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Histoires de ville, histoires de vies. Identité urbaine de Madrid et récits biographiques au XVIIe siècle chez Gil Gonzalez Dávila et Jerónimo de Quintana

Abstract : This analysis proposes a comparative study of the first two stories of the city of Madrid, published in 1623 and 1627, at the beginning of the reign of Philip IV. The capital of the Spanish monarchy is celebrated by its historians, Gil González Dávila and Jerónimo de Quintana who, in their respective works, use the biographical narrative to exalt the grandeur of the "illustrious children" of the city of Madrid. Our approach aims to understand how these life histories make it possible to configure the urban identity of Madrid in a particularly complex way, as well as the sometimes contradictory political and social aspirations of the Madrid oligarchy.
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Agnès Delage. Histoires de ville, histoires de vies. Identité urbaine de Madrid et récits biographiques au XVIIe siècle chez Gil Gonzalez Dávila et Jerónimo de Quintana. Cahiers d'Etudes Romanes, Centre aixois d'études romanes, 2005, La ville. Lieux et limites, 2., pp.41-60. ⟨hal-01456194⟩

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