4 edition of Spanish-American poets of today and yesterday found in the catalog.
in Stanford University, Calif
Written in English
|LC Classifications||CT99.D218 U5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||k 83007504|
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This is the preface for the book Spanish American War Songs published in It is a large volume which contains many poems published about the Spanish American War. As indicated in this beginning part of the preface, the publisher expresses concern for what seems to be the lack of poetry and patriotism at the end of the 19th century.
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Why begin a book about modern Spanish American poetry using the mid-twentieth century as the point of departure. Because, as William Rowe has pointed out (Rowe,17), Vanguardism as a movement had largely run out of steam by the s and “In the poets who began to write in the s, there is a concern with new starting points”.
Spanish American Modernista Poets: A Critical Anthology presents the major works of some of Latin America’s important modernist poets. The titled dedicates a whole chapter to a specific personality. Each chapter of the text provides a short biographic account of the poet, and then proceeds to presenting the major works of the poet.
Maurice Riordan was born in Lisgoold, County Cork, Ireland. His collections of poetry — published in the UK by Faber and Faber — include A Word from the Loki (), which was a Poetry Book Society Choice and shortlisted for the T.S.
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Those studying the language will find here ample material for honing their Spanish-language skills, while any poetry lover will enjoy the richness and beauty of this verse—in English or s: 4.The Random House Book of Poetry for Children selected by Jack Prelutsky / Illustrated by Arnold Lobel Random House, / Grades K-5 / pages One of the best children's poetry anthologies ever.
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