LAS METAMORFOSIS EN ISLA: OVIDIO Y VIRGILIO PIÑERA, LUCHA CONSTANTE ENTRE EL ODIO Y EL AMOR
Virgilio Piñera, the islander who became an isle, both loved and hated the island that had become a kind of prison. From the very beginning he would regret being surrounded by water and yet would end up being metamorphosed into the “island” of that poem of ’79. As a lover of Ovid, islands could for both poets be a form of punishment and also a prize, a source of torture and also of redemption. We shall explore the interfaces between one condition and another to find the different metamorphoses that take place.
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