Cernuda, Luis

Cernuda, Luis

(lo͞oēs` thārno͞o`thä), 1904–63, Spanish poet. Cernuda fled Spain after the Spanish civil war and taught abroad. His works include La realidad y el deseo [reality and desire] (1936), a collection of his delicate surrealist verse; and Ocnos (1942), a prose lyric. He has also written about contemporary Spanish poetry (1957) and English lyric poetry (1958).

Bibliography

See The Poetry of Luis Cernuda (bilingual ed. 1971); studies by J. A. Coleman (1964) and P. Silver (1965).

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Cernuda, Luis (1931) (2003): Los placeres prohibidos: version original del texto y manuscritos, edited, translated, and annotated by Chica, F, Madrid, Publicaciones de la Casa de Estudiantes.
Cernuda, Luis (1971): The Poetry of Luis Cernuda, edited and translated by Edkins, A.
Amigo de Rafael Alberti, Luis Cernuda, Luis Bunuel, Dali, Miro, Antonio Machado, Picasso, entre otros, Aub se ocupo, como delegado cultural de la embajada de Espana en Paris, de encargar el Guernica de Picasso para la Exposicion Universal de la Ciudad Luz.
Amigo de Rafael Alberti, Luis Cernuda, Luis Bunuel, Dali, Miro, Antonio Machado, Picasso, entre outros, Aub se ocupou, como delegado cultural da Embaixada da Espanha em Paris, de encarregar o Guernica de Picasso para a Exposicao Universal da Cidade Luz.
A friend of Rafael Alberti, Luis Cernuda, Luis Bunuel, Dali, Miro, Antonio Machado, and Picasso, among others.
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Cernuda, Luis, La Realidad y el Deseo (1924-1962), Madrid, Alianza 1992.