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Cernuda

Luis . 1902--63, Spanish poet. His major work is the autobiographical Reality and Desire (1936--64)
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Microsoft Asia-Pacific president Cesar Cernuda said that as CSP partners, these companies can directly manage the complete Microsoft Cloud customer lifecycle, using dedicated in-product tools to directly provision, manage and support their customer subscriptions.
They became mine; like Rumi, I love Holan; like Shamlu, I love Cernuda and many others.
por el nunca de Cernuda como pauta de la ceremonia del vivir, el siempre es nunca, no pidas senas nunca te disculpes nunca es la pausa entrecortada, nunca es el otro aliento que nunca se encuentra en el follaje, nunca es respirar en los intersticios del rito, nunca es el argonauta de un signo que nunca llegara a puertos lejanos.
En un ensayo sobre la poesia de Luis Cernuda, Jimenez Heffernan identificaba una pervivencia de cierto desorden ontologico, de una confusion entre los ordenes de lo real y lo irreal, que arrancaba del neoplatonismo para manifestarse en Shakespeare y tener reverberaciones en el surrealismo cernudiano: de este trasfondo derivarian poemas del propio Riechmann como la composicion "Incredulidad", incluida en Cuaderno de Berlin (Jimenez Heffernan 1367).
During the late '80s and early '90s, litigation involving New York's Center for Cuban Studies and Cuban-American art dealer Ramon Cernuda legalized the import and sale of such artwork, treating it as informational material and rendering it exempt from the embargo.
translation, most recently Desolation of the Chimera by Luis Cernuda,
Dovey mentions Blake, Hegel, and Kierkegaard; my former student Charles Henry identifies correspondences to the writings of Heraclitus, John Calvin, Blaise Pascal, Rousseau, Baron Novalis, Wallace Stevens, Octavio Paz, and Luis Cernuda.
of Oregon) presents a deep reading of how the poetry of Baudelaire, Cernuda, Eliot, Paz, and Neuruda responded to modernity, specifically, the political and cultural casualties of the 1848 Revolution, World Wars I and II, and the Spanish Civil War.
Patino tries to diminish the fragility of trustworthiness with the introduction, on the one hand, of much archival material: the voice of Alberti, Garcia Lorca playing the piano, pictures of Machado, Cernuda and Juan Ramon Jimenez or even the famous photograph of the tribute to Gongora, which was the foundational act of the so-called Generacion del 27.
In 2002, Bloom published Genius: A Mosaic of One Hundred Exemplary Creative Minds (New York: Warner Books, 2002), in which he included Pessoa among the 100-strong 'majestic group' of 'poet--prophets', together with Walt Whitman, Hart Crane, Federico Garcia Lorca and Luis Cernuda.
0 compliments Microsoft Dynamics business management solutions by enabling IT to monitor and document the Microsoft Dynamics service delivered to the end-users as well as proactively project potential performance issues and their root causes before end-users experience it," says Cesar Cernuda, senior director of Sales and Services for Microsoft Business Solutions, EMEA.
As our business grows we are ensuring we have the capacity to train qualified professionals to provide customers with the implementation advice and support that they need," said Cesar Cernuda, senior director, MBS Sales and Services, Microsoft EMEA.