Joaquín Rubio Tovar: el oficio de filólogo



Joaquín Rubio Tovar (Universidad de Alcalá)

El oficio de filólogo: historia de un aprendizaje

Viernes, 9 de febrero de 2018, 18:00H

Aula Magna de la Facultad de Filología

Universidad de Salamanca

Área de Filología Románica · Dpto. Lengua Española · IEMYRhd-SEMYR

Browsing the web, it is not uncommon to find sites where George Orwell’s six statements are reported. Before dealing with it directly, however, let me give you some advice: don’t settle for those twelve lines or so. The discourse of the literal British genius, from which they are extrapolated, is much broader (and interesting). To fully enjoy it, it is necessary, in my opinion, to know at least the crucial points. If you are looking for an article that goes beyond the simple copy and paste of the Orwellian writing rules, you can take a breath of relief: this is it I just ask you to be patient in following me during the reading of the whole article and, in return, I will try to provide you with the information you need. As always. It is fair to say that during the article I will write little. I preferred to use (whenever possible) the words of George Orwell, so as to put you in a position to be able to interpret the aspects of the text you are examining yourself. I warn you that the numerous citations do not «frighten you» and that you do not run the risk of skipping reading and losing important creative ideas.