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York ofreció el propio García Lorca así como algunos poemas no incluidos en la primera edición y últimamente rescatados Descartando la idea de una ruptura con la tradición presente explica en fin cómo en Poeta en Nueva York llegan a su punto culminante los procedimientos formales loruianos ue sirven de base a una radical protesta social y a una penetrante indagación metafísic. I knew nothing of Lorca until this weekend which saddens and embarrasses me since I adore Spanish culture I watched the film Little Ashes thinking it was about Salvador Dali but found the life and causes of Dali s poet lover Federico Garcia Lorca much compelling My friend was kind enough to lend me this book of poems he wrote about his experiences while studying in New York and visiting Cuba This edition came with a fantastic introduction which gave a lot of context to the often confusing maze of personal references and symbols in these poems Appendices included a lecture about New York by Lorca alongside letters to his family which also helped the reader understand Lorca s approach to his alien urban landscape The poems are presented in both Spanish and English side by side Though my Spanish is sketchy I could only translate about 30% of each poem at bestit was fantastic being able to see the poems in their original language and being able to work out the original meter and words which are near impossible to translate into English a common word is Huecos an empty indefinite space I ve written so much about the advantages of this edition because all of this led to me loving the collection They cover the common themes of alienation in a crowded place social revolution and lost childhood with the imaginative approach which defined Spanish art in the 20 s and 30 s Critics often call him a surreal poet but the seemingly random symbols of the horse frog elephant dove and crocodile are repeated endlessly creating a running thread through the collection which grounds them against the fanciful flight of surrealismLorca doesn t take the obvious route of describing skyscrapers and sniping the greed of Wall Street though he does mention witnessing the Wall Street crash first hand in his lecture but instead extracts an essence of urbanity which is best seen in Blind Panorama of New York where the pollution of the city is conveyed as birds covered in ash and its banalities are caterpillars in the mind which devour the philosopher His landscapes of the Vomiting Multitude at Coney Island and the Sleepless City by Brookyln Bridge paint a grim picture which is still laced with love and wondermentI did find it hard to get any meaning out of some of these poems particularly the ones about Lorca s friendships and relationships full of in jokes and nonsense but they still remained beautiful and a pleasure to read One of the best collections of poetry I have ever read I now want to improve my Spanish so I can better understand and appreciate it Hour of the Beast rescatados Descartando la idea de una Dictionary Of Dreams ruptura con la tradición presente explica en fin cómo en Poeta en Nueva York llegan a su punto culminante los procedimientos formales loruianos ue sirven de base a una The Love of a Latino radical protesta social y a una penetrante indagación metafísic. I knew nothing of Lorca until this weekend which saddens and embarrasses me since I adore Spanish culture I watched the film Little Ashes thinking it was about Salvador Dali but found the life and causes of Dali s poet lover Federico Garcia Lorca much compelling My friend was kind enough to lend me this book of poems he wrote about his experiences while studying in New York and visiting Cuba This edition came with a fantastic introduction which gave a lot of context to the often confusing maze of personal Other Days, Other Eyes references and symbols in these poems Appendices included a lecture about New York by Lorca alongside letters to his family which also helped the Deception Island reader understand Lorca s approach to his alien urban landscape The poems are presented in both Spanish and English side by side Though my Spanish is sketchy I could only translate about 30% of each poem at bestit was fantastic being able to see the poems in their original language and being able to work out the original meter and words which are near impossible to translate into English a common word is Huecos an empty indefinite space I ve written so much about the advantages of this edition because all of this led to me loving the collection They cover the common themes of alienation in a crowded place social The Family revolution and lost childhood with the imaginative approach which defined Spanish art in the 20 s and 30 s Critics often call him a surreal poet but the seemingly The First Partition of Poland random symbols of the horse frog elephant dove and crocodile are The Hero of Varay repeated endlessly creating a Blackmailed By Daddy route of describing skyscrapers and sniping the greed of Wall Street though he does mention witnessing the Wall Street crash first hand in his lecture but instead extracts an essence of urbanity which is best seen in Blind Panorama of New York where the pollution of the city is conveyed as birds covered in ash and its banalities are caterpillars in the mind which devour the philosopher His landscapes of the Vomiting Multitude at Coney Island and the Sleepless City by Brookyln Bridge paint a grim picture which is still laced with love and wondermentI did find it hard to get any meaning out of some of these poems particularly the ones about Lorca s friendships and उरलं सुरलं [Urla Surla] relationships full of in jokes and nonsense but they still Cock Tales remained beautiful and a pleasure to Son of the Hero read One of the best collections of poetry I have ever The Alien Jigsaw read I now want to improve my Spanish so I can better understand and appreciate it

