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Diary of a newlywed poet : a bilingual edition of Diario de un poeta reciencasado

Author: Juan Ramón Jiménez; Michael P Predmore; Hugh A Harter
Publisher: Selinsgrove [Pa.] : Susquehanna University Press, ©2004.
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"The Diary of a Newlywed Poet narrates the round-trip journey of the poet, who traveled by train and by boat from Madrid to New York City to marry his fiancee Zenobia Camprubi, and then returned with his bride to Spain. He recorded this transatlantic experience in an intimate diary, an intense work of highly symbolic poetry, which was to dramatically change the landscape of twentieth-century Hispanic lyric poetry.".
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Traductions anglaises
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jiménez, Juan Ramón, 1881-1958.
Diary of a newlywed poet.
Selinsgrove [Pa.] : Susquehanna University Press, c2004
(OCoLC)607202979
Named Person: Juan Ramón Jiménez; Juan Ramón Jiménez; Juan Ramón Jiménez
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Juan Ramón Jiménez; Michael P Predmore; Hugh A Harter
ISBN: 1575910748 9781575910741
OCLC Number: 53903713
Language Note: Text in English and Spanish on facing pages.
Description: 499 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Toward the sea --
Love at sea --
Eastern United States --
The return voyage's sea --
Spain --
Memories of Eastern United States written in Spain.
Other Titles: Diario de un poeta reciencasado.
Diario de un poeta reciencasado
Responsibility: Juan Ramón Jiménez ; with an introduction by Michael P. Predmore ; translation by Hugh A. Harter.

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This is the first translation into English of the complete Diary, written by Nobel Laureate Juan Ramon Jimenez. The translation strives at all times for accuracy and fidelity to the original text,  Read more...

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