Juan Ramon Jimenez book.
Juan Ramon Jimenez book.
Of course there is no shortage of critical essays on Yeats in European scholarly journals, and his significance for Anglo-American poetry is regularly acknowledged, but it is a recognition that has been framed almost exclusively within a university context and discourse. Unlike, for example, T. S. Eliot or Ezra Pound, without whose example, negative as well as positive, the shape of much continental poetry would be radically different, Yeats simply has not attracted writers of the first magnitude for whom his works constitute a living voice from which to learn and with which to quarrel.
Juan Ramón Jiménez Mantecón (Spanish pronunciation: ; 23 December 1881 – 29 May 1958) was a Spanish poet.
One of Jimenez's most important contributions to modern poetry was his advocacy of the French concept of "pure poetry.
by Juan Ramon Jimenez (Author). The selection of the works of Juan Ramón is excellent, and a tribute to the literary knowledge of Mr. Hays, but here again, since these texts have not appeared together in Spanish or in English, his literary wisdom would have been confirmed by a bilingual text, and thus would have been a much better introduction of Jimenez to the American public.
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Juan Ramón Jiménez The Spanish symbolist poet Juan Ramón . His influence on the succeeding generation of writers was profound
Juan Ramón Jiménez The Spanish symbolist poet Juan Ramón Jiménez (1881-1958) was one of his country's greatest writers. His influence on the succeeding generation of writers was profound. Juan Ramón Jiménez was born in Moguer in Andalusia on Dec. 24, 1881. Early Poetry and the Modern Movement Soon he enjoyed a good reputation in the city and started work on a book of poetry to be called Clouds. The demands of poetry and painting left him no time for studies, and, upon failing Spanish history, he withdrew from the university at the end of the spring term to devote himself full-time, with the blessing of an indulgent family, to painting and writing.
Few writers in the world to-day are better known than he; andit is to. .Itwould be interesting to speculate just what the influence of all thesetranscendental excursions will be on modern fiction as an educationalforce.
Few writers in the world to-day are better known than he; andit is to be hoped and expected that he has before him over thirty yearsof active production. He has not yet attained the age of forty-five; buthis numerous stories, novels, and poems have reached the unquestioneddignity of "works," and in uniform binding they make on my libraryshelves a formidable and gallant display. Mr. Kipling apparently writes with sincere conviction, and in apowerfully impressive manner.
If the first verses of Juan Ramón Jiménez were characterized by a desire .
The third phase of Jiménez' poetry (during his exile in America) displayed the author's quest to comprehend the relationship of the self with the natural forces of the universe. The critic explains in the Preface of the book the philosophical implications of modern subjectivity; . the metaphysical notions that are not part of reality but are the creation of the human mind.
Author: Howard T. Young
Category: Literature and Fiction
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Publisher: Columbia University Press; First Edition edition (December 1, 1967)
Pages: 48 pages
ePUB size: 1942 kb
FB2 size: 1848 kb
Other Formats: lrf lrf mbr lit