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(2013)MODERN LANGUAGE REVIEW.108(3). Mark abstract Recent scholarship on Garcilaso de la Vega has contested the traditional view of his poetry as natural, transparent, and authentic and drawn attention to its intertextual and metatextual sophistication. This article seeks to contribute to this revision by examining an aspect of his Petrarchism that has generally been overlooked: its complex reflection upon perspective and the way one's viewpoint colours one's perception of reality. The analysis focuses on four well-known sonnets (I, X , XVIII, and XXII), which exemplify Garcilaso's fascination with temporal, spatial, and interpretative perspectives.

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Author: Elizabeth Amann

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