Garcilaso de la VegaTemas-Petrarchan conception of love. When he describes his beloved wing always represents the Petrarchan ideal of feminine beauty: bright eyes, white hands, neck and so beautiful. The beauty as well as being physical is also espiritual.-idealized nature, refined and harmonious. A desire for rest and peace that respond to topical literary nice place (locus amoenus) .- mythology. Myths that combines love, despair and serene and simple muerte.EstiloEstilo expressing feelings with ease and elegance. His language without losing the music for the melancholy. Retrieves the topics of carpe diem and the locus amoenus. Emphasizes the use of metaphor, the epithet, the hyperbaton and personification. In Garcilaso's poetic career three stages: the influence of the Hispanic lyric, the Petrarchan and assimilation of new art and three eclogues plenitud.ObraCompuso two elegies, one letter, four songs, "Ode to the flower of Cnidus thirty-eight sonnets and eight songs in Castilian verse. In the sonnets and songs Petrarchan style, combined with the rhetoric of love and the topics of the lyrical songs. The elegies are an indication of the influence of the classics. The Eclogues are the most important works by this author. There are three: Eclogue I, II and eclogue eclogue in the second III.La renacimientoCorrientes lyric poetry of the second
rebirth. Petrarchan lyric: The poets who followed this trend showed a preference for the themes of love and a more ornate and rhetorical language. Herrera.Lírica Ferdinand Horatian: Poetry that cultivated moral issues. In the formal aspect, the beloved verse of these authors is the lyre, and his language is terse and clipped. Belong to this school Francisco de Aldana, Francisco de la Torre and Fray Luis de Leon. Religious Lyric: In the religious literature is distinguished ascetic and mystical literature. The ascetic is perfect for people with a life of struggle and sacrifice. Stand Fray Luis de León, Fray Luis de Granada and San Juan de la Cruz. The most representative works are written in prose. Mysticism delalma aspires to union with God. This process takes place in three stages: the purgative, the illuminative and unitive. Include Saint John of the Cross and St. Teresa of Jesus.Fray Louis LeónTemasDeseo of solitude and retreat from the bustle of urban life refuge in nature and the peace buzqueda and knowledge as a way of approaching God. This issue responds to topical lodged at ille.EstiloEstá beatus mostly odes and verse using the lira. The main features of style are: "The sense of humor and extraordinary perfection ironía.-A-The use of linguística. the second person and rhetorical exclamations. Enumerations encabalgamientos.-Recurring questions and the continued use of symbols associated with the NATURE. He used the epithet, the personification and metaphor. Works: Ode to the retired life, Ode to Francisco Salinas, calm night, Ode to Ascension Tajo.San Prophecy of John of the poems a CruzTemasRefleja sis ran into religious inspiration. Cominicar seeks his mystical experience. EstiloRecurre to symbols and allegories. Use the image of the union between a man and a woman through marriage to symbolize the mystic union between the soul and God. His poetic compositions present numerous comparisons ymetáforas.Obras: Dark Night of the Soul, Spiritual Canticle and Living Flame of Love.