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Lorca's Romancero Gitano

Author : Carl W. Cobb
Publisher : Jackson : University Press of Mississippi
Page : 136 pages
File Size : 46,19 MB
Release : 1983
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN :

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Lorca's Romancero Gitano

Author : Herbert Ramsden
Publisher : Manchester University Press
Page : 0 pages
File Size : 34,69 MB
Release : 2008-04-15
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN : 9780719078248

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This poem-by-poem guide to Lorca’s Romancero gitano was prompted by the need for some form of guidance to the overwhelming amount of critical material published on the book, the relative neglect or misunderstanding of certain poems and a concern to counter a recent tendency to eccentric interpretation. Herbert Ramsden’s comprehensive collection of commentaries will be useful both for students and teachers and for the Lorca specialist. With each poem the author offers a brief introduction to relevant background material, a comprehensive commentary, a brief indication of interpretations notably different from his own and a select critical bibliography. In a more general bibliography, the author lists a number of translations of Romancero gitano into English and a selection of commentary-based studies. The great diversity and allusive richness of Lorca’s poetic masterpiece demands more space than a compact student edition allows, and all serious students of Romancero gitano will want to use Herbert Ramsden’s Eighteen commentaries alongside his simultaneously-published edition of the text.

Gypsy Ballads

Author : Federico GarciI a Lorca
Publisher : eBook Partnership
Page : 180 pages
File Size : 42,64 MB
Release : 2014-08-01
Category : Poetry
ISBN : 1907587829

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Federico Garcia Lorca wrote the Gypsy Ballads between 1924 and 1927. When the book was published it caused a sensation in the literary world. Drawing on the traditional Spanish ballad form, Lorca described his Romancero Gitano as 'the poem of Andalucia...A book that hardly expresses visible Andalusia at all, but where hidden Andalucia trembles'. Seeking to relate the nature of his proud and troubled region of Spain, he drew on a traditional gypsy form; yet the homely, unpretentious style of these poems barely disguises the undercurrents of conflicted identity never far from Lorca's work. This bilingual edition, translated by Jane Duran and Glora Garcia Lorca, is illuminated by photos and illustrations of and by Lorca, his own reflections on the poems and introductory notes by leading Lorca scholars: insights into the Romancero and the history of the Spanish ballad form by Andres Soria Olmedo; notes on the dedications by Manuel Fernandez-Montesinos; Lorca's 1935 lecture; and an introduction by Professor Christopher Maurer to the problems and challenges faced by translators of Lorca.

Lorca's Romancero Gitano

Author : Herbert Ramsden
Publisher :
Page : 148 pages
File Size : 26,24 MB
Release : 1988
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN :

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The Tragic Myth

Author : Edward F. Stanton
Publisher : University Press of Kentucky
Page : 166 pages
File Size : 43,27 MB
Release : 2021-10-21
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN : 0813184967

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With literature, music constituted the most important activity of poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca's life. The two arts were closely related to each other throughout his career. As a child, Lorca imbibed traditional Andalusian songs from the lips of the family maids, whom he would remember with affection years later. At a very early age he began to study piano, and during his adolescence, music and poetry competed for primacy among his interests. His first book was dedicated to his music teacher, who instilled in him a love for the world of art and creation. In part I of this study, Edward F. Stanton examines Lorca's theoretical and practical approach to cante jondo, the traditional music of Andalusia, as seen in his lectures on the subject and in the 1922 concurso. In part II, he searches for direct and—far more important—indirect echoes of this music in his work. Part III explores the mythic quality of Lorca's art in relation to cante jondo. Throughout, Stanton illuminates a new dimension of the poet's work.

From Romanticism to Surrealism

Author : Robert Havard
Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
Page : 324 pages
File Size : 31,65 MB
Release : 1988
Category : Literary Criticism
ISBN : 9780389208105

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The book offers an in-depth, critical appreciation of seven major Spanish poets. Emphasis is on the modern period, with five of the poets being twentieth-century poets. It is argued that the roots of modern poetry are to be found in Romanticism's anguished search for meaning. The seven Spanish poets include Becquer, Rosalia de Castro, Antonio Machado, Jorge Guillen, Pedro Salinas, Garcia Lorca and Rafael Alberti.

Romancero gitano

Author : Federico García Lorca
Publisher :
Page : 206 pages
File Size : 42,76 MB
Release : 1988
Category : Drama
ISBN :

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Perhaps the most famous book of poetry written in Spanish in the 20th century, this volume masterfully conveys the richness of Lorca's native Andalusia.

A Companion to Federico García Lorca

Author : Federico Bonaddio
Publisher : Boydell & Brewer Ltd
Page : 250 pages
File Size : 15,96 MB
Release : 2007
Category : Spanish literature
ISBN : 9781855661417

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Lorca, icon and polymath in all his manifestations.