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Visor, 1976 - Poetry - 120 pages
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Contents

POEMAS
9
Fray Luis y la tradición mística
13
F Villon
18
El tema del amor
20
ÁMBITO
33
Carlos Bousoño
34
Noche
45
Noche
51
Noche
61
Vicente Alelxandre
65
Noche
73
Noche
89
Noche
101
Noche final
117
POESIA
125
Copyright

Tristan Tzara
55

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About the author (1976)

Born in Seville, Spain, in 1898, poet Vicente Aleixandre was a member of Spain's Generation of 1927. He survived a civil war bomb attack on his house, only to have his work banned by government censors for nearly five years after the war. His early poetry, typified by Pasion de la tierra (1935), is hermetic in its surrealism, but his later work, such as Historia del corazon (1954), is more accessible and addresses the problems of postwar Spanish society with compassion and human solidarity. As one of the few poets to remain in Spain after the Spanish Civil War, Aleixandre was an inspiration to younger poets and encouraged their work. He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977. In 1984, Aleixandre died in Madrid of a kidney disorder.

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