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Poeta en Nueva York

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Poeta en Nueva York is one of the most important works of Spanish author Federico García Lorca. It is a body of poems composed during the visit of the poet to Columbia University in New York in the years 1929/1930. During his stay the stockmarket crashed in October 1929, an event which profoundly affected his poetic vision.
This is the text in the origianl Spanish with an extensive analytical introduction and bibliography and a chronology of the poet's life and publications, illustrated with line drawings.

En 1929, Federico García Lorca, que había cosechado un gran éxito popular con Romancero Gitano, pero que también había sido despellejado por sus amigos Dalí y Buñuel en Un perro andaluz por el mismo motivo, viaja a E.U. y Cuba a pronunciar una serie de conferencias. A raíz de su estancia en la Columbia University de NYC, descubre una ciudad que le atrae y repele a partes iguales. Noches de jazz en el Small's Paradise de Harlem, donde los negros que habitaban sus calles inspiraron sus mejores poemas, la vida eléctrica de Manhattan... Pero estando allí, le sorprende el Crack de 1929 y conoce de primera mano la desperación de una ciudad despavorida. Tras el escarnio por parte de sus amigos surrealistas, Lorca se cobra su venganza estética presentando esta obra maestra que lo coloca a la cabeza de la vanguardia y lo convierte en el poeta universal que con los años inspiraría hasta al mismo Leonard Cohen.

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Author(s):
Lorca, Federico Garcia
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9788449409219
Number of pages:
195
Publisher:
Losada

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Poeta en Nueva York is one of the most important works of Spanish author Federico García Lorca. It is a body of poems composed during the visit of the poet to Columbia University in New York in the years 1929/1930. During his stay the stockmarket crashed in October 1929, an event which profoundly affected his poetic vision.
This is the text in the origianl Spanish with an extensive analytical introduction and bibliography and a chronology of the poet's life and publications, illustrated with line drawings.

En 1929, Federico García Lorca, que había cosechado un gran éxito popular con Romancero Gitano, pero que también había sido despellejado por sus amigos Dalí y Buñuel en Un perro andaluz por el mismo motivo, viaja a E.U. y Cuba a pronunciar una serie de conferencias. A raíz de su estancia en la Columbia University de NYC, descubre una ciudad que le atrae y repele a partes iguales. Noches de jazz en el Small's Paradise de Harlem, donde los negros que habitaban sus calles inspiraron sus mejores poemas, la vida eléctrica de Manhattan... Pero estando allí, le sorprende el Crack de 1929 y conoce de primera mano la desperación de una ciudad despavorida. Tras el escarnio por parte de sus amigos surrealistas, Lorca se cobra su venganza estética presentando esta obra maestra que lo coloca a la cabeza de la vanguardia y lo convierte en el poeta universal que con los años inspiraría hasta al mismo Leonard Cohen.

Author(s):
Lorca, Federico Garcia
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Paperback
ISBN-13:
9788449409219
Number of pages:
195
Publisher:
Losada

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