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Antonio Machado

Selected Poems

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ISBN 9780674040663

Publication Date: 03/15/1988

Short

336 pages

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  • Introduction
  • Selected Poems
    • 1. En el entierro de an amigo (At the Burial of a Friend)
    • 2. Fue una clara tarde, triste y soñolienta (The clear afternoon was drowsy and sad)
    • 3. El limonero lánguido suspende (Listless the lemon tree suspends)
    • 4. Yo escucho los cantos (I follow the songs)
    • 5. Yo voy soñando caminos (I dream my way)
    • 6. Horizonte (Horizon)
    • 7. Sobre la tierra amarga (Upon the bitter land)
    • 8. Crece en la plaza en sombra (Moss grows in the shadows of the square)
    • 9. Al borde del sendero un día nos sentamos (We settle down one day beside the path)
    • 10. Oh, dime, noche amiga, amada vieja (Oh tell me, friendly night, so long beloved)
    • 11. La noria (The Waterwheel)
    • 12. El cadalso (The Gallows)
    • 13. Las moscas (Flies)
    • 14. Glosa (Gloss)
    • 15. Anoche cuando dormía (Last night I had a dream)
    • 16. ¿Mi corazón se ha dormido? (Has my heart gone to sleep?)
    • 17. Desgarrada la nube; el arco iris (A rent in the clouds)
    • 18. Y era el demonio de mi sueño, el ángel (And the devil in my dream)
    • 19. ¡Oh tarde luminosa! (Oh lightstruck evening!)
    • 20. Es una tarde cenicienta y mustia (This withered, ashen afternoon)
    • 21. Y ha de morir contigo el mundo mago (And is the magic world to die with you)
    • 22. Tal vez la mano, en sueños (Idling once in a dream)
    • 23. Y podrás conocerte, recordando (And you can know yourself if you’ll recall)
    • 24. Retrato (Portrait)
    • 25. A orillas del Duero (Along the Duero)
    • 26. El Dios ibero (The Iberian God)
    • 27. Orillas del Duero (Along the Duero)
    • 28. Eres tú Guadarrama, viejo amigo (Guadarrama, is it you, old friend)
    • 29. Campos de Soria (The Soria Country)
    • 30. En estos campos de la tierra mía (Back in the landscape of my native soil)
    • 31. A José María Palacio (To José María Palacio)
    • 32. Poema de un día. Meditaciones rurales (One Day’s Poem. Rural Reflections)
    • 33. Los olivos (The Olive Trees)
    • 34. Proverbios y cantares (Proverbs and Song-Verse)
    • 35. Parábolas (Parables)
    • 36. A don Francisco Giner de los Ríos (To Don Francisco Giner de los Ríos)
    • 37. Apuntes (Jottings)
    • 38. Galerías (Passageways)
    • 39. Canciones de tierras alias (Highland Songs)
    • 40. Canciones (Songs)
    • 41. Proverbios y cantares (Proverbs and Song-Verse)
    • 42. Los ojos (The Eyes)
    • 43. Esto soñé (This Was My Dream)
    • 44. Al escultor Emiliano Barral (To the Sculptor Emiliano Barral)
    • 45. Los sueños dialogados (Dreams in Dialogue)
    • 46. De mi cartera (From My Portfolio)
    • 47. Sonetos (Sonnets)
    • 48. Viejas canciones (Old Songs)
    • 49. Rosa de fuego (The Flaming Rose)
    • 50. Al gran Cero (To the Great Nought)
    • 51. Ultimas lamentaciones de Abel Martín (Last Lamentations of Abel Martín)
    • 52. Siesta. En memoria de Abel Martín (Siesta. In Memory of Abel Martín)
    • 53. Recuerdos de sueño, fiebre y duermivela (Memories of Dreaming, Fever, and Dozing)
    • 54. Canciones a Guiomar (Songs for Guiomar)
    • 55. Otras canciones a Guiomar (Other Songs for Guiomar)
    • 56. Muerte de Abel Martín (The Death of Abel Martín)
    • 57. Otro clima (Another Climate)
    • 58. En dónde, sobre piedra aborrascada (Where have I seen you, heaped)
    • 59. Otras coplas (Further Lines)
    • 60. Apunte de sierra (Mountain Note)
    • 61. Recuerdo infantil (de Juan de Mairena) (Childhood Memory (of Juan de Mairena))
    • 62. El poeta recuerda las tierras de Soria (The Poet Remembers the Soria Country)
    • 63. Meditacíon (Meditation)
    • 64. El crimen far en Granada (The Crime Was in Granada)
  • Notes to the Introduction
  • Notes to the Poems
  • Key to Poem Numbers
  • Index of First Lines

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