El Viento Comenzó a Mecer la Hierba

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Independent Publishing Group, 2012 - 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 poes a ofrece una selecci n de poemas por Emily Dickinson en su ingl s original, acompa ados por traducciones al espa ol. 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 est n infundidos de verdad y sinceridad. Ilustrada por un joven artista espa ol, esta colecci n 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 R plika 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 Ad n y Eva and Mavi.

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