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  • Author:
    Vicent Andres Estelles,David H. Rosenthal
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    0892551720
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    Persea Books (April 1, 1992)
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    80 pages
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Estelles, a prolific poet from Valencia writing in his native Catalan, treats themes that are both elemental and .

Estelles, a prolific poet from Valencia writing in his native Catalan, treats themes that are both elemental and quotidian: night, death, sex, food. His verses are at once tender, then violent, often in the same poem, but they are always charged with direct emotion: "I'm about to get sa. Rosenthal, a noted Catalan literature critic who recently published Postwar Catalan Poetry (Bucknell, 1991), performs a great service by presenting a wide variety of selected poems for the first time to English-speaking audiences. The lucid translation tantalizes and leaves the reader craving.

Vicent Andrés i Estellés (Burjassot, Horta Nord, 4 de setembre del 1924 - València, 27 de març del 1993) va. .Vicent Andrés Estellés fue un periodista y poeta español.

Vicent Andrés i Estellés (Burjassot, Horta Nord, 4 de setembre del 1924 - València, 27 de març del 1993) va ser un periodista, escriptor i un dels més importants poetes valencians del segle XX i dels més reconeguts en valencià, la seua llengua. Está considerado como uno de los principales renovadores de la poesía contemporánea en valenciano, con un papel similar al que tuvieron en otras épocas Ausiàs March y Joan Roís de Corella. Books by Vicent Andrés i Estellés. Mor. rivia About Nights That Make.

Vicent Andrés i Estellés, David H. Rosenthal (Translator). Vincent Andres Estelles. Note: these are all the books on Goodreads for this author.

Vicent Andrés Estellés (Valencian pronunciation: ; 4 September 1924 in Burjassot, Valencia – 27 March 1993 in Valencia) was a Spanish journalist and poet. He is considered one of the main renovators of modern Valencian poetry, with a similar role to that of Ausiàs March or Joan Roís de Corella in earlier periods

David Rosenthal (New York, 1945-1992) was one of the most eminent . Nights that make the night : selected poems, Andrés Estellés, Vicent.

David Rosenthal (New York, 1945-1992) was one of the most eminent translators of Catalan into English. Poet, essayist, music critic, Rosenthal came to Barcelona for the first time in the early 70s. The readings of the history of the country and direct contact with many Catalan writers led Rosenthal to know first-hand some of the most important poets and storytellers of the twentieth century.

by Vicent Andrés i Estellés and Vincent Andres Estelles. Select Format: Paperback.

Nights that make the night. Selected poems, New York, Persea Books 1992. Uncertain glory, Houston 2002. US-amerikanischer Übersetzer und Dichter. zum Beispiel den Roman von Aluísio AzevedoThe Slum, Oxford University Press 2000.

Vicent Andrés Estellés, Burjasot. You were redirected here from the unofficial Page: Vicent Andrés Estellés.

Andrés Estellés, Vicent author. Publication Information. New York : Persea Books, 1992. 80 pages ; 23 cm. Other Entries. Rosenthal, David, 1945- translator. Andrés Estellés, Vicent author.

This selection of the verse of Valencian poet Vicent Andres Estelles (1924-1993) is accompanied by a translation into .

This selection of the verse of Valencian poet Vicent Andres Estelles (1924-1993) is accompanied by a translation into English from the original Catalan. For Estellés, Octavian Rome provides a parallel to the Franco dictatorship and the historical framework surrounding these writers affords the neophyte an opportunity for ideological denunciation, creative wit and lyrical grace as well as righteous anger at the oppressive pettiness of life under autocracy.

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