Poesía completa (Emece (destino))

«El último gran poeta modernista, pero también el único gran poeta intemporal del siglo XX, con los angeles precisión definitiva y lapidaria de los angeles lírica clásica.» PERE GIMFERRER

Después de una vida leyendo, escribiendo y enseñando poesía Jorge Luis Borges confesó que seguía lleno de perplejidades y que sólo había ganado una certeza: que los angeles poesía se escribe para proporcionarle placer al lector. Este volumen recoge toda su aportación a esta ordinary conspiración literaria en want del placer. Abren los angeles serie Fervor de Buenos Aires (1923), Luna de enfrente (1925) y Cuaderno San Martín (1929), una trilogía de tono criollo compuesta al regresar a Buenos Aires después de un periplo por Europa. En El hacedor (1960) y Elogio de los angeles sombra (1969) aflora l. a. tragedia de su ceguera, atemperada por los temas épicos y metafísicos. A partir de El oro de los tigres (1972) y La rosa profunda (1975), el tono de Borges se vuelve más íntimo, al tiempo que trata de comprender y establecer relaciones amistosas con un huésped inesperado: su celebridad mundial.

«Siempre que he ojeado libros de estética, he tenido los angeles incómoda sensación de estar leyendo obras de astrónomos que jamás hubieran mirado a las estrellas. Quiero decir que sus autores escribían sobre poesía como si fuera un deber, y no lo que es en realidad: una pasión y un placer.» J. L. B.

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«El último gran poeta modernista, pero también el único gran poeta intemporal del siglo XX, con los angeles precisión definitiva y lapidaria de los angeles lírica clásica.» PERE GIMFERRER

Después de una vida leyendo, escribiendo y enseñando poesía Jorge Luis Borges confesó que seguía lleno de perplejidades y que sólo había ganado una certeza: que los angeles poesía se escribe para proporcionarle placer al lector. Este volumen recoge toda su aportación a esta ordinary conspiración literaria en want del placer. Abren los angeles serie Fervor de Buenos Aires (1923), Luna de enfrente (1925) y Cuaderno San Martín (1929), una trilogía de tono criollo compuesta al regresar a Buenos Aires después de un periplo por Europa. En El hacedor (1960) y Elogio de los angeles sombra (1969) aflora l. a. tragedia de su ceguera, atemperada por los temas épicos y metafísicos. A partir de El oro de los tigres (1972) y La rosa profunda (1975), el tono de Borges se vuelve más íntimo, al tiempo que trata de comprender y establecer relaciones amistosas con un huésped inesperado: su celebridad mundial.

«Siempre que he ojeado libros de estética, he tenido los angeles incómoda sensación de estar leyendo obras de astrónomos que jamás hubieran mirado a las estrellas. Quiero decir que sus autores escribían sobre poesía como si fuera un deber, y no lo que es en realidad: una pasión y un placer.» J. L. B.

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Heliopause (Wesleyan Poetry Series)

By Heather Christle

Heather Christle’s lovely fourth assortment blends disarming honesty with willing leaps of the mind's eye. just like the boundary among our sun’s sphere of impact and interstellar area, from which the booklet takes its identify, the poems in Heliopause locate themselves alongside the border of the identified and unknown, relocating with breathtaking coverage from the web page to the past. Christle unearths remarkable parallels among matters as assorted because the destiny of Voyager 1, the doubtful perception of recent existence, the character of elegy, and the decaying transmission of knowledge throughout time. Nimbly enticing with present occasions and lyric prior, Heliopause marks a daring shift and transforming into imaginative and prescient in Christle’s paintings. a web reader’s better half can be to be had.

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By Heather Christle

Heather Christle’s lovely fourth assortment blends disarming honesty with willing leaps of the mind's eye. just like the boundary among our sun’s sphere of impact and interstellar area, from which the booklet takes its identify, the poems in Heliopause locate themselves alongside the border of the identified and unknown, relocating with breathtaking coverage from the web page to the past. Christle unearths remarkable parallels among matters as assorted because the destiny of Voyager 1, the doubtful perception of recent existence, the character of elegy, and the decaying transmission of knowledge throughout time. Nimbly enticing with present occasions and lyric prior, Heliopause marks a daring shift and transforming into imaginative and prescient in Christle’s paintings. a web reader’s better half can be to be had.

