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Recorded Oct. Guillermo Date: Edgell reads from her novel, Beka Lamb. In Spanish. Recorded Dec. Recorded Mar. Recorded Apr. In Portuguese. Recorded Jan. Date: Audio Recording Argentine writer Alfredo A. Roggiano reads from his poetry an Roggiano reads from his book, Viaje impreciso. Audio Recording Salvadoran poet Manlio Argueta reads from his works After a brief autobiographical sketch, El Salvadoran writer Manlio Argueta reads selected poems from his unedited work entitled Guerra florida.
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Recorded June 22, , at the poet's home in Barcelona.
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Figure 2. Source: Anjos, Eu poesias completas. The Brazilian poet would become known for his naturalistic words, mixing everyday terms with jargon that could be deemed unpoetic. The biologicalverbs e. Famous for his masterful use of meter in ballads, ghazals and sonnets, Lorca decided to venture into free verse upon visiting New York in The result is the groundbreaking Poeta en Nova York and His page O Guesa was first published in NYC ; a revised edition was published in London between and Guesa is a word from the Chibcha language, spoken by the native American Muisca people encountered by the Spanish in in the central highlands of present-day Colombia.
When the guesa arrives on Wall Street, though, the poetic form suddenly changes into a surprising arrangement that reflects the theme, i.
Figure 3. This new poetic form—I call it infernism—appears only twice throughout the saga, covering 17 pages of Canto II and 31 of Canto X. The use of this form in Canto II, unrelated to Wall Street, is a first experiment with the new rhythm, which reveals its full powers in Canto X. Below, the pages are reproduced in which the meter changes as guesa enters the Wall Street Inferno.
Below is a proposed scansion of the transition from decasyllables to infernisms in O Guesa, as well as two more infernistic stanzas the 5th and 28th, counting from the arrival on Wall Street; note the caesura symbols are omitted. On page of O Guesa, the stanzas of four heroic decasyllables give way to very different stanzas, which present the following formal attributes:.
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Anjos, Augusto dos. Eu poesias completas. Rio de Janeiro: self-published, Britto, Paulo Henriques. Coordinated by Carlos Reis.
Lisbon: Imprensa Nacional- Casa da Moeda, Campos, Augusto de and Haroldo de Campos. Campos, Augusto de. Hardman, Francisco Foot.
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