review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109


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  • Poeta en Nueva York
  • Federico García Lorca
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  • 26 October 2018
  • 9788420478463

Federico García Lorca È 9 Read

characters Poeta en Nueva York Read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Federico García Lorca Federico García Lorca È 9 Read En 1929 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 1936 Federico trabajará en la ordenación de todo este material ue sin embargo no verá la lu. 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

Read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Federico García LorcaPoeta en Nueva York

characters Poeta en Nueva York Read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Federico García Lorca Federico García Lorca È 9 Read Z hasta 1940 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. Guess he didn t like New York

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characters Poeta en Nueva York Read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Federico García Lorca Federico García Lorca È 9 Read York 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 metafísic. 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 starsI 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 blamed the translation and said Maybe laterThe new Simon and White translation came out in 1988 and got a lot of praise so I filed it away in my mind and finally bought it used last year I found it at Vargo s Books an eccectric and popular bookstore in Bozeman Montana It sat on the shelf until its time finally cameI m here to report Poet in New York remains mostly incomprehensible though the translation seems to flow much easily than the Bellit I want to add the caveat that there are people who can read Poet in New York deeply than I and come up with terrific ideas about what Garcia Lorca is doing I thank them for the efforts though it wasn t until I read what the poet said he was trying to do that I got any closer to understanding For that see belowWhen I finally read William Burrough s Naked Lunch yes I m one of the few and the brave who actually read the whole damn incomprehensible there s that word again thing I told myself that I could easily press on to just about anything I have come to learn there s the bizarrely incomprehensible Naked Lunch and the extraordinarily beautiful incomprehensible Poet in New York Poet in New York tracks Garcia Lorca s first visit to a foreign country and according to the poet is his conscious leap into a world of images that he pushes beyond surrealism He s trying to create poems as things that stand alone in space and time He s not manipulating the world to get at something deeper he s summoning from the depths I get it and I get that what I have to do is read without expectations as if I were listening to what not the Oracle at Delphi because I d be parsing a prophecy there but maybe to a mind traveller from another planet Ok there s pleasure to be found there and the pleasure I find with Poet in New York is in lines and stanzas that stand outside of whole poems and shimmer Am I making any senseIn Double Poem of Lake Eden I find this I want to cry because I feel like it the way children cry in the last row of seatsMy note that struck me not only as an emotional jolt but a perfect image I could place in a dark theater or bright classroombecause I m not a man not a poet not a leafonly a wounded pulse that circles the things of the other sideMy note The poet reduced to a wounded pulse resonates at a pretty deep level and the idea of a spirit circling the things of the other side certainly lifts my head off And that s the truth of Lorca his work is the essence of Dickenson s recognition of poetryOr here s a line from Dance of Death The dead are engrossed in devouring their own handsOr this from Little Stanton In the house where there is cancer the white walls shatter in the delirium of astronomy My note This is about a child diagnosed with cancer so of course the white walls shatter And the delirium of astronomy comes at me like galaxies blown apart and scattered by the grief of it all Now I m just making stuff up here soI could go on Almost every poem in the collection contains lines mysterious and head lifting Garcia Lorca is the poet of the deep song canto hondo and duende knowledge and action in the presence of deathThe final section X is called The Poet Arrives in Havana It s comprised of one poem Blacks Dancing to Cuban Rhythms and it startsAs soon as the full moon rises I m going to Santiago CubaI m going to SantiagoThe poet and the poem are ecstatic at leaving New York So was II will of course be revisiting Poet in New York for now I m thrilled to have finally read it


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    characters Poeta en Nueva York review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 Federico García Lorca È 9 Read 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 probes

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    characters Poeta en Nueva York review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 Federico García Lorca È 9 Read 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

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    characters Poeta en Nueva York Read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Federico García Lorca Federico García Lorca È 9 Read 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 skipped My favourite of the cycle is this spinechilling number from Part III Streets and Dreams with incorrect line breaks and my apologies to the poet Sleepless City Brooklyn Bridge NocturneO

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    characters Poeta en Nueva York review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 Read ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub È Federico García Lorca 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

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    review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 Guess he didn't like New York

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    review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 o Lorca If only you were buried nearby so I could hump your grave while sobbing Best most tortured sweetest str

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    characters Poeta en Nueva York review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 I knew nothing of Lorca until this weekend which saddens and embarrasses me since I adore Spanish culture I watched the film 'Little Ashes' thi

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    review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 Federico García Lorca È 9 Read A favourite book which I've had since my youth when I was discovering a wider world

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    review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 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 pe

  10. says: review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109

    review ↠ Poeta en Nueva York 109 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

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