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Later Essays (The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats, Volume 5)

By W. B. Yeats

Author note: William H. O'Donnell (Editor)
Publish 12 months note: First released January 1st 1994
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The accumulated Works of W. B. Yeats, quantity V: Later Essays is a part of a fourteen-volume sequence overseen via eminent Yeats students Richard J. Finneran and George turbines Harper. The sequence contains almost all the Nobel laureate's released paintings, with authoritative and explanatory textual notes.

The Later Essays brings jointly for the 1st time twenty-one essays and introductions that Yeats released after 1912. They contain the lengthy essay "Per Amica Silentia Lunae, " during which Yeats first constructed his very important doctrine of the masks and that's greatly in demand for the luxuriant fantastic thing about its prose. additionally comprises at the Boiler in addition to introductions on Shelley and Balzac and essays on Irish poetry and politics.

This definitive version contains complete explanatory notes and gives the 1st conscientiously researched, trustworthy texts of those twenty-one works.

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By W. B. Yeats

Author note: William H. O'Donnell (Editor)
Publish 12 months note: First released January 1st 1994
------------------------

The accumulated Works of W. B. Yeats, quantity V: Later Essays is a part of a fourteen-volume sequence overseen via eminent Yeats students Richard J. Finneran and George turbines Harper. The sequence contains almost all the Nobel laureate's released paintings, with authoritative and explanatory textual notes.

The Later Essays brings jointly for the 1st time twenty-one essays and introductions that Yeats released after 1912. They contain the lengthy essay "Per Amica Silentia Lunae, " during which Yeats first constructed his very important doctrine of the masks and that's greatly in demand for the luxuriant fantastic thing about its prose. additionally comprises at the Boiler in addition to introductions on Shelley and Balzac and essays on Irish poetry and politics.

This definitive version contains complete explanatory notes and gives the 1st conscientiously researched, trustworthy texts of those twenty-one works.

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Poesía castellana completa

Durante su breve carrera cortesana y militar, Garcilaso no publico ningun poema. Al morir a los 35 anos de edad, su albacea literario fue su amigo y colaborador poetico Juan Boscan. Este reunio todos los manuscritos garcilasianos que pudo encontrar, y al publicar sus propias poesias anadio como apendice las de Garcilaso; el tomo titulado Las obras de Boscan y algunas de Garcilaso de los angeles Vega se edito en Barcelona en 1543, casi siete anos despues de morir el poeta. los angeles publicacion de este tomo fue un acontecimiento cultural de gran importancia puesto que significo el reconocimiento de los angeles influencia de los angeles poesia renacentista italiana en Espana. los angeles primera parte de las poesias de Boscan estaba compuesta por canciones de versos cortos, en su mayor parte octosilabos, al estilo antiguo del siglo XV; pero el resto del tomo recogia los angeles nueva versificacion endecasilaba. Las formas estroficas eran el soneto, en primer lugar; los angeles cancion italiana, en estancias de endecasilabos y heptasilabos mezclados; los tercetos encadenados; las octavas reales; los angeles rima inside; y los versos sueltos, sin rima alguna. Estas suaves innovaciones metricas ponian al alcance del lector espanol un mundo poetico de paisajes clasicos y mitologicos, de narraciones y razonamientos discursivos ignorados en l. a. versificacion antigua espanola, dominada por los angeles rima mas frecuente y aguda, por frases cortas y por imagenes abstractas, conceptistas.

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Durante su breve carrera cortesana y militar, Garcilaso no publico ningun poema. Al morir a los 35 anos de edad, su albacea literario fue su amigo y colaborador poetico Juan Boscan. Este reunio todos los manuscritos garcilasianos que pudo encontrar, y al publicar sus propias poesias anadio como apendice las de Garcilaso; el tomo titulado Las obras de Boscan y algunas de Garcilaso de los angeles Vega se edito en Barcelona en 1543, casi siete anos despues de morir el poeta. los angeles publicacion de este tomo fue un acontecimiento cultural de gran importancia puesto que significo el reconocimiento de los angeles influencia de los angeles poesia renacentista italiana en Espana. los angeles primera parte de las poesias de Boscan estaba compuesta por canciones de versos cortos, en su mayor parte octosilabos, al estilo antiguo del siglo XV; pero el resto del tomo recogia los angeles nueva versificacion endecasilaba. Las formas estroficas eran el soneto, en primer lugar; los angeles cancion italiana, en estancias de endecasilabos y heptasilabos mezclados; los tercetos encadenados; las octavas reales; los angeles rima inside; y los versos sueltos, sin rima alguna. Estas suaves innovaciones metricas ponian al alcance del lector espanol un mundo poetico de paisajes clasicos y mitologicos, de narraciones y razonamientos discursivos ignorados en l. a. versificacion antigua espanola, dominada por los angeles rima mas frecuente y aguda, por frases cortas y por imagenes abstractas, conceptistas.

