By Jorge Manrique
Los mejores libros jamás escritos.
La breve aunque imprescindible obra poética de uno de los nombres propios del Prerrenacimiento en lengua castellana, en l. a. que destacan las Coplas a los angeles muerte de su padre, donde Manrique vierte todo su talento y dolor.
«Este mundo es el camino
para el otro, que es morada
Las Coplas de Jorge Manrique a l. a. muerte de su padre son consideradas una de las cumbres de los angeles poesía española. Tanto en ellas como en el conjunto de su obra es difícil saber qué admirar más: si los angeles extraordinaria modernidad del idioma, los angeles madurez de los angeles versificación o l. a. intensidad de los sentimientos e rules sobre los que trata. Con una contención no exenta de emoción y una armonía y sencillez fruto de un gran trabajo de depuración, Manrique nos habla del dolor ante los angeles muerte del ser querido y reflexiona sobre el sentido y l. a. brevedad de los angeles vida.
El académico Giovanni Caravaggi, estudioso de Jorge Manrique y buen conocedor de los angeles tradición lírica que lo precede, ha preparado los angeles presente selección de sus poesías, dotándola de una cuidada anotación, un estudio introductorio con el contexto histórico y biográfico y unas actividades finales a modo de propuestas para trabajar el texto.
By Herman Melville
The entries gathered within the chosen Poems of Herman Melville have been selected with literary attention most well known; they surround a large choice of approximately twenty-five years paintings in verse. integrated listed here are items from his most vital verse, yet poems of lesser regard additionally look within the curiosity of exploring Melville's inventive improvement and correlation to his novels.
Included are decisions from The conflict items, which venerated the Civil warfare, Clarel, an formidable paintings of epic size approximately tourists to the Holy Land, John Marr and different Sailors, drawn from his adventure as a seaman, and items he had in making plans reminiscent of these a few staff known as the "Burgundy Club" and a suite of verses devoted to his spouse. This 3rd version contains a new postscript via Hennig Cohen and his observation at the poems through the quantity.
Published in cooperation with the recent York Public Library.
Note: this can be compiled from HTML pages, so it's a section gruesome.
Within the first century a.d., Ovid, writer of the groundbreaking epic poem Metamorphoses, got here less than critical feedback for The artwork of Love, which playfully advised ladies within the artwork of seduction and males within the abilities crucial for studying the artwork of romantic conquest. during this amazing translation, James Michie breathes new existence into the infamous Roman’s mock-didactic elegy. In lyrical, irreverent English, he unearths love’s undying dilemmas and Ovid’s enduring brilliance as either poet and cultural critic.
By Maurice Manning
Pulitzer Prize finalist.
The universal Man, Maurice Manning's fourth assortment, is a chain of ballad-like narratives, set down in unfastened, unrhymed iambic tetrameter, that honors the unusual great thing about the Kentucky mountain nation he knew as a baby, in addition to the idiosyncratic adventures and personalities of the oldtimers who have been his buddies, neighbors, and kinfolk. enjoying off the book's name, Manning demonstrates that not anyone is usual or basic. as a substitute, he creates a close, complicated, and poignant portrait'by turns severe and hilarious, philosophical and speculative, yet finally tragic'of a fast-disappearing element of yankee tradition.
The universal Man's accessibility and its enthusiastic and honest charms make it the best antidote to the glib ironies that represent a lot modern American verse. it's going to additionally aid to bolster Manning's acceptance as certainly one of his generation's most crucial and unique voices.
By Philip Levine
Regularly a poet of reminiscence and invention, Philip Levine seems again at his personal existence in addition to the adventures of his ancestors, his family, and his pals, and at their rites of passage into an the USA of victories and betrayals. He transports us again to the road the place he was once born "early within the ultimate business century" to assist us envision an the US he's identified from the Thirties to the current. His topics contain his brothers, a great-uncle who gave up on the USA and lower back to czarist Russia, a father who survived unspeakable losses, the artists and musicians who encouraged him, and fellow staff on the manufacturing unit who shared the simplest and worst of his coming of age. through the assortment Levine rejoices in song--Dinah Washington wailing from a jukebox in midtown big apple; Della Daubien hymning at the crosstown streetcar; Max Roach and Clifford Brown at a forgotten Detroit jazz palace; the prayers provided to God via an immigrant uncle dreaming of the Judean hills; the hoarse notes of a manufacturing unit employee who, finishing one other overdue shift, serenades the dozing streets. like every of Levine's poems, those are a testomony to the sturdiness of affection, the power of the human spirit, the endurance of lifestyles within the presence of the arriving darkish.
By Sonia Sanchez
Like the making a song Coming off the Drums is a stunning exploration of the intimate and public landscapes of ardour from considered one of our grasp poets. In haiku, tanka, and sensual blues, Sonia Sanchez writes of the numerous types love takes: burning, dreamy, disenchanted, weak. With phrases that revel and show, she stocks love's painful attractiveness.
By Michael Wiegers
Not when you consider that 1959 whilst Octavio Paz and Samuel Beckett released An Anthology of Mexican Poetry, has there been a set which so completely examines the poetry of the rustic identified for being "too faraway from God and too just about the United States." but, as Elliott Weinberger writes in his introduction,
"Americans comprehend every little thing approximately God, yet subsequent to not anything approximately Mexico—few be aware of that Mexico-particularly in comparison to the United States-is one of those paradise for poets."
