The Structured World of Jorge Guillen
A Study of Cantico and Clamor
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|Format: ||Hardback, 362 pages|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 01 December 1985|
In this study of the work of Jorge Guillen (1893-1984), an important twentieth-century Spanish poet, Dr Matthews argues that his vision of the world as an ordered harmonious unity is echoed in the structural symmetry of his work. Close analysis of twelve long poems, forming ideological and structural pillars of the Cantico and Clamor volumes, reveals the intricacies of Guillen's mimesis of cosmic harmony. The first English translations of the twelve poems appear in an appendix.
Francis Cairns Publications Ltd|
15+ years |