Dosbarthiad(au): Ieithoedd Modern
- Ebrill 2002 · 240tudalen · 216x138mm
- ·Clawr Caled - 9780708317334
'An outstandingly good study which will no doubt prove to be something of a landmark in Lorca criticism, and cannot be recommended too highly' 'a first-rate study, highly original and very well written' 'excellent discussions of what on the surface can seem very enigmatic poems'
'...Walters's poetic analysis is thorough, logical, very well constructed from a critical point of view, and yet very approachable. The resulting text is exceedingly useful...a well-constructed discussion and analysis, well narrated and cogent.' Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies.
'...it is written in a clear style and language that make it accessible to the non-specialist.' British Bulletin of Publications
Part One: Lorca and the Limits of Understanding (i) The quest for meaning (ii) The development of meaning (iii) The extrapolation of meaning (iv) Meaning, space and shape (v) Meaning, significance and sense (vi) Making sense Part Two: Before Canciones (i) The juvenilia (ii) Libro de poemas (iii) Suites (iv) Poema del Cante Jondo Part Three: Through Canciones (i) Introduction: Poetry and Letters (ii) Child and Poet: the Chora (iii) Crossing the Boundary: Danger, Adventure and Death (iv) Disrupted Patterns, Broken Songs (v) Eros: Diversions and Aversion (vi) Hide and Seek (vii) The Ends of Song Bibliography Index