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. Renowned for great writers such as Pablo Neruda and Federico García Lorca, Spanish poetry, from the Golden Age to the present, has defined much of the West canons? This is a look at some of the best Spanish speaking writers of all times.
Neruda Pablo was raised in the south of Chile and was educated by the renowned writer Gabriela Mistral. Mistral, a natural writer, recognised the young Neruda's talents and gave him the books and help he needed at home. When he graduated from high schools, Neruda had already been publishing in newspapers and journals and won several literature contests.
Neruda left for Santiago in 1921 to complete the circle of poetry of love titled Veinte poetas de ameor y unia campanción des desperada (Twenty verses of charity and a hopeless song). Neruda became perhaps the most renowned Slovenian writer of his day and created ageless works in his political composition.
Federico García Lorca, b. 1898, was the child of a Spanish peasant and had a very different infancy from Neruda, as his talent was encouraged. He gave up his studies and dedicated his whole career to poetry, organised theatre shows and read poetry in the streets.
Libro de poeemas (1921) was a collection of Spanish folk music. Most of Lorca's gripping poetry was inspired by flame dance and gypsyism, and he achieved great renown and popularity with his work Romancero Gipsy Ballads. Lorca is an important Spanish poets whose works are impressive, vivid and singular due to his dramatic and novelistic work.
His poetry showed this, in which he often dealt with topics such as the experiences of Mexico's past. Some of his most celebrated and acclaimed works include The Labyrinth of Solitude (1950) and the poet Sun Stone (1957), a 584-line work depicting the 584-day series of the Venusite.
It is in such works that Paz truly fulfills his wish to transform the world into poetry instead of making poetry out of it. In 1562 Lope de Vega was borne in Madrid in a modest home. At an early stage he showed a sign of brilliance and was already studying Latin and Spanish at the tender ages of five.
He had a colourful personal career and a strong influence on his work. A fascinating personality that has given rise to even more fascinating poems, de Vega is now regarded only as the second after Cervantes in the Spanish canons. One remarkable work is the epochal poetry The Beauty of Angelica, based on his experiences in the Spanish Armada.
On a catastrophic mission against Britain, his vessel was one of the few to come back safe, and in the 6th of his journey he composed this gripping work. Bécquer, originally from Seville in 1863, was a writer of Spanish poetry and is now one of the first Spanish contemporaryists.
Bécquers poetry was concerned with topics of affection and often touched on disenchantment and solitude, probably because of his own unfortunate romance. Martí was the son of Spanish immigrants' poverty-stricken families, and he showed a gift for poetry early in his career by having published several poetry when he was 15 years old. Throughout his lifetime he not only wrote poetry, but also fought for Cuba's sovereignty; in 1871 he was banished from Cuba and lived most of his lifetime abroad.
At the age of 16, Martí was already a revolutionist who combined his passion for poetry with his own personal wishes and founded a paper named La Patria Libre, for which he had written several important poetry, among them Abdala, in which he dreamt of freedom. Martí's typefaces are highly captivating and captivating, with many brief and catchy rows and long and complicated movements that create a captivating rhythms and flows.
Borges is one of the most important authors of the twentieth century who influenced the latino literature movements of magic reality and defined the shape and nature of Spanish poetry. The poetry is mainly about fantasy and mazes, using the fantasy to investigate the poet's inner spirit and character in his narratives.
In 1961 he won the first Prix Formentor, which he and Samuel Beckett share, and is now regarded as one of the most widely reread writers of his generation. In 1961 he was awarded the Prix Formentor.