گزیده ی اشعار فدریکو گارسیا لورکا

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  • Federico García Lorca
  • 02 May 2018

About the Author: Federico García Lorca

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the گزیده ی اشعار فدریکو گارسیا لورکا book, this is one of the most wanted Federico García Lorca author readers around the world.


گزیده ی اشعار فدریکو گارسیا لورکا This bilingual edition was the first to include Lorca s last poems, the previously lost Sonnets of Dark Love It covers the full range of his poetry, from the early poems and the gypsy ballads to the agitated Poet in New York and the Arab influenced gacelas and casidas Also included is the Lament for Sanchez Mejias, Lorca s great elegy for his bullfighter friend, as well as his famous lecture, Theory and Function of the Duende. Download گزیده ی اشعار فدریکو گارسیا لورکا by Federico García Lorca – scottishhomebakingawards.co.uk

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8 thoughts on “گزیده ی اشعار فدریکو گارسیا لورکا

  1. Khashayar Mohammadi says:

    Vivid, lyrical and imaginative A handful of breathtaking poems hide withing this fantastic collection of poems, along with their Spanish original.

  2. Michael Finocchiaro says:

    One of Spain s greatest 20th century poets cut down in his prime by a homophobic Nazi regime, his work lives on as a testament to his aged soul and his delicate pen.

  3. Jonfaith says:

    I have lost myself in the sea many tunes with my ear full of freshly cut flowers, with my tongue full of love awl agony I have lost myself in the sea many times as I lose myself in the heart of certain children.It has been a meandering weekend, laden with thoughts on consciousness and narrative, These thoughts led to a certain brooding Most of the selected work here appeared lighter, odes to tranquility and affection My soul wasn t overly callous for such but neither did it bloom.These clippe I have lost myself in the sea many tunes with my ear full of freshly cut flowers, with my tongue full of love awl agony I have lost myself in the sea many times as I lose myself in the heart of certain children.It has been a meandering weekend, laden with thoughts on consciousness and narrative, These thoughts led to a certain brooding Most of the selected work here appeared lighter, odes to tranquility and affection My soul wasn t overly callous for such but neith...

  4. Patrick Gibson says:

    because he is amazing and beautiful Here s why Life is not a dream Careful Careful Careful We fall down the stairs in order to eat the moist earthor we climb to the knife edge of the snow with the voices of the ...

  5. George Ballin says:

    Lorca might be the most inspiring writer that Ive ever read This collection is well translated and features some of his best best known poetic works Everyone interested in poetry should have read Lorca and I think this might be a good starting point Hesa magician than a poet to me Lorca might be the most inspiring writ...

  6. vi macdonald says:

    You know what s wrong with the poems of Federico Garc a Lorca Nothing Absolutely nothing I loved this selection so much that I immediately went out and bought a volume of his complete works because I neededI just couldn t get enough of the guy.

  7. Alberto says:

    Lorca s poetry should be read aloud, in Spanish, perhaps in a smoky Tablao with full flamenco accompaniment This edition is good in that the English translation appears opposite the original And they re pretty good at conveying the mystery and passion of Lorca s beloved Andalucia The selection is a decent display of Lorca s experiments in the region s poetic traditions But ultimately, it s almost like watching black and white TV after you ve experienced high definition color.Even if you don Lorca s poetry should be read aloud, in Spanish, perhaps in a smoky Tablao with full flamenco accompaniment This edition is good in that the English translation appears opposite the original And they re pretty good at conveying the mystery and passion of Lorca s beloved Andalucia The selection is a decent display of Lorca s experiments in the region s poetic traditions But ultimately, it s almost...

  8. Imen Benyoub says:

    Autumn SongToday in my hearta vague trembling of stars,but my way is lostin the soul of the mist.Light lops my wings.The hurt of my sadnessmoistens memoriesin thought s fountain.All roses are white,white as my pain,white only whensnow s fallen on them.Earlier they wore a rainbow.Snow s also falling on the soul.The soul s snow is kissedby flakes and sceneslost before in the shadowor the light of the person thinking.Snow falls from roses,but remains on the soul,and the year s thick needlemakes a s Autumn SongToday in my hearta vague trembling of stars,but my way is lostin the soul of the mist.Light lops my wings.The hurt of my sadnessmoistens memoriesin thought s fountain.All roses are white,white as my pain,white only whensnow s fallen on them.Earlier they wore a rainbow.Snow s also falling on the soul.The soul s snow is kissedby flakes and sceneslost before in the shadowor the light of the perso...