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Selected writings

著者: Juan Ramón Jiménez; H R Hays
出版商: New York : Farrar, Straus and Cudahy, 1957.
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Jiménez, Juan Ramón, 1881-1958.
Selected writings.
New York, Farrar, Straus and Cudahy [1957]
(OCoLC)573715046
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所有的著者/提供者: Juan Ramón Jiménez; H R Hays
OCLC号码: 346471
注意: Poems and prose.
描述: xxxvi, 260 pages ; 21 cm
内容: 1900-1915 / Early, traditional and modernistic poems --
Nocturne: "The garden is deserted" --
Autumn aria --
Nocturne: "The moon pours a stream of glitter" --
Galante garden: I --
Galante garden: II --
Sorrowful garden --
Pastorale: "Here come the wagon now" --
Pastorale: "Pomegranates in the blue sky" --
"The afternoon roads" --
The poet has died in the country --
"Among clouds the moon is" --
Pastorale: "For heaven's sake be silent" --
Room --
Morning of the cross --
The distant sea --
Walking --
Green greenfinch --
Elegy of purity --
Elegiac lament: I --
Elegiac lament: II --
Deep and sleeping water --
"Ah how softly the brook" --
Nudes (Adieus, Absence, Return.) --
Yellow sping --
Francina in the garden --
Dream seascape --
Perfume and nostalgia --
Fifth chord --
Nudes --
Idyl --
The wheat-ear --
The conclusive voyage --
New leaves --
Portrait of an unseasonable time --
Odor of Jasmine --
Tenebrae --
Drowned --
The dead girl --
Sky behind the blue sky --
"Sunday afternoons in winter" --
Winter song --
Ash of roses --
"Who knows what is on the opposite side of each hour" --
Love --
Lightness --
Wakefulness --
Huge hour --
Nothing --
Disgust --
Brief return --
October --
To my soul --
"Everywhere arrows of gold" --
Gold --
Convalescence. 1907-1916 / Selections from the book of prose poems. "Platero and I" --
Platero --
Spring --
The flower by the road --
The thorn --
The three kings --
Scarlet landscape --
The little girl --
Chill --
Angelus --
The parsley crown --
Death --
Nostalgia --
Melancholy. 1916-1925 / A new approach to poetry and prose --
"How close to the soul is all that. . ." --
"You are all in yourself, sea, and yet . . ." --
Nocturne: (February 3) --
Sea --
Sky (February 7) --
Ideal arrival (February 11) --
"I plucked off your petals as if you were a rose." (February 20) --
The colonial house (March 26) --
The negress and the rose (April 5) --
Cemetery on Broadway (April 10) --
The moon (April 23) --
Long live spring --
Nocturne: (For Antonio Machado) --
Cemeteries --
Evening --
Intelligence --
Poetry --
"To the bridge of love" --
"Sleep is like a bridge" --
"How strange" --
"I recognized you because when I saw the print" --
"Don't run, go slowly" --
"Every poplar, as you pass it" --
Dead --
(To Miss Rápida) --
"I am not I" --
"I am like a distracted child" --
The poem --
To beloved old age --
Seas --
Nocturne of dreams --
Ideal epitaph for a sailor --
Song --
"Yes --
says day --
no --
" --
Round the tip --
Unveiling --
Light and water --
"Leave the door open" --
Dawns of moguer --
My voice --
This is my life --
Death --
The watcher --
The only friend --
South --
The little green bird --
"They shall not stare at me saying" --
The water in the water --
The lie --
White elm tree --
I should like to sleep during this night --
Zenith. 1925-1936 / From the years of maturity in rhythm and thought --
Generalife --
Madrid wind --
Departure --
The solitary Poplar --
Final autumn --
Sea, nothing --
New spring --
Western moon --
Sepulchral night --
My green garden --
Most mine --
Prelude to autumn --
Bird of the water --
The rosemary flower --
The moon in the Pinetree --
The rockrose --
The wild bird --
Sweet Marjoram of the mountain --
Black hair --
Moguer nocturne --
Atmosphere --
The little green girl --
The first --
The eternal damsel --
The one being --
Ultimate Rose --
The gardener of Seville --
Listening to the water --
Night visit to "The hill" --
The blind men of Madrid --
City of the sky --
Returning flower --
Flowers beneath the lightning --
I shall be reborn --
The coming star --
With the Roses --
Fortunate creatures. 1940 / Portraits of writers and artists --
Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer --
Rosalía de Castro --
José Martí --
Rubén Darío --
Francisco Giner --
José Asunción Silva --
Enrique Granados --
Miguel de Unamuno --
Jóse Enrique Rodó --
Manuel de Falla --
Antonio Machado --
Teresa de la Parra. 1941 / Ideals on society and poetry --
Aristocracy and democracy --
Poetry and literature. 1936-1956 / From the latest books written in America --
Offended dove --
The birds from I know where --
Second fragment --
The best night --
Trees men --
The most faithful --
Heroic reason --
With your light --
It's coronet of glory --
From Lower Takhoma --
With her and with the Cardinal --
In my third sea --
Without tedium or rest --
With the southern cross --
In the best that I have --
With half of me yonder --
Looking at her hands --
The color of your soul --
To burn completely.
其他题名: Works.
责任: translated by H.R. Hays ; edited with a pref. by Eugenio Florit.

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