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Poeta en Nueva York

Z hasta 1940 bajo el título de Poeta en Nueva York Siguiendo básicamente la edición de Norton Piero Menarini reconocido loruista desentraña en la introducción a este volumen los complejos problemas ue plantea al estructura del libro y cuya solución resulta clave para poder descifrar el sentido último de su discurso Incorpora además la Conferencia recital ue sobre Poeta en Nueva. Guess he didn t like New York Burning Attraction reconocido loruista desentraña en la introducción a este volumen los complejos problemas ue plantea al estructura del libro y cuya solución The Numbers Game resulta clave para poder descifrar el sentido último de su discurso Incorpora además la Conferencia Tall man riding. recital ue sobre Poeta en Nueva. Guess he didn t like New York

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En 1929 en plena crisis estética y vital Federico García Lorca marcha a Nueva York donde reside un año Allí y a su regreso en una breve estancia en Cuba escribe un conjunto de poemas ue constituyen una de las cimas más altas si no la más alta de su creación literaria Hasta su muerte en 1936 Federico trabajará en la ordenación de todo este material ue sin embargo no verá la lu. Devastating poems composed during the Andalusian bard s 1929 30 stay in New York This edition contains a brilliant introduction and unobtrusive commentaries plus a lecture which I read and letters to his family which I skipped My favourite of the cycle is this spinechilling number from Part III Streets and Dreams with incorrect line breaks and my apologies to the poet Sleepless City Brooklyn Bridge NocturneOut in the sky no one sleeps No one no oneNo one sleepsLunar creatures sniff and circle the dwellingsLive iguanas will come to bite the men who don t dreamand the brokenhearted fugitive will meet on street cornersan incredible crocodile resting beneath the tender protest of thestarsOut in the world no one sleeps No one no oneNo one sleepsThere is a corpse in the farthest graveyardcomplaining for three yearsbecause of an arid landscape in his knee and a boy who was buried this morning cried so muchthey had to call the dogs to uiet himLife is no dream Watch out Watch out Watch outWe fall down stairs and eat the moist earthor we climb to the snow s edge with the choir of dead dahliasBut there is no oblivion no dreamraw flesh Kisses tie mouthsin a tangle of new veinsand those who are hurt will hurt without restand those who are frightened by death will carry it on theirshouldersOne dayhorses will live in the tavernsand furious antswill attack the yellow skies that take refuge in the eyes of cattleAnother daywe ll witness the resurrection of dead butterfliesand still walking in a landscape of gray sponges and silent shipswe ll see our ring shine and rose spill from our tonguesWatch out Watch out Watch outThose still marked by claws and cloudburstthat boy who cries because he doesn t know about the inventionof bridgesor that corpse that has nothing than its head and one shoe they all must be led to the wall where iguanas and serpents waitwhere the bear s teeth waitwhere the mummified hand of a child waitsand the camel s fur bristles with a violent blue chillOut in the sky no one sleeps No one no oneNo one sleepsBut if someone closes his eyeswhip him my children whip himLet there be a panorama of open eyesand bitter inflamed woundsOut in the world no one sleeps No one No oneI ve said it beforeNo one sleepsBut at night if someone has too much moss on his templesopen the trap doors so he can see in moonlightthe fake goblets the venom and the skull of the theaters


10 thoughts on “Poeta en Nueva York

  1. says:

    I want to cry because I feel like itas the boys in the back row crybecause I am not a man nor a poet nor a leafbut a wounded pulse that probes the things of the other side Poetry is an odd thing You notice this when you encounter po

  2. says:

    A collection of haunting poems about life in New York New England and to a lesser extent Cuba Compared to the classical starkness of Romancero gitano the poetry here's obscure full of opaue symbols and enigmatic language Each piece while still short feels dense; taken together the poems paint a dark portrait of urban and rural life in the Nor

  3. says:

    Devastating poems composed during the Andalusian bard’s 1929 30 stay in New York This edition contains a brilliant introduction and unobtrusive commentaries plus a lecture which I read and letters to his family which I skipped My favourite of the cycle is this spinechilling number from Part III Streets and Drea

  4. says:

    On this bridge Lorca warns life is not a dream Beware and beware and beware Before you drift off don't forget which is to say remember—because remembering is so much a psychotic activity than forgetting—Lorca in that same poem said that the iguana will bite those who do not dreamThese lines spoken by Timothy Speed Levitch as he stands

  5. says:

    Guess he didn't like New York

  6. says:

    o Lorca If only you were buried nearby so I could hump your grave while sobbing Best most tortured sweetest strangest most bitter

  7. says:

    I knew nothing of Lorca until this weekend which saddens and embarrasses me since I adore Spanish culture I watched the film 'Little Ashes' thinking it was about Salvador Dali but found the life and causes of Dali's poet lover Federico Garcia Lorca much compelling My friend was kind enough to lend me this book of poems he wrote about his experiences while studying in New York and visiting Cuba This edition came

  8. says:

    A favourite book which I've had since my youth when I was discovering a wider world

  9. says:

    How to write a review of a work that I barely understand but find so beautiful I have to give it 5 bright and shining stars?I bought

  10. says:

    Gabriel Garcia Lorca truly shows that when it comes to the movements as a city with ties to industry capitalistic gain and material wealth there is no division between the life of the human being and the life of the machine Lorca ar

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