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Poesia Completa

Poesia Completa Author Federico García Lorca
ISBN-10 9780307949202
Release 2012-11-13
Pages 576
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La obra poética completa de uno de los escritores más influyentes de la literatura española La figura de Federico García Lorca abarca, tanto en España como en el exterior, mucho más que su literatura. Su poesía, traducida a infinidad de lenguas, recorre paisajes, hurga en tradiciones y denuncia injusticias con la maestría de un escritor quien utilizó la pluma como pocos, y sus libros continúan leyéndose sin atender al paso del tiempo ni a las arbitrariedades de la moda. En esta deslumbrante colección, el lector podrá recorrer el tramo completo de su obra poética: empezando con el joven Lorca en Libro de poemas, las Canciones y el Juego y teoría del duende y pasando por clásicos lorquianos como Romancero gitano, Poema del cante jondo o el impresionante poemario Poeta en Nueva York, así como Tierra y luna, Sonetos y el Llanto por Ignacio Sánchez Mejías, entre otros muchos. La edición y los prólogos otorgan al lector las herramientas necesarias para comprender y contextualizar al personaje, para acercarse a la complejidad de su obra y para disfrutar, en un sólo volumen, de uno de los autores españoles más relevantes del siglo XX.

Blood Wedding

Blood Wedding Author Federico García Lorca
ISBN-10 1854598554
Release 2005
Pages 56
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New version of Lorca's classic produced at London's Almeida Theatre in May 2005.

Book of Poems Selection Libro de poemas Selecci n

Book of Poems  Selection  Libro de poemas  Selecci  n Author Federico García Lorca
ISBN-10 9780486117683
Release 2012-03-06
Pages 176
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DIVSelections from the 1921 work Libro de poemas spotlight 55 poems, all imbued with the spirit and folklore of the beloved poet's native Andalusia. Introduction. Notes. /div

Negotiating Past and Present

Negotiating Past and Present Author David Thatcher Gies
ISBN-10 1886365040
Release 1997-01-01
Pages 272
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Negotiating Past and Present has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Negotiating Past and Present also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Negotiating Past and Present book for free.

Impressions and landscapes

Impressions and landscapes Author Federico García Lorcá
ISBN-10 UOM:39015014298080
Release 1987-02
Pages 153
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Impressions and landscapes has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Impressions and landscapes also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Impressions and landscapes book for free.

Gypsy Ballads

Gypsy Ballads Author Federico Garci?a Lorca
ISBN-10 9781907587825
Release 2014-08-01
Pages 218
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Federico García Lorca wrote the Gypsy Ballads between 1924 and 1927. When the book was published it caused a sensation in the literary world. Drawing on the traditional Spanish ballad form, Lorca described his Romancero Gitano as ‘the poem of Andalucía...A book that hardly expresses visible Andalusia at all, but where hidden Andalucía trembles’. Seeking to relate the nature of his proud and troubled region of Spain, he drew on a traditional gypsy form; yet the homely, unpretentious style of these poems barely disguises the undercurrents of conflicted identity never far from Lorca’s work. This bilingual edition, translated by Jane Duran and Glora García Lorca, is illuminated by photos and illustrations of and by Lorca, his own reflections on the poems and introductory notes by leading Lorca scholars: insights into the Romancero and the history of the Spanish ballad form by Andrés Soria Olmedo; notes on the dedications by Manuel Fernández-Montesinos; Lorca's 1935 lecture; and an introduction by Professor Christopher Maurer to the problems and challenges faced by translators of Lorca.


Suites Author Federico García Lorca
ISBN-10 189229561X
Release 2001
Pages 236
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The first single-volume edition of the great collection of Suites by the major Spanish poet, Gabriel García Lorca.

Poet in New York

Poet in New York Author Federico García Lorca
ISBN-10 9781466898660
Release 2018-08-14
Pages 320
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A newly revised edition of the insightful poetic cycle by one of the key figures of modern literature Written while Federico García Lorca was a student at Columbia University in 1929–30, Poet in New York is one of the most important books he produced, and certainly one of the most important books ever published about New York City. Indeed, it is a book that changed the direction of poetry in both Spain and the Americas, a pathbreaking and defining work of modern literature. Timed to coincide with the citywide celebration of García Lorca in New York planned for 2013, this edition, which has been revised once again by the renowned García Lorca scholar Christopher Maurer, includes thrilling material—new photographs, new and emended letters—that has only recently come to light. Complementing these additions are García Lorca's witty and insightful letters to his family describing his feelings about America and his temporary home there (a dorm room in Columbia's John Jay Hall), the annotated photographs that accompany those letters, a prose poem, extensive notes, and an interpretive lecture by García Lorca himself. An excellent introduction to the work of a key figure of modern poetry, this bilingual edition of Poet in New York, a strange, timeless, vital book of verse, is also an exposition of the American city in the twentieth century.

The Pond

The Pond Author Manuel Zeno Gandía
ISBN-10 155876092X
Release 1999
Pages 216
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First published in 1894, this was widely acknowledged as the first major novel to emerge from Puerto Rico. The bitter melodrama offers stark contrasts: the beautiful Puerto Rican countryside, a veritable Garden of Eden; yet within it, starved, diseased human beings cling desperately to life.


Yerma Author Federico Garcia Lorca
ISBN-10 9781408148099
Release 2007-02-20
Pages 208
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Yerma (meaning 'Barren') is one of three tragic plays about peasants and rural life that make up Lorca's 'rural trilogy'. It is possibly Lorca's harshest play following a woman's Herculean struggle against the curse of infertility. The woman's barrenness becomes a metaphor for her marriage in a traditional society that denies women sexual or social equality. Her desperate desire for a child drives her to commit a terrible crime at the end of the play.

