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Translations (from both Galician and Spanish) of more than 100 poems by one of the outstanding poets of 19th-century Spain. De Castro's (1837-1885) poetry, often compared to that of Emily Dickinson, is characterized by an intimate lyricism, simple diction, and innovative prosody. Includes a critical introduction, notes to the translations, and two of the poet's own autobiographical prologues. Paper edition (unseen), $16.95. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780791405833
  • Publisher: State University of New York Press
  • Publication date: 7/28/1991
  • Series: SUNY series, Women Writers in Translation Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 216
  • Product dimensions: 6.07 (w) x 8.98 (h) x 0.61 (d)

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments
Foreword
Chronology of Important Dates
An Introduction to Rosalia de Castro

TRANSLATIONS
(An asterisk indicates that the poem is part of a series)

Selections from Cantares gallegos [Galician Songs]
Prologue
I was born in springtime • Bells of Bastabales • Blessed Saint Anthony • Farewell to rivers, farewell to streams • Castilians of Castile

Selections from Follas novas [New Leaves]
Prologue
Book I. Musings • They say whoever sings of doves and flowers • I know quite well • As the clouds • You will say these verses have a strange • New Leaves! your name • Some say: my land! • Whether in the heart of the night • Where is this peace • Once a nail pierced my heart • When we are happiest • Perhaps today, perhaps tomorrow, who can say when? • It is no longer bitterness, nor contempt • These voices that come and go • One heartbeat, then another • In winter I wondered • See my heart • With his wave's soft persistent whisper • I keep searching for honey and cool • My hand quivers, my heart beats

Book II. From the Heart
Flow on, serene, crystal waters • Into that cup from which you drink • There are soft loaves that come in secret • I knew pain and anger • When they wrap me in a shroud • They barked at me as I walked • My soul • Sea, with your depthless waters • Dig swiftly, dig • Just when I think you have fled • Take me to that crystal fountain • In the sky, clearest blue • I was robbed of my innocence • God placed a veil • "Tick-tock! Tick-tock!" the pendulum repeats • In late afternoon, when I go to pray • Endless May ... endless May • Pale moon • How peacefully they glisten • *Padron!...Padron! • Why, merciful God • There were joyful mornings

Book III. Miscellany
The angels came down • Cold months of winter • Always a plaintive cry, a doubt • You say that marriage • I was born with a disease

Book IV. From the Earth
*I hate you, new fields

Book V. Widows of the Living and Widows of the Dead
*One after another departs • *No bread in the oven, no wood to burn

Selections from En las orillas del Sar [By the River Sar]
I hoped this small book of verse • *Through the evergreen • *I hear the soothing bells • Some are tall • The day was mild • Earth, to cover the unburied body • Sweet fragrance foretells • The air is white-hot • A gentle river, a narrow path • Stop a moment, restless thought • The sun was dying, and withered oak leaves • The rythmic crash of the wave • Along the beach, thirsty sands • Foolish soul as you flee from yourself • When I remember the golden sea • Along the old road, a pine-grove • In their tomb, passions now sleep • She believed you would reign forever in her soul • He feels that you, vital flame • Don't climb so high, foolish thought • Some slandered him • In their prisons of hawthorns and roses • The spring has ceased to flow- • The waters and hills are ashen • God knows all too well that those wholeave • Pale-hued rosebud • In his slanted blue eyes • Once he was the heaven of her soul, the dream of her dreams • "I love you ... Why do you hate me?" • Black or white butterflies, I do not care • Though always pale, the moon changes • A mournful shadow, undefined and vague • Vertigo pulled his wild, blind fantasies • She carried one thought in her soul • When storm clouds gather • Rivers overflow when mountain streams • He longs for tranquility • When the North wind blows cold • In my small garden • Echoing slowly all the church bells • She feels regret • I care for a delicate plant • Birds in the air, moss on the rock • Thrown from its orbit, the human spirit tumbles • In the organ's echo or in the murmuring wind • They say the plants, streams, and birds do not speak • Every time she recalls that shame • She remembers the birds' warble • As long as the silver threads • The hearts of some people • Whenever I hear • I, in my bed of thistles- • Chased by a swift skylark • Should you arrive late to the feast of the gods • It was April, and the purple lilies • I love them and listen to them • Even though my body is freezing • You envy blondes • Those who are not in love think that • Human justice! I search for you • Incurably ill, she believed • My heart has one taut string • Those who cry are not alone • "This cup of fine gold • I am sure I was not born to hate • House after hour, day after day • Oh my Christ, when I forget you

Notes to Translations
Bibliography
Alphabetical Index to First Lines and Titles in Galician
Alphabetical Index to First Lines and Titles in Spanish

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