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Les stratégies du rendre mémorable. Construction et manipulation de la mémoire dans l’Anfiteatro de Felipe el Grande (1631)

Abstract : The Amphitheatre of Philip the Great (Madrid, 1631) appears as a privileged observatory of the strategies of construction and manipulation of memory. Starting from an insignificant event in itself (Philip IV killing a bull with an arquebus during a courtly feast), the texts in the volume transform the event to make it memorable, profoundly modifying its meaning: magnified through a set of strategies, the anecdote reaches the dimension of myth. The confrontation of the Amphitheatre with other traces of the event reveals a highly oriented fabric of memory, which is clearly inscribed in a perspective of monarchical propaganda. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)
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Christine Orobitg. Les stratégies du rendre mémorable. Construction et manipulation de la mémoire dans l’Anfiteatro de Felipe el Grande (1631). Cahiers d'Etudes Romanes, Centre aixois d'études romanes, 2019, pp.119-132. ⟨10.4000/etudesromanes.9824⟩. ⟨hal-03194425⟩

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