Literature Class Berkeley 1980

Literature Class  Berkeley 1980 Author Julio Cortázar
ISBN-10 9780811225359
Release 2017-03-28
Pages 320
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A master class from the exhilarating writer Julio Cortázar “I want you to know that I’m not a critic or theorist, which means that in my work I look for solutions as problems arise.” So begins the first of eight classes that the great Argentine writer Julio Cortázar delivered at UC Berkeley in 1980. These “classes” are as much reflections on Cortázar’s own writing career as they are about literature and the historical moment in which he lived. Covering such topics as “the writer’s path” (“while my aesthetic world view made me admire writers like Borges, I was able to open my eyes to the language of street slang, lunfardo…”) and “the fantastic” (“unbeknownst to me, the fantastic had become as acceptable, as possible and real, as the fact of eating soup at eight o’clock in the evening”), Literature Class provides the warm and personal experience of sitting in a room with the great author. As Joaquin Marco stated in El Cultural, “exploring this course is to dive into Cortázar designing his own creations.… Essential for anyone reading or studying Cortázar, cronopio or not!”

The House of Bernarda Alba

The House of Bernarda Alba Author Federico García Lorca
ISBN-10 1854594591
Release 1999
Pages 64
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Lorca's passionate all-women play, in a new version by Rona Munro.

La Casa de Bernarda Alba

La Casa de Bernarda Alba Author Federico García Lorca
ISBN-10 0719009502
Release 1983
Pages 106
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After her husband's death, Bernarda Alba forces her five daughters into eight years of strict mourning. The appearance of Pepe El Romano, a man who wishes to marry the eldest daughter, Angustias, unleashes a series of tragic events.


Firelight Author Kristen Callihan
ISBN-10 9781455510009
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 400
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London, 1881 Once the flames are ignited . . . Miranda Ellis is a woman tormented. Plagued since birth by a strange and powerful gift, she has spent her entire life struggling to control her exceptional abilities. Yet one innocent but irreversible mistake has left her family's fortune decimated and forced her to wed London's most nefarious nobleman. They will burn for eternity . . . Lord Benjamin Archer is no ordinary man. Doomed to hide his disfigured face behind masks, Archer knows it's selfish to take Miranda as his bride. Yet he can't help being drawn to the flame-haired beauty whose touch sparks a passion he hasn't felt in a lifetime. When Archer is accused of a series of gruesome murders, he gives in to the beastly nature he has fought so hard to hide from the world. But the curse that haunts him cannot be denied. Now, to save his soul, Miranda will enter a world of dark magic and darker intrigue. For only she can see the man hiding behind the mask.

Don Quijote De La Mancha 2 Don Quixote of La Mancha 2

Don Quijote De La Mancha 2   Don Quixote of La Mancha 2 Author Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra
ISBN-10 8497644778
Release 2005-04-01
Pages 891
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Los lectores tomarán un gran placer en descubrir los clásicos con estas bellas y económicas ediciones de literatura famosa y universal. Esta selección editorial cuenta con títulos que abarcan todos los géneros literarios, desde teatro, narrativa, poesía y el ensayo. En los comienzos de 1605 se ponía a la venta la primera edición de El ingenioso hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha; su aparición significó un rotundo éxito hasta el punto que en ese mismo año se hicieron tres ediciones más en Madrid, tres en Lisboa, y tres en Valencia. La segunda parte no aparecería editada hasta diez años más en Madrid, en 1615.

The Night Buffalo

The Night Buffalo Author Guillermo Arriaga
ISBN-10 9780743281867
Release 2007-02-20
Pages 240
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A compelling new novel by the author of 21 Games revolves around the suicide of Gregorio, a charismatic but troubled young man betrayed by the two people whom he trusted the most. Reprint.

Antonio Machado Obras Completas Complete Works

Antonio Machado  Obras Completas  Complete Works Author Antonio Machado
ISBN-10 153530944X
Release 2016-08-11
Pages 398
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Antonio Machado was born in Seville in 1875, the second of five brothers, in the midst of a liberal family. In 1883 the whole family moves to Madrid. Machado studied in the Institución Libre de Enseñanza, which had been founded by a friend of his father. After this, he finished his studies in two schools in Madrid, San Isidro and Cardenal Cisneros.He travels frequently to Paris, where he meets Rubén Darío and works for a few months in the publishing company Garnier. In Madrid he takes part in the literary and theatre world, and becomes part of the troupe of María Guerrero and Fernando Díaz de Mendoza. In 1907 Machado gets the French Chair in Soria, and afterwards he travels to Paris with a scholarship to study philosophy with Bergson and Bédier. His wife dies (they had only been married for 3 years) and he asks to be moved to Baeza (Jaén) where he continued to teach Spanish from 1912 to 1919.He moves to Segovia, wanting to be closer to Madrid, and spends some years contributing to the University of Segovia. In 1927 he becomes a member of the Real Academia Española and a year later he meets the poet Pilar de Valderrama (Guiomar in his poems), with whom he has a secret relationship for years. In 1932 he moved back to Madrid.During the 20's and 30's Machado writes plays in collaboration with his brother Manuel. During the Spanish Civil War he stays in Madrid and contributes to the Republican publications. In 1939 he's evacuated to Valencia, where he writes for the publication "La Hora de España" and takes part in the International Congress of Writers for the Defense of Culture. From there he moves to Barcelona, where he crosses the Pyrenees to Collioure. He dies in Collioure in 1939.