culteranismo

(redireccionado de culteranismos)

culteranismo

s. m. LITERATURA Estilo literario propio de la época barroca, caracterizado por el uso de un lenguaje con numerosas metáforas forzadas, referencias de difícil interpretación, hipérboles extremadas, latinismos e hipérbatos abundantes. cultismo, gongorismo

culteranismo

 
m. lit. Estilo literario caracterizado por sus metáforas violentas, alusiones oscuras, hipérboles extremadas, latinismos, etc., que se desarrolló a fines del s. XVI y principios del s. XVII. En España su máximo exponente fue la poesía barroca de Góngora, por lo que también se llamó gongorismo.
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SM (Literat) latinized, precious and highly metaphorical style (esp 17th century)
CULTERANISMO, CONCEPTISMO
Culteranismo and conceptismo were opposing literary fashions which developed in the early 17th century in Spain. Luis de Góngora was the main exponent of culteranismo, also known as gongorismo. His poetry was very learned in style, full of metaphor, classical allusions, neologisms and deliberate syntactic playfulness. By contrast, conceptismo, as championed by Francisco de Quevedo, meant very precise, economic and rational language with complex ideas presented in a simple and succinct style. Góngora, who was much vilified in his time, and not only by Quevedo, found posthumous favour with generations of modern Spanish poets, most notably the Generación del 27.