived at Valladolid and Madrid. While his circle of admirers grew, patrons were grudging in their admiration. Ultimately, in through the influence of the Duke of Lerma , he was appointed honorary chaplain to King Philip III of Spain , but did not enjoy the honor long.
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