Miguel Hernandez (NYRB/Poets)

By Don Share

Miguel Hernández is, besides Antonio Machado, Juan Ramón Jiménez, and Federico García Lorca, one of many maximum Spanish poets of the 20th century. This quantity spans the total of Hernández’s short writing existence, and comprises his so much celebrated poems, from the early lyrics written in conventional kinds, akin to the relocating elegy Hernández wrote to his good friend and mentor Ramon Sijé (one of the main well-known elegies ever written within the Spanish language), to the religious eroticism of his love poems, and the heart-wrenching, luminous strains written within the trenches of warfare. additionally integrated during this variation are tributes to Hernández by way of Federico García Lorca, Pablo Neruda (interviewed by way of Robert Bly), Rafael Alberti, and Vicente Aleixandre. Pastoral nature, love, and conflict are habitual issues in Hernández’s poetry, his phrases a blinding reminder that strength can by no means defeat spirit, that braveness is its personal present.

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Dearest Creature

By Amy Gerstler

Hallucinogenic crops chant in refrain. A considerate puppy provides an interview. A caterpillar deals existence recommendation. Amy Gerstler's latest number of poetry, Dearest creature marries truth and fiction in a menagerie of dramatic monologues, twisted love poems, and epistolary pleadings. Drawing on assets as disparate as Lewis Carroll and Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, in addition to irregular psychology, etiquette, and archaeology texts, those darkly inventive poems probe what it potential to be a sentient, transitority, flesh-and-blood beast, to be hopelessly, vividly creaturely.

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Sinners Welcome: Poems

By Mary Karr

From Mary Karr, the prize-winning and long island Times bestselling writer of The Liars’ Club and Cherry, comes the paperback variation of Sinners Welcome, her fourth and most up-to-date selection of poetry. released to coincide with the hardcover liberate of her most recent memoir, Lit, Sinners Welcome lines her unbelievable trip from a tormented youth right into a resolutely irreverent Catholicism.

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Traveler: Poems

By Devin Johnston

The poems in Devin Johnston's traveller pass nice distances, from the pink Hills of Kansas to the tough Bounds of the Scottish Highlands, following climate styles, chicken migrations, and ocean voyages. much less actually, those poems go through translations and protean alterations. Their matters are frequently subsequent to not anything in numerous senses: cloud shadows racing throughout a valley ahead of nightfall, the predawn expectation of a child's delivery, or the static-electric cost of garments textile. all through, Johnston bargains brilliant glimpses of the exceptional international: "He describes gadgets together with his fingers and his eyes, noting texture, heft, and fit" (Boston Review). both, one reveals a willing realization to sound within the patterning of refined rhymes and rhythms, demonstrating "care and precision with line and pause" (Poetry).

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By Homer

L. a. Ilíada, compuesta en el siglo VIII a.C., narra una leyenda micénica situada en el siglo XIII a.C., una edad heroica dominada por los aspectos militares, el individualismo desenfrenado y los angeles persecución de l. a. riqueza y los angeles gloria. los angeles Ilíada cuenta un episodio de l. a. epopeya de los angeles rica y estratégica ciudad de Troya, o Ilión. Es el poema de los angeles cólera de Aquiles, hijo de mortal y diosa y el más destacado de los combatientes griegos, en su afán de heroicidad y sus ansias de venganza. El poema de una gran guerra que afecta a multitud de seres humanos, víctimas del enfrentamiento own de un reducido grupo de héroes en su specific lucha por el poder. El canto del dolor y el sufrimiento, de l. a. caída de unos valores y de un modo de vida, refinado y aristocrático, que acaba en l. a. muerte o en l. a. esclavitud. Pero es también l. a. exaltación de l. a. belleza de l. a. fascinación por l. a. acción y los angeles consecución de l. a. gloria. Nuestra edición ofrece l. a. ya clásica traducción de Segalá en l. a. última versión corregida por él, y un importante estudio de Javier de Hoz, de los angeles Universidad Complutense, que contextualiza el poema facilitando l. a. comprensión y el disfrute del lector de nuestro tiempo.

