La naturaleza en la poesía de Ted Hughes y la reconfiguración de lo sublime

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María Jesús Martínez-Alfaro

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Los animales y la naturaleza ocupan un lugar destacado en la poesía de Ted Hughes, que con frecuencia recrea su lado más salvaje. Hay quien desestima sus versos debido a esa violencia, pero hay también quien propone analizar sus efectos desde una perspectiva estética. En esa línea, este artículo explora las distintas maneras en las que la poesía de Hughes proporciona una experiencia de lo sublime, cuya teorización ha evolucionado en paralelo a la manera de entender nuestra relación con la naturaleza. Christopher Hitt, en particular, propone un modelo de lo “sublime ecológico” que no descarta enteramente el modelo anterior, pero que modifica su carácter antropocéntrico. En el artículo, propongo utilizar la poesía de Hughes para mostrar las posibilidades que ofrece el enfoque de Hitt y este concepto alternativo de lo sublime basado en una experiencia más ecocéntrica de la disrupción y la transcendencia que definen dicha categoría estética.

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Martínez-Alfaro, M. J. (2021). La naturaleza en la poesía de Ted Hughes y la reconfiguración de lo sublime. VERBEIA. Revista De Estudios Filológicos. Journal of English and Spanish Studies, 7(6), 78-94. https://doi.org/10.57087/Verbeia.2021.4344
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