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Author Machado, Antonio, 1875-1939.

Title Border of a dream : selected poems of Antonio Machado / translation [and] introduction, Willis Barnstone ; foreword, John Dos Passos ; reminiscence, Juan Ram©n Jim©nez
Published Port Townsend, Washington : Copper Canyon Press, 2004
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Contents Foreword; Antonio Machado: A Reminiscence; Introduction; Note on the Poems; Solitudes, Galleries, and Other Poems (1899-1907); SOLITUDES; The Voyager; "I have walked many roads"; "The plaza and the burning orange trees"; On the Burial of a Friend; Childhood Memory; "It was a bright afternoon"; "The languid lemon tree"; Shores of the Duero; "A labyrinth of narrow streets"; "I go dreaming along roads"; Cante hondo; "The street in shadow"; "You slip away"; Horizon; ON THE ROAD; "The clock was striking twelve"; "Over the bitter land"; "The sun is a globe of fire."
"O figures in the courtyard""A few canvases of memory"; "Moss is growing in the shadowy plaza"; "The fire coals of a violet twilight"; "My love? Tell me, do you remember"; "One day we sat down by the road"; "A young face one day appears"; SONGS; "The corroded and greenish hull"; "The dream below the sun"; JOKES, FANTASIES, NOTES: THE GREAT INVENTIONS; The Waterwheel; The Gallows; Flies; Elegy for a Madrigal; Garden; Bad Dreams; Tedium; "The clock was clanging one"; Advice; Gloss; "Last night while I was sleeping"; "Has my heart gone to sleep?"; GALLERIES; "The torn cloud, the rainbow."
"And he was the demon of my dream""From the doorsill of a dream"; "Those children in a row"; "Stained by earlier days"; "The house I loved"; "Before the pale canvas of the afternoon"; "Tranquil afternoon, almost"; "Tranquil afternoon, almost"; "Like Anakreon"; "Like Anakreon"; "O luminous afternoon!"; "It is an ashen and shabby evening"; "Will the spellbound world die with you"; "Naked is the earth"; Field; To an Old and Distinguished Gentleman; "Yesterday my sorrows"; "Perhaps the hand in dreaming"; "You will know yourself"; "Below the laurel tree"; MISCELLANEOUS
"Over coarse stone in the middle of the square"Winter Sun; Fields of Castilla (1907-1917); Portrait; On the Banks of the Duero; In Spanish Lands; "The poorhouse"; "Guadarrama, is it you, old friend?"; "The thousand waters of April"; A Madman; Autumn Dawning; The Train; Summer Night; Fields of Soria; The Land of Alvargonzález; To a Dry Elm; Roads; "Lord, now what I loved most you tore from me"; "Hope says"; "There in the highlands"; "I dreamt you were guiding me"; "One summer night"; "As snow was melting"; "Here in the fields of my homeland"; To José María Palacio; Another Trip
Poem About a DayNovember 1913; Out of the Ephemeral Past; Lament for His Virtues and Verses, on the Death of Don Guido; Proverbs and Songs; Parables; My Clown; Praises; To Don Francisco Giner de los Ríos; A Young Spain; My Poets; New Songs (1917-1930); Notes; Toward the Lowlands; Galleries; Highland Songs; Songs; Songs of the Upper Duero; Proverbs and Songs; Parergon; Glossing Ronsard and Other Rhymes; Sonnets; Old Songs; From an Apocryphal Songbook: Abel Martin; "My eyes in the mirror"; Primaveral; Rose of Fire; from Advices, Verses, Notes; "In dreams he saw himself"; "Let us be confident."
Notes "A Kage-an Book."
Includes indexes
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Subject Machado, Antonio, 1875-1939 -- Translations into English.
Spanish poetry.
Form Electronic book
Author Barnstone, Willis, 1927- translator
ISBN 9781619320987 (e-book)
1619320983 (e-book)
Other Titles Poems. Selections. English