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Poesía (Spanish Edition)

Los mejores libros jamás escritos

Edición de Ana Suárez Miramón, catedrática de Literatura Española en los angeles UNED

Nadie mejor que Góngora outline el espíritu barroco en lo que tiene de extremado: al deliberado gusto por l. a. elipsis, los angeles metáfora y a los angeles oscuridad formal en sus grandes poemas se contraponen l. a. sencillez, el regusto renowned y l. a. facundia de sus romances y letrillas. Unos y otros son admirable muestra del talento multiforme de uno de los grandes nombres del Siglo de Oro.

Esta edición incluye una introducción que contextualiza los angeles obra, un aparato de notas, una cronología y una bibliografía esencial, así como también varias propuestas de discusión y debate en torno a l. a. lectura. Está al cuidado de Ana Suárez Miramón, catedrática de literatura española en l. a. Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia.

«¡Oh soledad, de los angeles quietud divina

dulce prenda, aunque muda, ciudadana

del campo, y de sus Ecos convecina!»

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Poems and Prose (Penguin Classics)

By Gerard Manley Hopkins

Toward Dylan Thomas than Matthew Arnold in his inventive violence and insistence at the sound of poetry, the writer was once no staid, traditional Victorian. On coming into the Jesuit order the age of twenty-four, he burnt all his poetry and 'resolved to write down not more, as now not belonging to my career, until by way of the needs of my superiors'.

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The Second Child: Poems

By Deborah Garrison

9 years after the lovely debut of her severely acclaimed poetry assortment A operating woman Can't Win, which chronicled the development and predicaments of a tender lady, Deborah Garrison now strikes into one other degree of adulthood--starting a kin and announcing goodbye to a extra carefree self.

In the second one baby, Garrison explores each aspect of motherhood--the ambivalence, the trepidation, and the enjoyment ("Sharp bliss in proximity to the roundness, / The globe already set aspin, specific / of an entire new life")-- and springs to phrases with the seismic shift in her outlook and on this planet round her. She lays out her post-9/11 fears as she commutes day-by-day to town, maintains to hunt ardour in her marriage, and wrestles together with her emotions approximately religion and the mysterious reward of happiness.

Sometimes sensual, occasionally succinct, regularly candid, the second one baby is a meditation at the extraordinariness resident within the everyday--nursing infants, lacking the prior, realizing whilst to steer a toddler and realizing whilst to enable move. With a voice sound and clever, Garrison examines a existence absolutely lived.

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Reel to Reel (Phoenix Poets)

Reel to Reel, Alan Shapiro’s 12th number of poetry, strikes outward from the intimate areas of kinfolk and romantic lifestyles to include not just the human realm of politics and tradition but in addition the wildlife, or even the outer areas of the cosmos itself. In language richly nuanced but obtainable, those poems inhabit and discover basic questions of lifestyles, equivalent to time, mortality, cognizance, and topic. How did we get right here? Why is there anything instead of not anything? How can we dwell absolutely and lovingly as awake creatures in an subconscious universe with out final goal or vacation spot past returning to the abyss that spawned us? Shapiro brings his humor, resourceful depth, attribute syntactical strength, and beneficiant center to undergo on those final mysteries. In methods few poets have performed, he writes from a premodern, primal experience of ask yourself approximately our postmodern world.

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Monologue of a Dog

By Clare Cavanagh, Stanisław Barańczak, Wisława Szymborska

First released in 2005.

From a author whom Charles Simic calls "one of the best poets living" comes a set of witty, compassionate, contemplative, and continuously awesome poems. Szymborska writes with verve approximately every thing from love unremembered to keys mislaid within the grass. The poems will look, for the 1st time, aspect via part with the Polish originals, in a e-book to thrill new and outdated readers alike.

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