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By Rubén Darío,John Guerin,Octavio Paz,Lysander Kemp

Toward the shut of the final century, the poetry of the Spanish-speaking international was once pallid, feeble, virtually a corpse. It wanted new existence and a brand new course. The unique, erratic, progressive poet who replaced the process Spanish poetry and taken it into the mainstream of twentieth-century Modernism used to be Félix Rubén García Sarmiento (1867-1916) of Nicaragua, who known as himself Rubén Darío.

Since its unique e-book in 1965, this version of Darío's poetry has made English-speaking readers larger familiar with the poet who, as Enrique Anderson Imbert stated, "divides literary background into 'before' and 'after.'" the choice of poems is meant to symbolize the complete diversity of Darío's verse, from the stinging little poems of Thistles to the darkish, brooding strains of Songs of the Argentine and different Poems. additionally incorporated, within the Epilogue, is a transcript of a radio discussion among different significant poets, Federico García Lorca of Spain and Pablo Neruda of Chile, who have fun the wealthy legacy of Rubén Darío.

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