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Luís de Camões: Selected Sonnets (Bilingual Edition)

By Luís de Camões

Crucial author in Portuguese heritage and one of many preeminent ecu poets of the early glossy period, Luís de Camões (1524'80) has been ranked as a sonneteer on par with Petrarch, Dante, and Shakespeare. Championed through such influential English poets as William Blake and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and popular in the USA by means of Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Herman Melville, Camões used to be popular for his intensely own sonnets and both excessive adventurous lifestyles. He was once banished for dueling and brawling at court docket, misplaced a watch battling the Moors in North Africa, was once shipwrecked off the coast of India, jailed in Goa, and exiled in Mozambique. all through those own trials, he complicated poetry past the Petrarchin version of affection received and misplaced to put in writing of non-public melancholy, background, politics, battle, faith, and the usual great thing about Portugal.

The first major English translation of Camões's sonnets in additional than 100 years, Selected Sonnets: A Bilingual Edition collects seventy of Camões's best--all musically rendered into modern, but metrical and rhymed, English-language poetry by means of William Baer, with the unique Portuguese on dealing with pages'and reintroduces the genius of a poet whom Cervantes known as "the incomparable treasure of Lusus." A entire choice of sonnets that demonstrates the complete variety of Camões's pursuits and invention, Selected Sonnets will end up crucial for either scholars and academics in comparative and Renaissance literature, Portuguese and Spanish background, and the paintings of literary translation.

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By Luís de Camões

Crucial author in Portuguese heritage and one of many preeminent ecu poets of the early glossy period, Luís de Camões (1524'80) has been ranked as a sonneteer on par with Petrarch, Dante, and Shakespeare. Championed through such influential English poets as William Blake and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, and popular in the USA by means of Edgar Allan Poe, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, and Herman Melville, Camões used to be popular for his intensely own sonnets and both excessive adventurous lifestyles. He was once banished for dueling and brawling at court docket, misplaced a watch battling the Moors in North Africa, was once shipwrecked off the coast of India, jailed in Goa, and exiled in Mozambique. all through those own trials, he complicated poetry past the Petrarchin version of affection received and misplaced to put in writing of non-public melancholy, background, politics, battle, faith, and the usual great thing about Portugal.

The first major English translation of Camões's sonnets in additional than 100 years, Selected Sonnets: A Bilingual Edition collects seventy of Camões's best--all musically rendered into modern, but metrical and rhymed, English-language poetry by means of William Baer, with the unique Portuguese on dealing with pages'and reintroduces the genius of a poet whom Cervantes known as "the incomparable treasure of Lusus." A entire choice of sonnets that demonstrates the complete variety of Camões's pursuits and invention, Selected Sonnets will end up crucial for either scholars and academics in comparative and Renaissance literature, Portuguese and Spanish background, and the paintings of literary translation.

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Oblique Prayers: Poetry

By Denise Levertov

Over the years, Denise Levertov's poetry has moved ever extra deeply into the area of meditation, whereas but talking with the typical voice of "the poet within the world."

Oblique Prayers is prepared in 4 thematic sections that, taken jointly, paintings towards a mature philosophy in equivalent concord with public activism and personal mirrored image. a private temper hyperlinks the poems of “Decipherings.” In “Prisoners," the poet addresses the ongoing horrors of our darkish time: genocide, imperialism, forthcoming nuclear holocaust––human degradation in brutal political guise. Levertov is an complete translator. With "Fourteen Poems through Jean Joubert," she introduces English-speaking readers to a latest French poet whose paintings is remarkably corresponding to her personal. "Of God and of the Gods," the ultimate element of the booklet, is educated by means of a transcendent lyricism that may equate in a breath "a day of spring, a needle's eye."

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By Denise Levertov

Over the years, Denise Levertov's poetry has moved ever extra deeply into the area of meditation, whereas but talking with the typical voice of "the poet within the world."

Oblique Prayers is prepared in 4 thematic sections that, taken jointly, paintings towards a mature philosophy in equivalent concord with public activism and personal mirrored image. a private temper hyperlinks the poems of “Decipherings.” In “Prisoners," the poet addresses the ongoing horrors of our darkish time: genocide, imperialism, forthcoming nuclear holocaust––human degradation in brutal political guise. Levertov is an complete translator. With "Fourteen Poems through Jean Joubert," she introduces English-speaking readers to a latest French poet whose paintings is remarkably corresponding to her personal. "Of God and of the Gods," the ultimate element of the booklet, is educated by means of a transcendent lyricism that may equate in a breath "a day of spring, a needle's eye."

