By Angel Gonzalez

ISBN-10: 8475224350

ISBN-13: 9788475224350

Angel González (Oviedo, 1925) es sin duda uno de los mayores y más representativos poetas de los angeles « Generación poética del 50 ». El presente volumen recoge ciento un poemas seleccionados por el propio autor de su ya mítica obra « Palabra sobre palabra », además de 19 poemas inéditos.
Ángel González obtuvo el Premio Príncipe de Asturias de las Letras en 1985 y en 1996 el Premio Reina Sofía de Poesía Iberoamericana. En este mismo año de 1996 fue elegido miembro de l. a. actual Academia Española.

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In his intoxication the young man describes various scenes as beheld by the gods: Tiresias, the Centaurs, Scythian nomads, and so on; then he rehearses all these-the characters being now pictured in painful situations-with the sympathetic insight of a human being. " This is, we might say, a semilyrical and pictorial treatment of the theme of Keats's two Hyperions, though Arnold could not have known the unpublished second and may not have thought of the first. It has indeed been suggested that his young Dionysian embodies his early view of Keats (witness the citations above) and a misunderstanding of "negative capability" as surrender to sensation.

It might be fairly urged that I have less poetical sentiment than Tennyson, and less intellectual vigour and abundance than Browning; yet, because I have perhaps more of a fusion of the two than either of them, and have more regularly applied that fusion to the main line of modem development, I am likely enough to have my tum, as they have had theirs. (Junes. 1859: Russell, 2, 10) The headings used hereafter are only partial hints, because so many poems might with equal reason appear under two or three.

Ultimately determines all the elements of Arnold's poetics"; but "all" seems excessive,. in view of Arnold's late as well as early insistence on artistic power. "1 Clearly Arnold's theorizing in these years is not consistent in itself, in its relation to his own poetry, or in its censures of Clough's. At first style is the one thing needful; later it is contents. Although Arnold exalts style and form and charges Clough with an excess of thought and lack of beauty, he condemns Keats as "A style and form seeker" and Keats and Shelley together for reviving Elizabethan richness; yet throughout his poetical life Arnold himself was not always "plain direct and severe" but could indulge in sensuous imagery-sometimes with Keatsian echoes-that was not strictly functional.

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