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Ork ofreció el propio García Lorca así como algunos poemas no incluidos en la primera edición y últimamente rescatados Descartando la idea de una ruptura con la tradición presente explica en fin cómo en Poeta en Nueva York llegan a su punto culminante los procedimientos formales loruianos ue sirven de base a una radical protesta social y a una penetrante indagación metafísica.. A favourite book which I ve had since my youth when I was discovering a wider world

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Poeta en Nueva York

En en plena crisis estética y vital Federico García Lorca marcha a Nueva York donde reside un año Allí y a su regreso en una breve estancia en Cuba escribe un conjunto de poemas ue constituyen una de las cimas más altas si no la más alta de su creación literaria Hasta su muerte en Federico trabajará en la ordenación de todo este material ue Poeta en Epubsin embargo no verá la. A collection of haunting poems about life in New York New England and to a lesser extent Cuba Compared to the classical starkness of Romancero gitano the poetry here s obscure full of opaue symbols and enigmatic language Each piece while still short feels dense taken together the poems paint a dark portrait of urban and rural life in the Northeast marked by hard labor longing and regret

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Luz hasta bajo el título de Poeta en Nueva York Siguiendo básicamente la edición de Norton Piero Menarini reconocido loruista desentraña en la introducción a este volumen los complejos problemas ue plantea al estructura del libro y cuya solución resulta clave para poder descifrar el sentido último de su discurso Incorpora además la Conferencia recital ue sobre Poeta en Nueva Y. o Lorca If only you were buried nearby so I could hump your grave while sobbing Best most tortured sweetest strangest most bitter


10 thoughts on “Poeta en Nueva York

  1. says:

    I want to cry because I feel like itas the boys in the back row crybecause I am not a man nor a poet nor a leafbut a wounded pulse that probe

  2. says:

    A collection of haunting poems about life in New York New England and to a lesser extent Cuba Compared to the classical starkness of Romancero gitano the poetry here's obscure full of opaue symbols and enigmatic language

  3. says:

    Devastating poems composed during the Andalusian bard’s 1929 30 stay in New York This edition contains a brilliant introduction and unobtrusive commentaries plus a lecture which I read and letters to his family which I sk

  4. says:

    On this bridge Lorca warns life is not a dream Beware and beware and beware Before you drift off don't forget which is to say remember—because remembering is so much a psychotic activity than forgetting—Lorca in that same poem said that the iguana will bite those who do not dreamThese lines spoken by Timothy Speed Levi

  5. says:

    Guess he didn't like New York

  6. says:

    o Lorca If only you were buried nearby so I could hump your grave while sobbing Best most tortured sweetest strangest most bitter

  7. says:

    I knew nothing of Lorca until this weekend which saddens and embarrasses me since I adore Spanish culture I watched the film 'Little Ashes' thinking it was about Salvador Dali but found the life and causes of Dali's poet lover Federico Garcia Lorca much compelling My friend was kind enough to lend me this book of poems he wrote about his expe

  8. says:

    A favourite book which I've had since my youth when I was discovering a wider world

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    How to write a review of a work that I barely understand but find so beautiful I have to give it 5 bright and shining stars?I bought my first copy of Poet in New York over 40 years ago It was Ben Bellit's translation Mr Bellit has also translated Pablo Neruda I can't say as I find any of his translations readable But I persevered opening the book every now and then and finding the lines mostly incomprehensible

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    Gabriel Garcia Lorca truly shows that when it comes to the movements as a city with ties to industry capitalistic gain and material wealth there is no division between the life of the human being and the life of the machine Lorca arrived in New York just in time to witness the chaos created by the 1929 stock market crash The poet's favorite neighborhood was Harlem; he loved African American spirituals which reminded him