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House Inspections (Lannan Translations Selection Series)

"These poems do even more than blur the road among phantasm and truth: they evoke that brilliant contradiction of dreaming within which the genuine and unreal exist in ideal simultaneity."—The Georgia Review

Theatre

A guy plays entire days from his existence as a drama, every day at domestic in his residence. He is going to nice lengths to be as practical as attainable, jogging round the house and tending to day by day company. merely at evening, whilst he sits by means of himself within the kitchen, does he peek every now and then on the window to glimpse his viewers. He will not thoroughly abandon the thought that somebody is offered. it truly is like for those who stand at the touchdown, in entrance of a closed door, and also you can not help considering that somebody is looking at in the course of the peephole.

With a dozen poems formerly released in The Paris Review, Carsten René Nielsen is already a well-recognized identify to US poetry readers. those darkish prose poems—reminiscent of Charles Simic—map out a uniquely eu territory with chilling, cinematic clarity.

Award-winning Danish poet Carsten René Nielsen is the writer of 9 books of poetry, together with his US debut The international minimize Out with Crooked Scissors (2007). His poems look in The Paris Review, Agni, Circumference, Mid-American Review, Mississippi Review, and in other places. He lives in Aarhus, Denmark.

David Keplinger's poetry awards contain the Colorado booklet Award, T.S. Eliot Prize, an NEA fellowship, and provides from the Danish Arts Council. He directs the MFA application at American college in Washington, DC.

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"These poems do even more than blur the road among phantasm and truth: they evoke that brilliant contradiction of dreaming within which the genuine and unreal exist in ideal simultaneity."—The Georgia Review

Theatre

A guy plays entire days from his existence as a drama, every day at domestic in his residence. He is going to nice lengths to be as practical as attainable, jogging round the house and tending to day by day company. merely at evening, whilst he sits by means of himself within the kitchen, does he peek every now and then on the window to glimpse his viewers. He will not thoroughly abandon the thought that somebody is offered. it truly is like for those who stand at the touchdown, in entrance of a closed door, and also you can not help considering that somebody is looking at in the course of the peephole.

With a dozen poems formerly released in The Paris Review, Carsten René Nielsen is already a well-recognized identify to US poetry readers. those darkish prose poems—reminiscent of Charles Simic—map out a uniquely eu territory with chilling, cinematic clarity.

Award-winning Danish poet Carsten René Nielsen is the writer of 9 books of poetry, together with his US debut The international minimize Out with Crooked Scissors (2007). His poems look in The Paris Review, Agni, Circumference, Mid-American Review, Mississippi Review, and in other places. He lives in Aarhus, Denmark.

David Keplinger's poetry awards contain the Colorado booklet Award, T.S. Eliot Prize, an NEA fellowship, and provides from the Danish Arts Council. He directs the MFA application at American college in Washington, DC.

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The Complete Poetry and Essential Prose of John Milton (Modern Library (Hardcover))

By John Milton, William Kerrigan

John Milton is, subsequent to William Shakespeare, the main influential English poet, a author whose paintings spans a massive breadth of varieties and subject material. The whole Poetry and crucial Prose of John Milton celebrates this author’s genius in a thoughtfully assembled e-book that offers new modern-spelling models of Milton’s texts, specialist statement, and a wealth of alternative good points that might please even the main committed scholars of Milton’s canon. Edited via a trio of esteemed students, this quantity is the definitive Milton for our time.

In those pages you will discover all of Milton’s verse, from masterpieces resembling Paradise Lost–widely seen because the most interesting epic poem within the English language–to shorter works comparable to the Nativity Ode, Lycidas,, A Masque and Samson Agonistes. Milton’s non-English language sonnets, verses, and elegies are observed via clean translations through Gordon Braden. one of the newly edited and authoritatively annotated prose decisions are letters, pamphlets, political tracts, essays comparable to Of Education and Areopagitica, and a beneficiant section of his heretical Christian Doctrine. those works demonstrate Milton’s passionate advocacy of debatable positions in the course of the English Civil warfare and the Commonwealth and recovery sessions.

