They Dream, They Cry, They Sing: Poems for Children from Spain and Spanish America

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A collection of poems in the original Spanish, and the English translations by Perry Higman.

A bilingual collection of poems for children by twelve well-known Spanish and Latin American authors.

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Overview

A collection of poems in the original Spanish, and the English translations by Perry Higman.

A bilingual collection of poems for children by twelve well-known Spanish and Latin American authors.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780910055420
  • Publisher: Eastern Washington University Press
  • Publication date: 1/28/1998
  • Language: Spanish
  • Pages: 160
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.80 (h) x 0.50 (d)

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PERRY HIGMAN, editor and translator, is the editor and principal translator of Love Poems from the Spanish (City Lights, San Francisco, 1989). He is Professor of Spanish and Director of the Honors Program at Eastern Washington University.

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Table of Contents

Romance of Count Arnaldos - Anonymous
To Margarita Debayle - Ruben Dario
Where Shall We Ring Around Rosy? - Gabriela Mistral
Seashell - Federico Garcia Lorca
The Little Girl With Four Fingers - Gabriela Mistral
For Don Antonio Chacon - Luis de Gongora
The Daisy - Gabriela Mistral
School - Federico Garcia Lorca
The Ones Who Don't Dance - Gabriela Mistral
Silly Song - Federico Garcia Lorca
Six Strings - Federico Garcia Lorca
Impressionistic Sketch IV - Luis Pales Matos
To a Man with a Big Nose - Francisco de Quevedo
Squares and Angles - Alfonsina Storni
Moonrise - Federico Garcia Lorca
Let Us Go to the Shore - Felix Lope de Vega
Out of Valencia - Felix Lope de Vega
The Little Pilgrims - Federico Garcia Lorca
The Lizard is Crying - Federico Garcia Lorca
Hummingbird II - Pablo Neruda
Flowing Fountain - Anonymous
Water, Where are You going? - Federico Garcia Lorca
The Logs of St. John - Jose Asuncion Silva
Road - Federico Garcia Lorca
The Girl is Tossing Me Little Oranges - Felix Lope de Vega
Ballad of my Two Grandfathers - Nicolas Guillen
Childhood Memory - Antonio Machado
Ode to Some Socks - Pablo Neruda
Parasites - Alfonsina Storni
For Aitana - Rafael Alberti
Penguin - Pablo Neruda
Agave - Federico Garcia Lorca
The Woodpecker - Leopoldo Lugones
Hummingbird I - Pablo Neruda
Condor - Pablo Neruda
Heron - Pablo Neruda
Ode to a Dog - Pablo Neruda
Sensemaya - Nicolas Guillen
Crotalo - Federico Garcia Lorca
Abenamar - Anonymous
Toqui Caupolican - Pablo Neruda
Rocking my Child - Gabriela Mistral
The Wave of Sleep - Gabriela Mistral
Song of the Fisherwoma - Gabriela Mistral
The Cradle - Gabriela Mistral

CONTRIBUTORS: Rafael Alberti, Ruben Dario, Luis de Gongora, Nicolas Guillen, Francisco de Quevedo, Felix Lope de Vega, Federico Garcia Lorca, Leopoldo Lugones, Antonio Machado, Luis Pales Matos, Gabrial Mistral, Pablo Neruda, Jose Asuncion Silva, Alfonsina Storni

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