Aleixandre


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Aleixandre

Vicente (Vi'[th]Ente). 1898--1984, Spanish poet, whose collections include La destrucción o el amor (1935; Destruction or Love): Nobel prize for literature 1977
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Aleixandre was recognized "for a creative poetic writing which illuminates man's condition in the cosmos and in present-day society, at the same time representing the great renewal of the traditions of Spanish poetry between the wars.
The poem as that "fragile but immovable being as numbers have" and as that literary creation "dense in form" with a "necessary interior tension," in the words of Vicente Aleixandre, is a vision RFR arrived at after he had "considerably read, published, traveled, studied, and taught," in his own words.
There he met with leading Spanish poets of the day - Garcia Lorca, Alberti, Aleixandre - with whom he collaborated on a magazine called Caballo Verde para la Poesia.
Esta obra constituye un completo analisis de su trayectoria literaria, tratando escritos no tan contemplados en otras obras criticas como las dedicatorias manuscritas (vistas como un genero literario que roza lo autobiografico), la vision de escritores como Vicente Aleixandre sobre la autora, la literatura dedicada a esta escritora, su presencia en revistas literarias, etc.
Among the first were Spanish poets of the Generation of '27--Garcia Lorca, Alberti, Aleixandre, and Jorge Guillen, for example--and their contemporary Latin American counterparts, especially Neruda, Vallejo, Nicolas Guillen, Florit, Ballagas, as well as the younger Spaniard Miguel Hernandez.
Tres poetas a la luz de la metafora: Salinas, Aleixandre y Guillen.
Dalg Luis Bunuel, Vicente Aleixandre, and others--and committed to the
Thus, I ask myself, where are the names of Giuseppe Ungaretti, Eugenio Montale, Paul Celan, Vicente Aleixandre, Rafael Alberti, Yves Bonnefoy, Joao Cabral de Melo Neto, and Ingeborg Bachmann, to name only a few?
Less specifically, but nevertheless permeating the entire collection, one senses Revuelta's enthusiasm for bringing puzzlingly incongruous concepts together a la Vicente Aleixandre.
Eliot, Garcia Lorca, Proust, Joyce, Kafka, Woolf, Hesse, Pirandello, Cavafy, Pessoa, Artaud, Eluard, Camus, Sartre, Beckett, Aleixandre, Espriu, Faulkner, Borges, Elytis, Dylan Thomas, Canetti, Kawabata, Bellow, Golding, Singer, Paz, Cela, Garcia Marquez, Vargas Llosa, Fuentes - and so on.
El viaje," Maria Teresa Leon's poetic account of exile, has echoes of Aleixandre.