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Selected Poems

Author : Pablo Neruda
ISBN : 0802151027
Genre : Poetry
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Records the selected works of a leading Latin American poet, presenting the verses in both English and Spanish to emphasize his political and social themes

First Writing Rite

Author : Blanton Jerry
ISBN : 9781461188841
Genre : Literary Collections
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This is a collection of my first year's blog Writing Rite, which features my writing. However, it is divided into four sections: Essays, Poetry, Short Stories, and Novel. Within each section, the items are aligned by publication date on the blog. Most of the short items have added background and/or explanatory notes. Most of the poems and short stories have been previously published; if so, I have included that information. Most of the essays have not. Some of those were written into the blog. The novel is a Buck Jaspers Mystery: Book Three: Encomienda. It has been serialized by chapter for publication in the blog. I have revised many of the items before republishing them on the blog.

The Selected Poems Of Miguel Hernandez

Author : Miguel Hernández
ISBN : 0226327736
Genre : Poetry
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Works of the Spanish poet, in Spanish and in English, with annotations and introductory essays.

Mein Leben Mit Pablo Neruda

Author : Matilde Urrutia
ISBN : 3351015283
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Dich Suchte Ich

Author : Pablo Neruda
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Pablo Neruda gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Dichter der Weltliteratur. Mit „20 Liebesgedichte und ein Lied der Verzweiflung“ eroberte er die Herzen der Leser weit über die Grenzen Südamerikas hinaus. Vierzig Jahre nach Nerudas Tod wurden nun 21 Gedichte im Nachlass des Nobelpreisträgers entdeckt - darunter auch sechs neue Liebesgedichte. In »Dich suchte ich« besingt Neruda die Liebe und den Schmerz der Trennung, er erzählt von Chile, von der Natur seines Heimatlandes, vom Reisen. Verse, spontan zu Papier gebracht auf Zetteln, Menükarten, Konzertprogrammen, wie die diesem Band beigefügten Faksimiles zeigen. In diesen erst vor wenigen Jahren entdeckten Gedichten begegnen wir einem der wichtigsten lateinamerikanischen Autoren des 20. Jahrhunderts auf dem Höhepunkt seines Schaffens.

I Explain A Few Things

Author : Pablo Neruda
ISBN : STANFORD:36105124071783
Genre : Poetry
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“Laughter is the language of the soul,” Pablo Neruda said. Among the most lasting voices of the most tumultuous (in his own words, “the saddest”) century, a witness and a chronicler of its most decisive events, he is the author of more than thirty-five books of poetry and one of Latin America’s most revered writers, the emblem of the engaged poet, an artist whose heart, always with the people, is literally consumed by passion. His work, oscillating from epic meditations on politics and history to intimate reflections on animals, food, and everyday objects, is filled with humor and affection. This bilingual selection of more than fifty of Neruda’s best poems, edited and with an introduction by the distinguished Latin American scholar Ilan Stavans and brilliantly translated by an array of well-known poets, also includes some poems previously unavailable in English. I Explain a Few Things distills the poet’s brilliance to its most essential and illuminates Neruda’s commitment to using the pen as a calibrator for his age. Pablo Neruda (1904–73) was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1971. His books include Residence on Earth, Canto General, Extravagaria, and Isla Negra. Ilan Stavans is Lewis-Sebring Professor in Latin American and Latino Culture at Amherst College. "Laughter is the language of the soul," Pablo Neruda said. Among the most lasting voices of the most tumultuous (in his own words, "the saddest") century, a witness and a chronicler of its most decisive events, he is the author of more than thirty-five books of poetry and one of Latin America's most esteemed writers. His work, oscillating from epic meditations on politics and history to intimate reflections on animals, food, and everyday objects, is filled with humor and affection. This bilingual selection of more than fifty of Neruda’s poems, edited and with an introduction by the distinguished Latin American scholar Ilan Stavans and translated by an array of well-known poets, also includes some poems previously unavailable in English. "Perhaps the most popular modern poet in the world, the Chilean-born Neruda won the Nobel Prize for an enormous body of verse that includes introspective lyrics of love and lust; sinuously enthusiastic elemental odes to artichokes, watermelon, salt, Walt Whitman and the human eye; declamations in favor of the labor movement, the Communist Party and the working people of any nation; and involuted late poems of self-doubt. Perhaps no serious writer of verse since Whitman has combined so much scholarly attention with so much enthusiasm in a broad international public . . . Memoirist, critic and translator Stavans has culled this useful portable volume, with its facing-page English and Spanish."—Publishers Weekly “Stavans’ objective in this bilingual selection is smaller if no less ambitious: ‘to distill the poet’s exuberance to its most essential’ . . . This is a hefty task: Neruda’s collected works total some six thousand pages, and Stavans admits in the introduction that Neruda ‘left us an overdose of bad poetry.’ Still, ‘an unsmoothed Neruda is better than a censored Neruda,’ he contends. ‘To fully appreciate the sublime, it helps to meddle with the unworthy.’ Stavans succeeds in presenting an ‘unsmoothed’ Neruda, who, he argues, is more ideological than the romantic hero moviegoers met in Il Postino.”—Carrie Fountain, Austin American-Statesman "Perhaps the most popular modern poet in the world, the Chilean-born Neruda (1904–1973) won the Nobel Prize for an enormous body of verse that includes introspective lyrics of love and lust; sinuously enthusiastic elemental odes to artichokes, watermelon, salt, Walt Whitman and the human eye; declamations in favor of the labor movement, the Communist Party and the working people of any nation; and involuted late poems of self-doubt. Perhaps no serious writer of verse since Whitman has combined so much scholarly attention with so much enthusiasm in a broad international public: unlike some Latin American peers to whom he paid homage, Neruda even at his most ambitious remained clear in his passions. Memoirist, critic and translator Stavans has culled this useful portable volume, with its facing-page English and Spanish from his far larger (1,040 pages) Poetry of Pablo Neruda (2003), while adding a few translations not included there: translators include Robert Bly, W.S. Merwin and Stavans himself. A particular attraction is Scottish poet Alastair Reid's version of Autumn Testament, Neruda's mid-career retrospect: I've been a great flowing river, the poet asserts, with hard ringing stones, with clear night-noises,/ with dark day-songs."—Publishers Weekly

