Construcción afectiva de la corporalidad: la vieja y su joven amante en Pluto de Aristófanes (vv. 959-1096)

Claudia N. Fernández

Resumen


Con la recuperación de la vista de Pluto y la consecuente redistribución de la riqueza, una vieja, probablemente una hetera, es repentinamente abandonada por su joven amante, ahora solvente y sin necesidad de ella (Aristófanes, Pluto, vv. 959-1096). La expresión de su queja —de cara a Crémilo, el héroe de la comedia, y también del jovencito, que se acerca para agradecer al dios— da lugar a una escena episódica que gira alrededor de la exposición de la precariedad material de su cuerpo deteriorado. Detrás de esta denigración cómica, habitual contra viejos y feos, quedan también expuestas con honda sutileza formas variadas de la aprehensión corporal, sobre las cuales este trabajo se propone ahondar. Nos referimos a la construcción afectiva y sensitiva de la corporalidad, a la dinámica del lenguaje corporal, a la huella fisiológica de la inmaterialidad (como el placer o el dolor), entre otros varios aspectos que prueban un especial interés por el cuerpo en estos versos.


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Cuerpo; afectos; sentidos; Pluto; Aristófanes

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