Reversible Monuments introduces this "paradise" to American readers. It comprises significant overseas writers like Alberto Blanco, Pura Lopez Colome, and David Huerta, in addition to interesting more youthful poets, and poets whose paintings, whereas recognized within the Spanish-speaking global has now not but obvious ebook in English. The twenty-five poets represented are as varied as their American opposite numbers: they're city, proficient, more youthful, good travelled, conscious of their literary historical past, and comprise Buddhists, feminists, Jewish poets, experimental poets, darkly brooding poets, and playfully wonderful poets.
Until the Poem Remains
by Francisco Hernandez
Strip away the entire flesh
until the poem remains
with the sonorous darkness of bone.
And delicate the bone, polish it, sharpen it
until it turns into the sort of nice needle,
that it pierces the tongue with out pain
though blood chokes the throat.
Reversible Monuments incorporates a fit bilingual choice via every one poet, good points an creation by means of Elliott Weinberger, and gathers the paintings of esteemed translators along that of more youthful translators. it is also biographies of the poets, notes at the poetry, and an in depth bibliography of latest Mexican poetry.
Dieses booklet: "Gesammelte Werke: Gedichte + Dramen + Erzählungen + Roman + Schriften zu Kunst und Literatur (845 Titel in einem Buch - Vollständige Ausgaben)" ist mit einem detaillierten und dynamischen Inhaltsverzeichnis versehen und wurde sorgfältig korrekturgelesen.
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926) conflict ein Lyriker deutscher Sprache. Mit seiner in den Neuen Gedichten vollendeten, von der bildenden Kunst beeinflussten Dinglyrik gilt er als einer der bedeutendsten Dichter der literarischen Moderne. Daneben verfasste er Erzählungen, Dramen, einen Roman und Aufsätze zu Kunst und Kultur. Beeinflusst durch die Philosophen Schopenhauer und vor allem Nietzsche, deren Schriften er früh kennengelernt hatte, ist Rilkes Werk geprägt durch eine scharfe Kritik an der Jenseitsorientierung des Christentums und an einer einseitig naturwissenschaftlich-rationalen Weltdeutung. Die Anerkennung der Wirklichkeit ohne Jenseitsvertröstungen oder soziale Entwicklungsromantik prägt auch Rilkes Weltverständnis. Dafür stehen extensive Beobachtungen der Natur sowie des menschlichen Verhaltens und Gefühlslebens. Dies alles bildet Rilkes "Weltinnenraum", in dem sich Außen- und Innenwelt verbinden.
Die Aufzeichnungen des Malte Laurids Brigge
Erzählungen aus dem Nachlaß
Erzählungen und Skizzen
Briefe an einen jungen Dichter
Offener short an Maximilian Harden
Von Kunst-Dingen: Kritische Schriften - Dichterische Bekenntnisse
Worpswede: Monographie einer Landschaft und ihrer Maler
Mir zur Feier
Lieder der Mädchen
Gebete der Mädchen zu Maria
Requiem: Für eine Freundin
Requiem: Für Wolf Graf von Kalckreuth
Das Buch der Bilder
Der neuen Gedichte anderer Teil
Gedichte von 1906 bis 1910
Gedichte von 1910 bis 1922
Die Sonette an Orpheus
Gedichte in französischer Sprache
By Emily Dickinson
Emily Elizabeth Dickinson (December 10, 1830 – may well 15, 1886) was once an American poet. Dickinson used to be born in Amherst, Massachusetts. even though a part of a well-liked kin with robust ties to its neighborhood, Dickinson lived a lot of her existence hugely introverted. After learning on the Amherst Academy for seven years in her formative years, she in short attended the Mount Holyoke lady Seminary earlier than returning to her family’s apartment in Amherst. thought of an eccentric through locals, she constructed a famous penchant for white garments and have become recognized for her reluctance to greet site visitors or, later in lifestyles, to even depart her bed room. Dickinson by no means married, and so much friendships among her and others depended solely upon correspondence. whereas Dickinson used to be a prolific deepest poet, fewer than a dozen of her approximately 1,800 poems have been released in the course of her lifetime. The paintings that used to be released in the course of her lifetime used to be frequently altered considerably by means of the publishers to slot the normal poetic principles of the time. Dickinson’s poems are special for the period during which she wrote; they comprise brief strains, in general lack titles, and sometimes use slant rhyme in addition to unconventional capitalization and punctuation. a lot of her poems take care of subject matters of demise and immortality, ordinary themes in letters to her buddies. even supposing Dickinson’s pals have been probably conscious of her writing, it was once no longer until eventually after her loss of life in 1886 — while Lavinia, Dickinson’s more youthful sister, came across her cache of poems — that the breadth of her paintings grew to become obvious to the general public. Her first choice of poetry was once released in 1890 through own neighbors Thomas Wentworth Higginson and Mabel Loomis Todd, even though either seriously edited the content material. an entire, and normally unaltered, number of her poetry turned to be had for the 1st time whilst pupil Thomas H. Johnson released The Poems of Emily Dickinson in 1955. regardless of a few negative reception and skepticism over the overdue nineteenth and early twentieth centuries concerning her literary prowess, Dickinson is now nearly universally thought of to be essentially the most major of all American poets.