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La ‘’déterritorialisation’’ européenne du jésuite éclairé Juan Pablo Viscardo ou la reconstruction affective du territoire péruvien de son enfance

Abstract : The concern of the territorial implanting characterizes the writing of the Jesuit Juan Pablo Viscardo, the precursor of the Spanish-American independences. This very personal exercise of research for sense from past is situated in the intersection of the collective History of its region, Peru, and of the history of individual life. Since the exile which leads him in Italy and in England, the debt of the Jesuit towards its native territory is constant. He would moreover be more exact to say about the earth and about the water which marked his childhood, so much these two elements are an integral part of the set of every day of the Creole little boy dreaming, roaming and wandering in the Peruvian South. The Jesuit is sensitive to the quality of his environment: his esthetic aspect, the prodigality and the comfort which he brings to his inhabitants. Viscardo, which suffers during the exile of what it will not see again, refreshes a geography whom he wants to free from the spanish yoke.
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Nicolas de Ribas. La ‘’déterritorialisation’’ européenne du jésuite éclairé Juan Pablo Viscardo ou la reconstruction affective du territoire péruvien de son enfance. Pandora : Revue d'études hispaniques, Département d'études hispaniques et hispano-américaines, Université Paris 8 2011, Territoires, n°10, pp. 33-47. ⟨hal-03243617⟩

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