Spanish poetry since 1939.

by Charles David Ley

Publisher: Catholic University of America Press in Washington

Written in English
Published: Pages: 273 Downloads: 159
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  • Spanish poetry -- 20th century -- History and criticism.
LC ClassificationsPQ6085 .L4
The Physical Object
Pagination273 p.
Number of Pages273
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5867823M
LC Control Number62052819

Spanish poetry of the twentieth century: modernity and beyond User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict. Aware that all literary history is speculative and necessarily inconclusive, Debicki, veteran authority on the poetry of modern Spain, traces its vibrant trajectory by studying shifts in sensibility. Jan 22,  · Katherine M. Hedeen’s latest book-length translations include night badly written and tasks by Cuban poet Víctor Rodríguez Núñez, and Nothing Out of This World, an anthology of contemporary Cuban poetry.A two-time recipient of a NEA Translation Project Grant, she is a professor of Spanish at Kenyon College. Spanish Civil War () did violently break our literary panorama: many writters died then shot down, prisoners or because of natural reasons. Others will go on with his works from a few number of those who wrote after war were already beginners before Poetry by victorious was initially the best spread. We must emphasize José María Pemán's name (Cadiz, Librivox's Spanish Poetry Collection a collection of 10 Spanish language, public-domain poems. For more information on our readers, see our catalog page.

It was in poetry, however, that Spanish literature produced its greatest achievements. The lyrics of Antonio Machado Machado, Antonio, –, Spanish poet of the Generation of ' He spent most of his life in Castile and his best poetry was influenced by its sober and dramatic landscape. His Poesías completas appeared in The Spanish Civil War (Spanish: Guerra Civil Española) was a civil war in Spain fought from to Republicans loyal to the left-leaning Second Spanish Republic, in alliance with anarchists, fought against a revolt by the Nationalists, an alliance of Falangists, monarchists, conservatives and Catholics, led by a military group among whom General Francisco Franco soon achieved a + , , Feb 17,  · The Spanish civil war united a generation of young writers, poets and artists in political fervour. The wrong side may have won, but in creating the world's memory of the conflict, the pen, the. Spanish poetry since / (Washington, D.C.: Catholic University of America Press, ), by Charles David Ley (page images at HathiTrust) Tesoro de los poemas españoles, épicos, sagrados y burlescos.

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