With his deep studying and the sensual immediacy of his language, Milton creates for us a distinct bridge to the cultures of classical antiquity and medieval and Renaissance Christianity. With this in brain, the editors provide cautious realization to protecting the colourful power of Milton’s verse and prose, whereas making the particularly strange points of his writing available to fashionable readers. Notes establish the outdated meanings and roots of English phrases, remove darkness from historic contexts–including classical and biblical allusions–and supply concise money owed of the author’s philosophical and political assumptions. This variation is a consummate paintings of recent literary scholarship.

Praise
“Over the arrival months, [John Milton’s] four-hundredth anniversary can be celebrated in lots of alternative ways, however it is very not likely that any of the tributes he gets will do as a lot for him because the visual appeal of the trendy Library variation of his amassed poetry and chosen prose. The version is a version of its type, good designed and attractively produced. There are scholarly yet unintimidating footnotes and priceless introductions to the foremost works. Spelling and punctuation were modernized -- a tough selection however the correct one….A good deal has been packed in, yet Milton has nonetheless been left room to respire. the complete company is intended to be reader-friendly, and it succeeds.” — The Wall road Journal

“This very good variation provides us every thing we have to learn Milton intelligently and with clean notion. you may take it to a wilderness island, or simply remain domestic and extra your schooling in an exceptional writer.”
–William H. Pritchard, Amherst College

“For generations of readers Milton has been the degree of either eloquence and the Aristocracy of brain. For the following new release this new glossy Library quantity stands out as the commonplace: it truly is meticulously edited, jam-packed with tactful annotations that set the level for his paintings and his occasions, and it brings Milton, as a poet and a philosopher, vividly alive earlier than us.”
–Robert Hass

“Years in the past i started a chain of poems approximately Milton and his daughters. Ever considering that, i've been combing via Milton’s poems and prose for these moments while the poet may flip and call the poet in me. it's within the new Kerrigan-Rumrich-Fallon variation that I now locate urged rejoinders to questions, prepared clarifications of difficulties, and a extra intimate size of that ambitious adjective Miltonic.”
–Richard Howard

“A amazing variation of the good poet, with modernized spelling, lucid introductions to every paintings, illuminating footnotes, and clean prose translations of poems in Latin, Greek, and Italian. this would certainly be the variation of selection for academics, scholars, and basic readers too.”
–Leo Damrosch, Harvard University

“The introductions by myself represent a very good new ebook on Milton, fantastically written, not easy and balanced, with equivalent care and perception given to textual, biographical, old, literary-historical and literary-critical issues. it's a ebook to final a lifetime.”
–James Earl, collage of Oregon

“In this landmark variation, lecturers will find a robust best friend in bringing the thrill of Milton’s poetry and prose to new generations of scholars. within the readability of its total belief, its thoroughness, and its never-faltering consciousness to literary and old aspect, the fashionable Library Milton serves virtually as one other teacher–patient, considerate, eternally occupied with real comprehension.”
–William C. Dowling, Rutgers University

“The editors reveal a amazing mixture of scholarly rigor and sensitivity to literary values, expressed in prose of exemplary readability and remarkable grace; even the notes, concise in addition to unique, process one of those epigrammatic brilliance. a good edition.”
–Edward W. Tayler, Columbia University

“The editors prevail gloriously, assembly the wishes of the total spectrum, from basic readers to complicated scholars. A modernized textual content, one delicate to Milton’ s poetic rhythm, illuminates either the author’s that means and artistry. It’s a gorgeous edition–a domestic useful of its subject.”
–Marina Favila, James Madison college

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By John Milton, William Kerrigan

John Milton is, subsequent to William Shakespeare, the main influential English poet, a author whose paintings spans a massive breadth of varieties and subject material. The whole Poetry and crucial Prose of John Milton celebrates this author’s genius in a thoughtfully assembled e-book that offers new modern-spelling models of Milton’s texts, specialist statement, and a wealth of alternative good points that might please even the main committed scholars of Milton’s canon. Edited via a trio of esteemed students, this quantity is the definitive Milton for our time.

In those pages you will discover all of Milton’s verse, from masterpieces resembling Paradise Lost–widely seen because the most interesting epic poem within the English language–to shorter works comparable to the Nativity Ode, Lycidas,, A Masque and Samson Agonistes. Milton’s non-English language sonnets, verses, and elegies are observed via clean translations through Gordon Braden. one of the newly edited and authoritatively annotated prose decisions are letters, pamphlets, political tracts, essays comparable to Of Education and Areopagitica, and a beneficiant section of his heretical Christian Doctrine. those works demonstrate Milton’s passionate advocacy of debatable positions in the course of the English Civil warfare and the Commonwealth and recovery sessions.

