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Selected poems of Luis Cernuda

Author: Luis Cernuda; Reginald Gibbons
Publisher: Riverdale-on-Hudson, N.Y. : Sheep Meadow Press, ©1999.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Bilingual edView all editions and formats
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"Luis Cernuda was born in Seville in 1902 and died in Mexico in 1963. A poet of the Generation of 1927 (a generation that includes Federico Garcia Lorca and Rafael Alberti), Andalusian Cernuda's voice is more cosmopolitan than the others', more influenced by the moral, reasonable, and philosophical north, which gives a special beauty to his surrealism."--BOOK JACKET.
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Named Person: Luis Cernuda; Luis Cernuda
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Luis Cernuda; Reginald Gibbons
ISBN: 1878818805 9781878818805
OCLC Number: 42861664
Description: xli, 185 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Luis Cernuda: the Edifying Word / Octavio Paz --
VII --
X --
Remorse in Black Tie --
Body in Torment --
Exile --
Misfortune --
Sleep, Child --
Drama, or A Closed Door --
Nocturne Among Grotesqueries --
I Will Tell How You Were Born --
The Mind is Hung with Cobwebs --
He Did Not Speak Words --
Bodies Like Flowers --
Passion For Passion --
Like a Faint Sound --
II --
VI --
VII --
The Poet's Glory --
To the Statues of the Gods --
To a Dead Poet (F.G.L.) --
Lamentation and Hope --
The Visitation of God --
Common Sense --
Lazarus --
Impression of Exile --
Desire --
Clandestine Love --
Gulls in the Parks --
A Spaniard Speaks of His Land --
Violets --
Ruins --
Native Land --
A Garden --
Dusk --
The Indolent One --
To Love in Time --
The Cemetery --
Wind and Soul --
Unfinished Statue --
Limbo --
Poems for a Body: IX --
Where Are You From --
Pilgrim --
Time to Live, Time to Sleep.
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: edited and translated by Reginald Gibbons ; with an essay by Octavio Paz.

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"Luis Cernuda was born in Seville in 1902 and died in Mexico in 1963. A poet of the Generation of 1927 (a generation that includes Federico Garcia Lorca and Rafael Alberti), Andalusian Cernuda's voice is more cosmopolitan than the others', more influenced by the moral, reasonable, and philosophical north, which gives a special beauty to his surrealism."--BOOK JACKET.

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