Canciones and the Early Poetry of Lorca
|ISBN: 9780708317334 (0708317332)Dyddiad Cyhoeddi Ebrill 2002 |
Cyhoeddwr: Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Press, CaerdyddFformat: Clawr Caled, 225x144 mm, 304 tudalen
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Dadansoddiad manwl o farddoniaeth y dramodydd Federico García Lorca yn adlewyrchu cyd-destunau barddonol, diwylliant a deallusol ei waith.
A detailed analysis of the poetry of well-known playwright Federico García Lorca reflecting the poetic, cultural and intellectual contexts of his work.
'Canciones' and the Early Poetry of Lorca
A Study in Critical Methodology and Poetic Maturity
D. Gareth Walters
pp 293 inc. 3 b/w ills. April 2002 hardback £40.00
Although Federico García Lorca is well-known to the English-speaking public as a playwright and as the author of Romancero gitano and Poeta en Nueva York, his early poetry has received surprisingly scant critical consideration. D. Gareth Walters corrects this imbalance by concentrating on Lorca's work up to and including Canciones, the culmination of his early poetry, which was published in 1927.
Beginning with a detailed survey of Lorca's juvenilia and early published poetry, Walters traces the development of Lorca's work up to Canciones and offers a full and detailed reading of that collection which explicates many poems often thought to be obscure or enigmatic. Rather than attempting to decode the poetry's symbols and images or interpret it by reference to extra-literary concerns, Walters focuses instead on the constitution of meaning in Lorca's work. He offers a valuable new way of reading Lorca that makes full use of modern scholarship while also placing the poetry in its poetic, cultural and intellectual contexts. 'Canciones' and the Early Poetry of Lorca is a pioneering reassessment of the early writing of one of the most significant Spanish writers of the twentieth century.
D. Gareth Walters is Professor of Spanish at the University of Exeter. In addition to publishing numerous articles on Spanish and Catalan poetry, he is the author of Francisco de Quevedo, Love Poet (1985), The Poetry of Francisco de Aldana (1988) and has edited Quevedo's Poems to Lisi (1988).
Part One: Lorca and the Limits of Understanding
(i) The quest for meaning
(ii) The development of meaning
(iii) The extrapolation of meaning
(iv) Meaning, space and shape
(v) Meaning, significance and sense
(vi) Making sense
Part Two: Before Canciones
(i) The juvenilia
(ii) Libro de poemas
(iv) Poema del Cante Jondo
Part Three: Through Canciones
(i) Introduction: Poetry and Letters
(ii) Child and Poet: the Chora
(iii) Crossing the Boundary: Danger, Adventure and Death
(iv) Disrupted Patterns, Broken Songs
(v) Eros: Diversions and Aversion
(vi) Hide and Seek
(vii) The Ends of Song
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