With his deep studying and the sensual immediacy of his language, Milton creates for us a distinct bridge to the cultures of classical antiquity and medieval and Renaissance Christianity. With this in brain, the editors provide cautious realization to protecting the colourful power of Milton’s verse and prose, whereas making the particularly strange points of his writing available to fashionable readers. Notes establish the outdated meanings and roots of English phrases, remove darkness from historic contexts–including classical and biblical allusions–and supply concise money owed of the author’s philosophical and political assumptions. This variation is a consummate paintings of recent literary scholarship.

Praise
“Over the arrival months, [John Milton’s] four-hundredth anniversary can be celebrated in lots of alternative ways, however it is very not likely that any of the tributes he gets will do as a lot for him because the visual appeal of the trendy Library variation of his amassed poetry and chosen prose. The version is a version of its type, good designed and attractively produced. There are scholarly yet unintimidating footnotes and priceless introductions to the foremost works. Spelling and punctuation were modernized -- a tough selection however the correct one….A good deal has been packed in, yet Milton has nonetheless been left room to respire. the complete company is intended to be reader-friendly, and it succeeds.” — The Wall road Journal

“This very good variation provides us every thing we have to learn Milton intelligently and with clean notion. you may take it to a wilderness island, or simply remain domestic and extra your schooling in an exceptional writer.”
–William H. Pritchard, Amherst College

“For generations of readers Milton has been the degree of either eloquence and the Aristocracy of brain. For the following new release this new glossy Library quantity stands out as the commonplace: it truly is meticulously edited, jam-packed with tactful annotations that set the level for his paintings and his occasions, and it brings Milton, as a poet and a philosopher, vividly alive earlier than us.”
–Robert Hass

“Years in the past i started a chain of poems approximately Milton and his daughters. Ever considering that, i've been combing via Milton’s poems and prose for these moments while the poet may flip and call the poet in me. it's within the new Kerrigan-Rumrich-Fallon variation that I now locate urged rejoinders to questions, prepared clarifications of difficulties, and a extra intimate size of that ambitious adjective Miltonic.”
–Richard Howard

“A amazing variation of the good poet, with modernized spelling, lucid introductions to every paintings, illuminating footnotes, and clean prose translations of poems in Latin, Greek, and Italian. this would certainly be the variation of selection for academics, scholars, and basic readers too.”
–Leo Damrosch, Harvard University

“The introductions by myself represent a very good new ebook on Milton, fantastically written, not easy and balanced, with equivalent care and perception given to textual, biographical, old, literary-historical and literary-critical issues. it's a ebook to final a lifetime.”
–James Earl, collage of Oregon

“In this landmark variation, lecturers will find a robust best friend in bringing the thrill of Milton’s poetry and prose to new generations of scholars. within the readability of its total belief, its thoroughness, and its never-faltering consciousness to literary and old aspect, the fashionable Library Milton serves virtually as one other teacher–patient, considerate, eternally occupied with real comprehension.”
–William C. Dowling, Rutgers University

“The editors reveal a amazing mixture of scholarly rigor and sensitivity to literary values, expressed in prose of exemplary readability and remarkable grace; even the notes, concise in addition to unique, process one of those epigrammatic brilliance. a good edition.”
–Edward W. Tayler, Columbia University

“The editors prevail gloriously, assembly the wishes of the total spectrum, from basic readers to complicated scholars. A modernized textual content, one delicate to Milton’ s poetic rhythm, illuminates either the author’s that means and artistry. It’s a gorgeous edition–a domestic useful of its subject.”
–Marina Favila, James Madison college

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The Woman I Kept to Myself

By Julia Alvarez

The works of this award-winning poet and novelist are wealthy with the language and impacts of 2 cultures: these of the Dominican Republic of her formative years and the the US of her adolescence and maturity. they've got formed her writing simply as they've got formed her lifestyles. In those seventy-five autobiographical poems, Alvarez’s transparent voice sings out in each line. right here, in the midst of her existence, she appears again as a manner of knowing and celebrating the girl she has become.

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By Julia Alvarez

The works of this award-winning poet and novelist are wealthy with the language and impacts of 2 cultures: these of the Dominican Republic of her formative years and the the US of her adolescence and maturity. they've got formed her writing simply as they've got formed her lifestyles. In those seventy-five autobiographical poems, Alvarez’s transparent voice sings out in each line. right here, in the midst of her existence, she appears again as a manner of knowing and celebrating the girl she has become.

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