Soledades

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This edition of Antonio Machado?s work offers a complete revision of the interpretations advanced by critics on the first version of Soledades (1903). Based on Machado?s original edition it will be the only reliable text on the market of this work, the very embodiment of Spanish modernism. It will offer, as well as the text, a substantial analysis of the changes made for the second edition of 1907 that reveal the progressive influence of Modernismo on Machado?s conceptions.

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Overview

This edition of Antonio Machado’s work offers a complete revision of the interpretations advanced by critics on the first version of Soledades (1903). Based on Machado’s original edition it will be the only reliable text on the market of this work, the very embodiment of Spanish modernism. It will offer, as well as the text, a substantial analysis of the changes made for the second edition of 1907 that reveal the progressive influence of Modernismo on Machado’s conceptions.

 

Using new theoretical models, the editor has been able to tell us more about Machado’s poetic practice, his evolution as a poet and, consequently, more about the development of Symbolism in Spain than has previously been possible.

 

The text will be useful to specialists of Machado and the period (1890–1910) and to postgraduates and final-year students working on the period.

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Dolores Romero López is a lecturer at the Universidad Complutense, where she teaches Contemporary Spanish Literature. She has published extensively on Spanish modernist poetry.

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Table of Contents


Agradecimientos     vii
Introduccion     1
Contextualizacion historico-literaria     2
Estudio de las variantes y modulaciones     15
Modificaciones que afectan exclusivamente a la separacion estrofica     15
Modificaciones que afectan a cambios ordinales de un poema o a cambios de seccion     16
Transfiguracion de la topica     20
Cambios lexicos     22
Cambios graficos     27
Sustitucion de titulos en los poemas y en las secciones     29
Interpretacion de las variantes y modulaciones a la luz del contexto historico y literario     30
Notas     39
Bibliografia     53
Desolaciones y Monotonias     63
Tarde: Fue una clara tarde, triste y sonolienta     63
Los Cantos de los Ninos: Yo escucho las coplas     65
La Fuente: Desde la boca de un dragon caia     67
Invierno: Hoy la carne aterida     70
Cenit: Me dijo el agua clara que reia     70
El Mar Triste: Palpita un mar de acero de olas grises     71
Noche: Siempre fugitiva y siempre     71
Horizonte: En una tarde clara y amplia como el hastio     72
Crepusculo: Camine hacia la tarde de verano     72
Otono:El cardeno otono     74
Del Camino     75
Preludio: Mientras la sombra pasa de un santo amor hoy quiero     75
Daba el reloj las doce...y eran doce     75
Sobre la tierra amarga     76
En la miseria lenta del camino     76
Dime, ilusion alegre     77
Crear fiestas de amores     77
Arde en tus ojos un misterio, virgen     78
Tenue rumor de tunicas que pasan     78
Oh, figuras del atrio, mas humildes     79
Quizas la tarde lenta todavia     79
Algunos lienzos del recuerdo tienen     80
Crece en la plaza en sombra     81
Las ascuas de un crepusculo morado     81
Mi amor?...Recuerdas, dime     81
Siempre que sale el alma de la obscura     82
Me dijo un alba de la primavera     82
Oh, dime, noche amiga, amada vieja     83
Salmodias de Abril     85
Preludio: El pifano de Abril sono en mi oido     85
Cancion: Abril florecia     85
La Tarde en el Jardin: Era una tarde en un jardin umbrio     88
Campo: La vida hoy tiene ritmo     90
Ocaso: Me dijo una tarde     91
Nocturno: Sobre el campo de Abril la noche ardia      92
Mai Piu: Era una manana y Abril sonreia     93
Fantasia de Una Noche de Abril: Sevilla?...Granada?...La noche de luna     95
Nevermore: Amarga primavera!     99
Tierra Baja: El sueno bajo el sol que aturde y ciega     100
La Mar Alegre: El mar hierve y canta     101
Humorismos los Grandes Inventos     103
La Noria: La tarde caia     103
El Cadalso: La aurora asomaba     104
La Muerte: Aquel juglar burlesco     104
Glosa: Nuestras vidas son los rios     105
Indice alfabetico de titulos de poemas y primeros versos     107
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