Der Oberst Hat Niemand Der Ihm Schreibt

Author : Gabriel García Márquez
ISBN : 9783462308662
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Der Held dieses 1956 spielenden kleinen Romans ist ein alter Oberst, der mit seiner Frau völlig verarmt in einem kolumbianischen Tropendorf lebt und seit fünfzig Jahren auf seine Veteranenpension wartet. In dem namenlosen Dorf herrscht der Ausnahmezustand der Militärdiktatur, der als Normalzustand in Fleisch und Blut der Bewohner übergegangen ist. Das Leben stagniert, dennoch warten sie, hoffen sie auf Veränderung, auf Befreiung, die meisten passiv, wenige aktiv.Zu den Aktiven gehören der Arzt, die Gesellen der als Widerstandszelle mit einem Plakat »Politische Gespräche verboten« getarnten Schneiderwerkstatt und schließlich auch der Oberst mit seinem Kampfhahn, einem Erbstück seines Sohnes Agostin, der wegen Verteilung illegaler Flugblätter in der Kampfhahnarena von der Polizei erschossen worden ist.Der Oberst und seine asthmatische Frau haben nichts mehr zu essen. Das Postboot, auf das der Oberst jeden Freitag wartet, bringt keinen Brief, keine Bestätigung der Pension. Der Hahn soll verkauft werden, der reiche Nachbar wartet schon darauf, daß er ihn billig kriegt, aber der Oberst bringt es nicht fertig, immer wieder schiebt er den Verkauf hinaus. Und an dem Tag, an dem er plötzlich sieht, wie der Hahn sich beim Training in der Arena behauptet, umjubelt von allen jungen Leuten des Dorfes, an diesem Tag weiß der Oberst, daß der Hahn für ihn und für das Dorf das Symbol einer Hoffnung ist. Der Oberst hat niemand, der ihm schreibt, geschrieben in einer äußerst knappen und präzisen Sprache, der die neue Übersetzung bewunderswert gerecht wird ist »der kürzeste Roman der zeitgenössischen lateinamerikanischen Literatur«, ein Roman, in dem García Márquez, der erfolgreichste Erzähler Lateinamerikas, die Gewalt, Hauptthema dieses Kontinents, mit »Zorn und dessen Menschen mit Zärtlichkeit behandelt.«

20 Liebesgedichte Und Ein Lied Der Verzweiflung

Author : Pablo Neruda
ISBN : 3630621503
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Der Fall Neruda

Author : Roberto Ampuero
ISBN : 9783827070425
Genre : Fiction
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Welches Geheimnis verbindet Pablo Neruda und die Frau, die er nicht vergessen kann? Als der berühmte Dichter 1973 nach Jahren als Botschafter alt und krank in seine Heimat Chile zurück - kehrt, spürt er, dass ihm nicht mehr viel Zeit bleibt. Er beauftragt Cayetano Brulé mit Nachforschungen über eine geheimnisvolle Frau. Die Suche nach ihr führt Cayetano von Mexiko nach Kuba, dann in die DDR. Immer wieder scheint sie ihren Namen, ihre Identität gewechselt zu haben ...

Abc Des Lesens

Author : Ezra Pound
ISBN : 3716025119
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