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Looking for beautiful books? Inga marked it as to-read Feb 11, Upon returning to Spain, his body, which has been numb to the external landscape of his rramon, awakens.

Unlike the first part of the collection, the reminder of the body does not entrap the soul or cause distress. Next, in the yearhe moved to Portugal. The death of his father the same year devastated him, and a resulting depression led to his being sent first to France, where he had an affair with his doctor’s wife, and then to a sanatorium in Madrid staffed by novitiate nuns, where he lived from to Verso Classic Reprint.

Time fragments the poetic conscious but enables him to discover that: The poet consciously reevaluates his own language and aesthetics in these poems. Views Read Edit View history.

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While time serves to divide the poetic identity, it also functions to liberate the poetic self from remaining fixed in it. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.


How many echoes of others The representation of the poetic self within these works explores the transitory nature of identity that continually transforms and fragments between the external forces the shape it and the internal forces that define it. Although the poet still retreats within his interior landscape, now he looks to the external landscape for inspiration.

Soy este que va a mi lado sin verlo; que, a veces, voy a ver, y que, a veces, olvido. It means to turn away from external reality in order to focus his poetic eye within. For example, Predmore argues that: Sommer, Dorised. Holly rated it liked it Feb 27, Archived from the original eteenidades April 21, Check out the top books of the year on our page Best Books of ramo Find more at www.

He finds moments of repose when he shuts out the threatening exterior world. Inhe received the Nobel Prize in Literature ; two days later, his wife died of ovarian cancer. Initially, the reader witnesses the poet retreating further and further inward, when the external landscape overwhelms him. Book ratings by Goodreads.

Juan Ramón Jiménez

In andhe wrote many erotic poems depicting romps with numerous females in numerous locales. Palau de Nemes reads the poem two separate levels. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

Please help to improve this article by introducing more precise citations. By creating his poetry with the language of his soul, he sheds the false layers that hide it and discovers his true voice: Hispanetwork Publicidad y Servicios, SL.

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Goodreads is the world’s largest site for readers with over 50 million reviews. As a consequence, the intrusion of the outside world causes distress and confusion: This article has multiple issues.

And as a result he will create a language that speaks the discourse of his soul. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Oleg Savelev is currently reading it Mar 08, Instituto Cervantes in Spanish. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies. While the retrospective focus fragments the poetic self, more specifically the fragmentation can be attributed to the language of the past. In order to alter the feeling of alienation, the poet converts the cold, exterior reality into a highly subjective universe that communicates with his soul.

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Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more. The first poem highlights a frustration that will plague the poetic identity throughout the work: For example, in poem 25 the poet exclaims: These material transformations of the external world mirror the metamorphosis of the poetic self, shedding his bodily flesh in exchange for the landscape of his soul.