Fields of Castile/Campos De Castilla

Fields of Castile/Campos De Castilla

Paperback Dover Dual Language Spanish Language: English / Spanish

By (author) Antonio Machado, Edited by Stanley Appelbaum

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  • Publisher: Dover Publications Inc.
  • Format: Paperback | 224 pages
  • Language: English / Spanish
  • Dimensions: 137mm x 211mm x 13mm | 113g
  • Publication date: 2 November 2007
  • Publication City/Country: New York
  • ISBN 10: 0486461777
  • ISBN 13: 9780486461779
  • Edition: Bilingual edition
  • Edition statement: Bilingual
  • Illustrations note:
  • Sales rank: 333,601

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Master poet Antonio Machado y Ruiz is widely regarded as one of the twentieth-century's greatest Spanish writers. His collection of poems celebrating the region of Castile made him one of the primary voices of the Generation of 1898 -- a brilliant group of writers dedicated to Spain's moral and cultural rebirth after the Spanish-American War. Machado's lyrical "Campos" poems, tinged with nostalgic melancholy, are powerfully introspective and meditative, revealing an evolution away from his previously ornate, Modernist style. With these magnificent poems, Machado moved toward a simpler, more authentic approach that would later distinguish all of his works. This unabridged edition of Machado's landmark "Campos de Castilla" is presented in a dual-language format which features an excellent new translation on pages facing the Spanish original. A fully informative introduction and comprehensive notes by the translator are also included.

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Table of contents

IntroductionPortraitOn the Banks of the DueroIn Spanish LandsThe PoorhouseThe Iberian GodBanks of the DueroThe Ilexes"Are you, Guadarrama ..."In April, the Thousand WatersA MadmanIconographic FantasyA CriminalAutumn DaybreakOn the TrainSummer NightEasterFields of SoriaAlvargonzález's LandTo a Withered ElmMemoriesTo the Master "Azorín" on His Book "Castile"Roads"Lord, you have already ripped from me ...""Hope says ...""There, on the highlands ...""I dreamt that you were leading me ...""One summer night ...""Now that the snow has melted away ...""In these fields of my own land ..."To José María PalacioAnother JourneyPoem About a Single DayNovember 1913The Holy-Week Processional RhymeOn the Ephemeral PastThe Olive TreesLament for the Virtues and Stanzas on the Death of Don GuidoThe Woman of La ManchaThe Ephemeral TomorrowAphorisms and RhymesParablesMy JesterEulogiesTo Don Francisco Giner de los RíosTo the Young Thinker José Ortega y GassetTo Xavier ValcarceMountain ButterflyFrom My CornerA Young SpainSpain, at Peace"This legend ..."To the master Rubén DaríoOn the Death of Rubén DaríoTo Narciso Alonso Cortés, Poet of CastileMy PoetsTo Don Miguel de UnamunoTo Juan Ramón JiménezAlphabetical List of Spanish TitlesAlphabetical List of Spanish First Lines