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Poesía Completa (Spanish Edition)
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Do you believe that this item violates a copyright? It was here, on 22 February , that Antonio Machado died, just three days before his mother. Machado is buried in Collioure where he died; Leonor is buried in Soria. Machado's evolution has strong links to larger European trends in the same period.
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He turned away from the hermetic esthetic principles of post-symbolism and cultivated the dynamic openness of social realism. And like his socially conscious colleagues of the Generation of , he emerged from his solitude to contemplate Spain's historical landscape with a sympathetic yet unindulgent eye.
His poetic work begins with the publication of Soledades in In this short volume many personal links which will characterize his later work are noticeable. After Machado's experience with the introspective poetry of his first period, he withdrew from the spectacle of his conflictive personality and undertook to witness the general battle of the "two Spains", each one struggling to gain the ascendancy.
Gorostiza, José 1901-1973
In he published "Campos de Castilla", a collection of poems lyricising the beauty of the Castilian countryside. At the same time, other poems projected Castilian archetypes that evoked emotions like pathos "La mujer manchega", "The Manchegan Woman" , revulsion "Un criminal" , and stark rapture "Campos de Soria".
Caminante, no hay camino, sino estelas en la mar. Wanderer, your footsteps are the road and nothing more; wanderer, there is no road, the road is made by walking.
Walking makes the road, and turning to look behind you see the path that you will never tread again. Wanderer, there is no road, only foam trails on the sea. Machado's later poems are a virtual anthropology of Spain's common people, describing their collective psychology, social mores, and historical destiny. He achieves this panorama through basic myths and recurrent, eternal patterns of group behavior.
The metaphors of this second period use geographical and topographical allusions that frame powerful judgments about socio-economic and moral conditions on the Peninsula.
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