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by Dennis Maloney,Mary Berg,Antonio Machado

eBook There is No Road: Proverbs by Antonio Machado (Companions for the Journey) download ISBN: 1893996662
Author: Dennis Maloney,Mary Berg,Antonio Machado
Publisher: White Pine Press; First Edition edition (September 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1853 kb
Fb2: 1107 kb
Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
Subcategory: History and Criticism

Antonio Machado (1875-1939) is regarded as one of the greatest Spanish poets of the 20th . Dennis Maloney is a poet, translator,and landscape architect.

I wasn't familiar with Antonio Machado's work until I interviewed the translators, Mary Berg and Dennis Maloney, for my radio show.

Home Antonio Machado There is No Road: Proverbs by Antonio .

Machado, in these Sappho-like fragments, takes us down not only the road less traveled but the road not seen, where transformation and transfiguration come not from self-made millions but from changing 'love into.

Select Format: Paperback. In this series of brief poems, Machado utilizes traditional Spanish verse forms to create a wide-ranging collection.

Book by Antonio Machado, 2003. 57. Wanderer, your footsteps are the road, and nothing more; wanderer, there is no road, the road is made by walking

There Is No Road: Proverbs By Antonio Machado (Companions For The . Dennis Maloney, Mary Berg

With an insightful introduction by Thomas Moore, this volume presents the wisdom and philosophy of one of Spain’s most important poets. Born in 1875, Machado, along with Juan Ramon Jimenez and Miquel de Unamuno, formed the famed "generation of 1898," which ushered in a new Spanish poetics. In this series of brief poems, Machado utilizes traditional Spanish verse forms to create a wide-ranging collection.

"Machado, in these Sappho-like fragments, takes us down not only the road less traveled but the road not seen, where transformation and transfiguration come not from self-made millions but from changing ‘love into theology’"—Thomas Rain Crowe

Comments: (2)
Mopimicr
This book is a small precipitate of wisdom, very pleasant to read.
The translation do not get lost in translation, btw !
Frostdefender
I ENJOY THE POEMS AND PROVERBS BUT DISAPPOINTED THAT IT WASN'T BILINGUAL WHICH I HAVE BECOME ACCUSTOMED TO WITH POETS WRITING IN ANOTHER LANGUAGE. I GUESS IF IT DOESN'T SPECIFICALLY SAY IT'S BILINGUAL, IT ISN'T.