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Author: Pedro Salinas
ISBN: 0873952863
Publisher: State University of New York Press (1976)
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Pedro Salinas (1891-1951) was born in Madrid, and, like his life-long friend Jorge Guillén, was a poet . Willis Barnstone is Professor of Comparative Literature at Indiana University

Pedro Salinas (1891-1951) was born in Madrid, and, like his life-long friend Jorge Guillén, was a poet, professor, scholar, and critic. After teaching at Seville, the Sorbonne, and elsewhere in Europe, he came to the United States in 1936 to teach at Wellesley College. Willis Barnstone is Professor of Comparative Literature at Indiana University. He has published several books of poetry, including A Day in the Country, From This White Island (A Pulitzer nominee), and China Poems, and has translated books of Sappho, Greek lyric poetry, Mao Tse-tung, Saint John of the Cross, and Antonio Machado.

When Pedro Salinas’s 1933 collection of love poems, La voz a ti debida, was . This volume of Pedro Salinas’s love poems is a necessary one in the canon of great Spanish literature and a valuable text fo. .

When Pedro Salinas’s 1933 collection of love poems, La voz a ti debida, was introduced to American audiences in Willis Barnstone’s 1975 English translation. Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. This volume of Pedro Salinas’s love poems is a necessary one in the canon of great Spanish literature and a valuable text for scholars and students of poetry alike everywhere.

Salinas, Pedro, 1892-1951; Barnstone, Willis, 1927- trl. Publication date. Albany, State University of New York Press. inlibrary; printdisabled; ; china.

Pedro Salinas spent some summers in Alicante, where his wife had a.

Pedro Salinas spent some summers in Alicante, where his wife had a family home. He was a great friend of Jorge Guillén and of Miguel Hernández. The passion and pain of the separation are the central topics of this book) and "Largo lamento". Now, seventy-five years after its publication, the reputation of the poems and its multifaceted writer remains untarnished.

The Spanish poet Pedro Salinas is a member of that group of brilliant and original poets called the Generation of ’27, a group which includes Rafael Alberti, Jorge Guillén, Luis Cernuda, Vincente Aleixandre, and Frederico García Lorca

The Spanish poet Pedro Salinas is a member of that group of brilliant and original poets called the Generation of ’27, a group which includes Rafael Alberti, Jorge Guillén, Luis Cernuda, Vincente Aleixandre, and Frederico García Lorca. First published as La voz a ti debida in Madrid in 1933, Salinas’ sequence of seventy poems is his most famous work, and is thought by many to be the best book of love poetry written in this century.

The Spanish poet Pedro Salinas is a member of that group of brilliant and original poets called the Generation of '27, a group which includes Rafael Alberti, Jorge Guillen, Luis Cernuda, Vincente Aleixandre, and Frederico Garcia Lorca

The Spanish poet Pedro Salinas is a member of that group of brilliant and original poets called the Generation of '27, a group which includes Rafael Alberti, Jorge Guillen, Luis Cernuda, Vincente Aleixandre, and Frederico Garcia Lorca. First published as La voz a ti debida in Madrid in 1933, Salinas' sequence of seventy poems is his most famous work, and is thought by many to be the best book of love poetry written in this century.

Pedro Salinas y Serrano (27 November 1891 – 4 December 1951) was a Spanish poet, a member of the Generation of '27, as well as a university teacher, scholar and literary critic. In 1937, he delivered the Turnbull lectures at Johns Hopkins University. These were later published under the title Reality and the Poet in Spanish Poetry. He was born in lopera in the Calle de Toledo, 1891, in a house very close to the San Isidro church/cathedral

Till then I was never taller than the sierras of the world. I never sank deeper than the maximum depths marked out on maritime charts.