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Selected writings / Rubén Darío ; edited with and introduction by Ilan Stavans ; translated by Andrew Hurley, Greg Simon and Steven F. White.

Darío, Rubén, 1867-1916 (author.). Stavans, Ilan. (Added Author). Hurley, Andrew, 1944- (Added Author). Simon, Greg. (Added Author). White, Steven F., 1955- (Added Author).

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  • ISBN: 0143039369
  • ISBN: 9780143039365
  • Physical Description: lxii, 667 pages ; 20 cm.
  • Publisher: New York : Penguin Books, [2005]

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (p. [lv]-lix) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction / Ilan Stavans -- Suggestions for further reading -- Note on the text -- Poems / translated by Greg Simon and Steven F White -- Translators' note -- Prelude -- 1: Those That Come From The Eighteenth Century -- Seashell -- Seascape -- Swans -- Leda -- To Goya -- Poet and the king -- Questions -- Colloquy of the centaurs (fragment) -- Numen -- Pegasus -- 2: Some Both Ancient And Modern -- Eheu! -- Reincarnations -- Metempsychosis -- Race -- Revelation -- Song of the pines -- Song of blood -- Livid flowers -- About autumn -- On a first page -- Blank page -- About winter -- Vesperal -- Vesper -- Symphony in gray major -- In the land of allegories -- St Helen of Montenegro (fragment) -- Autumn song in spring -- Triumphal march -- Letter (fragment) -- Return (fragment) -- Earthquake -- Far away -- 3: Some Audacious, Cosmopolitan -- Tutecotzimi (2 fragments) -- Black Dominga (fragment) -- To Columbus -- Song to Argentina (fragment) -- To Moises Ascarrunz -- To Roosevelt -- Saluting the eagle -- Great cosmopolis -- Walt Whitman -- Wire service -- 4: Thirst For Illusive Hope That's Endless -- I'm hunting a form -- Ear of wheat -- Antonio Machado -- To Juan Ramon Jimenez -- Song of hope -- Love your rhythm -- Nocturne ("I want to erase my anguish in verse") -- Good-bye -- Flower of light -- Oh, my soul! -- Autumn poem (fragment) -- Nocturne ("silence of the night, painful silence") -- Poets! towers of God! -- To a poet (fragment) -- To Phocas, tiller of fields -- "Divine psyche, sweet invisible butterfly!" -- Philosophy -- Auguries -- Island birds -- Nocturne ("for those who've heard the night's heart by auscultation") -- Victory of Samothrace -- Sad, sadly calling -- Self-portrait for his sister Lola -- Extravagances (fragment) -- Guests (fragment) -- Venice -- -- Melancholy -- One day, undone, he sighed -- Keep walking, try to forget -- Thanatos -- Spes -- Sweet morning angelus -- Destined to die.
Stories And Fables / Translated by Andrew Hurley -- Translator's note -- On Poetry And The Poet -- Bourgeois king: a cheering tale -- Deaf satyr : a Greek story -- My aunt Rosa -- Tale of the sea -- Bale -- Fantasy, Horror, And The Grotesque -- Larva -- Thanatophobia -- Huitzilopoxtli: a Mexican legend -- Case of Mademoiselle Amelie : a story for New Year's -- Myth And Legend -- Palimpsest I -- Palimpsest II -- Ruby -- Birth of cabbage -- Queen Mab's veil -- Fables -- Palace of the sun -- Death of the empress of China -- Juan Bueno's losses -- Febea -- Fugitive -- Gyrfalcons of Israel -- Strange death of Fray Pedro -- Nymph: a Parisian story -- Black Solomon -- Thus spake Ahasuerus -- Story of Martin Guerre -- Prose Poems -- In the enchanted land -- Honeymoon song -- Bloody -- Siren-catchers -- Ocean idyll -- Song of winter -- Ideal -- Boklin: "the isle of the dead" -- Sirens and tritons -- Clepsydra: the extraction of the idea -- War -- Essays, Opinions, Travel Writing, And Miscellaneous Prose / translated by Andrew Hurley -- On Literature -- Modernismo -- Story of my books -- Azure -- Frontispiece for "the misfits" -- Misfits (Los Raros; excerpts) -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Paul Verlaine -- Villiers de l'Isle-Adam -- Rachilde -- Le Comte de Lautreamont -- Ibsen -- Jose Marti -- On Poetry And The Poet -- Excerpt from "From a book of intimate pages" -- Excerpt from "the Literary life" -- 1001 nights -- Marinetti and futurism -- On Art -- Richard Le Gallienne: the influence of the sense of beauty -- Ranvier: "the infancy of Bacchus" -- On Himself -- Colors of my standard -- Pro Domo Mea -- Journalist and his literary merits -- On "Modern Life" And Politics -- Musings on crime -- To the right Reverend Abbot Schnebelin -- Gold's choler -- Iron -- Triumph of Caliban -- Hippogriff -- To the venerable Joan of Orleans -- Travel Pieces And Vignettes -- Vieux Paris -- [On woman] -- Woman of the Americas -- Woman of Spain -- Woman of Nicaragua (from "Journey to Nicaragua") -- Poster in Spain (excerpts) -- Diplomatic mission -- Toros! (excerpts) -- Black Spain -- Seville -- Cordoba -- [Travels in Italy] -- Turin -- Rome -- Naples -- Hamburg, or the land of swans -- Secession -- Budapest -- Appendix: Selected letters / translated by Steven F White -- Glossary -- Index of titles and first lines.
Summary, etc.:
From the Publisher: Born in Nicaragua, Ruben Dario is known as the consummate leader of the Modernista movement, an esthetic trend that swept the Americas from Mexico to Argentina at the end of the nineteenth century. Seeking a language and a style that would distinguish the newly emergent nations from the old imperial power of Spain, Dario's writing offered a refreshingly new vision of the world-an artistic sensibility at once cosmopolitan and connected to the rhythms of nature. The first part of this collection presents Dario's most significant poems in a bilingual format and organized thematically in the way Dario himself envisioned them. The second part is devoted to Dario's prose, including short stories, fables, profiles, travel writing, reportage, opinion pieces, and letters. A sweeping biographical introduction by distinguished critic Ilan Stavans places Dario in historical and artistic context, not only in Latin America but in world literature.
Subject: Bilingual books.
Spanish poetry.
Spanish language materials.
Bilingual books > Spanish-English.
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5050 . ‡aStories And Fables / Translated by Andrew Hurley -- Translator's note -- On Poetry And The Poet -- Bourgeois king: a cheering tale -- Deaf satyr : a Greek story -- My aunt Rosa -- Tale of the sea -- Bale -- Fantasy, Horror, And The Grotesque -- Larva -- Thanatophobia -- Huitzilopoxtli: a Mexican legend -- Case of Mademoiselle Amelie : a story for New Year's -- Myth And Legend -- Palimpsest I -- Palimpsest II -- Ruby -- Birth of cabbage -- Queen Mab's veil -- Fables -- Palace of the sun -- Death of the empress of China -- Juan Bueno's losses -- Febea -- Fugitive -- Gyrfalcons of Israel -- Strange death of Fray Pedro -- Nymph: a Parisian story -- Black Solomon -- Thus spake Ahasuerus -- Story of Martin Guerre -- Prose Poems -- In the enchanted land -- Honeymoon song -- Bloody -- Siren-catchers -- Ocean idyll -- Song of winter -- Ideal -- Boklin: "the isle of the dead" -- Sirens and tritons -- Clepsydra: the extraction of the idea -- War -- Essays, Opinions, Travel Writing, And Miscellaneous Prose / translated by Andrew Hurley -- On Literature -- Modernismo -- Story of my books -- Azure -- Frontispiece for "the misfits" -- Misfits (Los Raros; excerpts) -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Paul Verlaine -- Villiers de l'Isle-Adam -- Rachilde -- Le Comte de Lautreamont -- Ibsen -- Jose Marti -- On Poetry And The Poet -- Excerpt from "From a book of intimate pages" -- Excerpt from "the Literary life" -- 1001 nights -- Marinetti and futurism -- On Art -- Richard Le Gallienne: the influence of the sense of beauty -- Ranvier: "the infancy of Bacchus" -- On Himself -- Colors of my standard -- Pro Domo Mea -- Journalist and his literary merits -- On "Modern Life" And Politics -- Musings on crime -- To the right Reverend Abbot Schnebelin -- Gold's choler -- Iron -- Triumph of Caliban -- Hippogriff -- To the venerable Joan of Orleans -- Travel Pieces And Vignettes -- Vieux Paris -- [On woman] -- Woman of the Americas -- Woman of Spain -- Woman of Nicaragua (from "Journey to Nicaragua") -- Poster in Spain (excerpts) -- Diplomatic mission -- Toros! (excerpts) -- Black Spain -- Seville -- Cordoba -- [Travels in Italy] -- Turin -- Rome -- Naples -- Hamburg, or the land of swans -- Secession -- Budapest -- Appendix: Selected letters / translated by Steven F White -- Glossary -- Index of titles and first lines.
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