El viento comenzo a mecer la hierba / The Wind Began to Rock the Grass

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Independent Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2013 - Poetry - 180 pages
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This book of poetry features a selection of Emily Dickinson’s poems in their original English, accompanied by Spanish-language translations. Dealing in large part with themes of death and mortality—two recurring topics in her correspondence with friends—Dickinson’s evocative poems ring true and honest. Illustrated by an up-and-coming young Spanish artist, this beautiful collection has a place in everyone’s library.


Este libro de poesía ofrece una selección de poemas por Emily Dickinson en su inglés original, acompañados por traducciones al español. Tratando en gran parte los temas de la muerte y la mortalidad—dos temas recurrentes en su correspondencia con amistades—los poemas evocativos de Dickinson están infundidos de verdad y sinceridad. Ilustrada por un joven artista español, esta colección tiene un lugar en la biblioteca de toda persona.

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Emily Dickinson was an American poet who lived a mostly introverted and reclusive life. Although a prolific poet in private, fewer than a dozen of her nearly 1,800 poems were published during her lifetime. Kike de la Rubia is an illustrator and animator whose work has appeared on advertisements, including posters for Réplika Theatre productions; in newspapers, magazines, and fanzines; and on websites such as El Duende magazine's site, www.duendemad.com. He is the illustrator of the books Adán y Eva and Mavi.

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