A collection that traces the author's relationship with the sea, a major theme in his work, from his seminal book 'Diary of a Poet Recently Married' alongside other poems from his body of work.
Juan Ramon Jimenez (1881-1958) was a member of the generation of 1898, which ushered in a renaissance in Spanish Poetry. In 1956 he received the Nobel Prize for Literature. He dedicated over 60 years of his life to poetry and published many volumes of work. He also is well known for his prose work, Platero and I. Mary Berg is a writer and translator. She has translated a number of books from Spanish, including I've Forgotten Your Name by Martha Rivera, River of Sorrows by Libertad Demitropulos, Ximena at the Crossroads by Laura Riesco, and The Landscape of Castile by Antonio Machado. She teaches at Harvard University Extension and Brandeis University. Dennis Maloney is a poet and translator. His works of translation include The House in the Sand by Pablo Neruda and The Landscape of Castile by Antonio Machado. His most recent volume of poetry is The Map Is Not The Territory.
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- Published on: 2009-07-16
- Released on: 2009-07-16
- Original language: English, Spanish
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- Dimensions: 9.00" h x .70" w x 6.00" l, .85 pounds
- Binding: Paperback
- 230 pages
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