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by Hugh A. Harter,Claudio Rodriguez,Vicente Aleixandre

eBook Shadow of Paradise (English and Spanish) epub
  • ISBN: 0520055993
  • Author: Hugh A. Harter,Claudio Rodriguez,Vicente Aleixandre
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Poetry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of California Press; First Pr. Thus edition (April 7, 1987)
  • Pages: 232 pages
  • ePUB size: 1883 kb
  • FB2 size 1833 kb
  • Formats rtf azw lrf doc


Vicente Aleixandre (Author), Hugh A. Harter (Translator), Claudio Rodriguez (Preface) & 0 more. Spanish comes by its Latin vocabulary quite naturally; but a preponderance of Latin in English poetry is endemic to 19th century Romanticism, perhaps giving the wrong signal.

Vicente Aleixandre (Author), Hugh A. ISBN-13: 978-0520082571. Leaning more toward Anglo-Saxon vocabulary would restore the hard-edged freshness to this volatile and vital poetry.

Items related to Shadow of Paradise (English and Spanish). Vicente Aleixandre (1898-1984) was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977. Aleixandre, Vicente Shadow of Paradise (English and Spanish). ISBN 13: 9780520055995. Shadow of Paradise (English and Spanish). Shipping: FREE Within . Destination, rates & speeds.

Author(s): Vicente Aleixandre, Hugh A. Harter (Translator). Shadow of Paradise (Hardcover). Published April 7th 1987 by University of California Press Berkeley And Los Angeles, California. Claudio Rodríguez (Foreword by). ISBN: 0520082575 (ISBN13: 9780520082571). Author(s): Vicente Aleixandre.

The original Spanish text is included. item 2 Shadow of Paradise by Aleixandre, Vicente (Paperback book, 1993) -Shadow of Paradise by Aleixandre, Vicente (Paperback book, 1993). by Vicente Aleixandre ISBN: 9780520082571. Country of Publication. Translated by. Hugh A. Harter. item 3 Shadow of Paradise by Aleixandre, Vicente 0520082575 The Cheap Fast Free Post -Shadow of Paradise by Aleixandre, Vicente 0520082575 The Cheap Fast Free Post.

Shadow of Paradise book. Begun in 1939, barely four months after the close of the Spanish. Vicente Aleixandre composed these poems in 1939, shortly before the end of the Spanish Civil War and after the end of what is often called the "Second Golden Age" of Spanish art & writers. This was a dark period for Spain, and for the world.

by Vicente Aleixandre, Hugh A. Harter, Claudio Rodriguez. Shadow of Paradise (English and Spanish) by Vicente Aleixandre (1987-04-07) Jan 1, 1656. Usually ships within 1 to 3 weeks. by Vicente Aleixandre.

Vicente Pío Marcelino Cirilo Aleixandre y Merlo (Spanish pronunciation: ; 26 April 1898 – 14 December 1984) was a Spanish poet who was born in Seville in 1898. Aleixandre received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977 "for a creative poetic writing which illuminates man's condition in the cosmos and in present-day society, at the same time representing the great renewal of the traditions of Spanish poetry between the wars". He was part of the Generation of '27.

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In spite of his surroundings Aleixandre created the splendor of the shadow of a lost paradise that consisted of memory, nostalgia, yearning and illusion. This is the first full English version. The original Spanish text is included. ISBN13: 9780520082571.

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Begun in 1939, barely four months after the close of the Spanish Civil War, these poems by the Nobel Laureate poet Vicente Aleixandre were written during a period of hardship and despair. In spite of his surroundings Aleixandre created the splendor of the shadow of a lost paradise that consisted of memory, nostalgia, yearning and illusion. This is the first full English version. The original Spanish text is included.
Comments: (2)
Konetav
Love his voice and perceptions. Sometimes a little lush for some people but it suits me fine. If you need a respite from the garbage in the media try this book. The images will take you completely out of this world.
Dakora
While reading Stephen Kessler's bilingual translation of Cernuda's last two books, named after the last book, Desolation of the Chimera (1962), I discovered that Vincente Aleixandre was also a member of the Generation of '27 (along with Cernuda, Guillen and Garcia Lorca). As it happened, I had a bilingual copy of Aleixandre's Shadow of Paradise (1944), given to me by my friend, the translator Hugh Harter. The book has the excitement of a transitional, mannerist work--in many senses. Primarily, the author seemed to be moving from a vivid, youthful surrealism to something different, more plain spoken, but still ecstatically wrapped in the imagery of surrealism. There's also the issue of timing with three gay members of '27: Garcia Lorca was killed in the early days of the Civil War. Cernuda went into exile and spent the rest of his life in the US and Mexico. Aleixandre stayed in Spain. I imagine certain adjustments in style had to be made for a gay man to live in Franco's Spain and, to me, that becomes the ever-present thing unsaid in Aleixandre's Shadow of Paradise. My only quibble with my friend's translations is that they depend so heavily on Latin cognates. Spanish comes by its Latin vocabulary quite naturally; but a preponderance of Latin in English poetry is endemic to 19th century Romanticism, perhaps giving the wrong signal. Leaning more toward Anglo-Saxon vocabulary would restore the hard-edged freshness to this volatile and vital poetry.
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