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  1. A longing for the light: Selected poems of Vicente Aleixandre by Vicente Aleixandre, 1979
  2. Shadow of Paradise by Vicente Aleixandre, 1993-03-03
  3. Destruction or Love: LA Destruccion O El Amor by Vicente Aleixandre, Robert G. Mowry, 2000-11
  4. Vicente Aleixandre's Stream of Lyric Consciousness by Daniel Murphy, 2001-03
  5. Vicente Aleixandre (Serie El Escritor y la critica) (Spanish Edition) by Jose Luis Cano, 1977-06
  6. Poesia (Biblioteca del 27) (Spanish Edition) by Vicente Aleixandre, 1998
  7. La poesia de Vicente Aleixandre: (formacion y evolucion) (Planeta/universidad ; 13) (Spanish Edition) by Vicente Granados, 1977
  8. Vicente Aleixandre: Una aventura hacia el conocimiento (Los Poetas) (Spanish Edition) by Jose Olivio Jimenez, 1982
  9. La poesia de Vicente Aleixandre: Testimonio y conciencia (El paraiso desdenado) (Spanish Edition) by Francisco Javier Diez de Revenga, 1999
  10. A Bird of Paper: Poems of Vicente Aleixandre (International poetry series) by Willis Barnstone, David Garrison, et all 1982-10
  11. Critical views on Vicente Aleixandre's poetry
  12. Lo Mejor De Vicente Aleixandre by Vicente Aleixandre, 1995-09
  13. La palabra poetica de Vicente Aleixandre (Letras e ideas : Minor) (Spanish Edition) by Dario Puccini, 1979
  14. Vicente Aleixandre (Espana, escribir hoy) (Spanish Edition)

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  • ASIN: Book Description Begun in 1939, barely four months after the close of the Spanish Civil War, these poems by the Nobel Laureate poet Vicente Aleixandre were written during a period of hardship and despair. In spite of his surroundings Aleixandre created the splendor of the shadow of a lost paradise that consisted of memory, nostalgia, yearning and illusion. This is the first full English version. The original Spanish text is included.
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    3. Vicente Aleixandre - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Aleixandre, Vicente Alternative names Short description Date of birth April 26, 1898 Place of birth Seville, Spain Date of death December 13, 1984 Place of death
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    Vicente Pío Marcelino Cirilo Aleixandre y Merlo
    (April 26, 1898 – December 13, 1984) was a Spanish poet who was born in Seville Aleixandre was a Nobel Prize laureate for Literature in 1977. He was part of the Generation of '27 . He died in Madrid in 1984. Aleixandre's early poetry, which he wrote mostly in free verse, is highly surrealistic . It also praises the beauty of nature by using symbols that represent the earth and the sea. Many of Aleixandre's early poems are filled with sadness. They reflect his feeling that people have lost the passion and free spirit that he saw in nature.
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    His early collections of poetry include Passion of the Earth (1935) and Destruction or Love (1933). In 1944, he wrote Shadow of Paradise , the poetry where he first began to concentrate on themes such as fellowship, friendliness, and spiritual unity. His later books of poetry include History of the Heart (1954) and In a Vast Dominion Aleixandre studied law at the University of Madrid . Selections of his work were translated into English in Twenty Poems of Vicente Aleixandre (1977) and A Longing for the Light: Selected Poems of Vincent Aleixandre Copper Canyon Press , 2007) (translated by Lewis Hyde
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    Vicente Aleixandre was born in Sevilla (Spain) on April 26, 1898. He spent his childhood in Malaga and he has lived in Madrid since 1909. Studied law at the University of Madrid and at the Madrid School of Economics. Beginning in 1925 he has completely devoted himself to literature. His first book of poems, Ambit , appeared in 1928. Since that date he has written and published a score of books. In 1933, he received the National Literary Prize for his work Destruction or Love . He spent the Civil War in the Republican zone. He fell ill and remained in Madrid at the end of the conflict, silenced by the new authorities for four years. In 1944, he published

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    Vicente Aleixandre (1898-1984) Spanish poet, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977. Vicente Aleixandre has been called an existentialist, a mystic pantheist, and a neoromantic. Although Aleixandre did not consider himself an orthodox surrealist, his poems contained surrealistic images and Freudian subconscious associations. Central motifs are erotic love, solitude, time, and death. From his mid-20s, Alexaindre suffered from kidney tuberculosis. "The poet, the truly determinative poet, is always a revealer; he is, essentially, a seer, a prophet. But his "prophecy" is of course not a prophecy about the future; for it may have to do with the past: it is a prophecy without time. Illuminator, aimer of light, chastiser of mankind, the poet is the possessor of a Sesame which in a mysterious way is, so to speak, the word of his destiny." (from Nobel Lecture After 1922 Aleixandre started to have serious problems with his health. In a few years he became semi-invalid. He retired to his father's house in the countryside and devoted himself entirely to writing. "Solitude and meditation gave me an awareness, a perspective which I have never lost: that of solidarity with the rest of mankind." Withdrawn and in delicate health, Aleixandre wrote secretly until his first poems were published by friends in 1926 in the magazine

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    Spanish poet, who was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977. Vicente Aleixandre has been called an existentialist, a mystic pantheist, and a neoromantic. Although Aleixandre did not consider himself an orthodox surrealist, his poems contained surrealistic images and Freudian subconscious associations. Central motifs are erotic love, solitude, time, and death. From his mid-20s, Alexaindre suffered from kidney tuberculosis. (from Nobel Lecture Vicente Aleixandre was born in Seville. His father, Cirilo Aleixander Ballester, was a civil engineer and mother,Elvira Merlo Garcia de Pruneda, the daughter of the district military superintendent. Aleixandre grew up in Málaga, and later depicted its sunny landscape in his poems. When the family moved to Madrid in 1909, Aleixandre attended the Colegio Teresiano, from which he received his high school diploma in 1913. The following year he entered the University of Madrid, where he studied law. Upon graduation in 1920, he became an assistant professor at the School of Mercantile Management in Madrid. He then worked for the Andalusian Railways, and wrote poetry for his own pleasure. Revista de Occidente . The next year Aleixandre settled in a small villa on the northern outskirts of Madrid, where he spent the rest of his life.

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    (b. April 26, 1898, Seville, Spaind. Dec. 14, 1984, Madrid), Spanish poet, a member of the Generation of 1927, who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977.
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    Aleixandre, Vicente (b. April 26, 1898, Seville, Spaind. Dec. 14, 1984, Madrid), Spanish poet, a member of the Generation of 1927, who received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977. He was strongly influenced by the Surrealist technique of poetic composition.
    Aleixandre was the son of a railway engineer. He studied law and business management and from 1920 to 1922 taught commercial law. He became seriously ill in 1925 and during his convalescence wrote his first poems. He remained in Spain during the Spanish Civil War although his poetry was banned from 1936 to 1944. In 1949 Aleixandre was elected to the Spanish Royal Academy. Aleixandre was considered a master of free verse, the style that appears in his first major book, La destruccion o el amor (1935; "Destruction or Love"), which was awarded the National Prize for Literature. In this work the poet explored the theme of human identification with the physical cosmos. Similar themes appear in Sombra del paraiso (1944; "Shadow of Paradise"). A greater emphasis upon human life is found in Historia del corazon (1954; "History of the Heart") and En un vasto dominio (1962; "In a Vast Domain"), works that deal with time, death, and human solidarity. Aleixandre's later poetry is of a metaphysical nature; he explores death, knowledge, and experience in Poemas de la consumacion (1968; "Poems of Consummation") and Dialogos del conocimiento (1974; "Dialogues of Insight").

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