Like the Bride and Leonardo in Blood Wedding , they are ambushed on the road, although in the play it is more the result of slighted honour on the part of the Bridegroom. Outside of Granada, he has a statue in Madrid, and the Lorca Foundation sponsors the production of his works, as well as the construction of the Lorca Centre in Madrid. However, in recent years excavations have begun to exhume the bodies of the men executed with Lorca, at the request of their families.
It is still run as a museum by the Patronato Garcia Lorca with a permanent collection as well as many activities organised throughout the year. For more information check out www. Faster than the water could. Verde que te quiero verde. My mental forces belong to an dream's astral plane,. But my claws and flames have the real name! We are beyond the space, beyond the time. Where the dreams still meet reality.
We are beyond the light, beyond the dark,. Where the space-time continuum has it's end. Donde el continuo espacio-tiempo tiene su final. Dark shadows are fading and falling to abyss,. I know, the Black Lord rules them all. And nothing is lost, as long as we gain an air supremacy. The victory is coming!
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I feel it in my heart! We're back to reconquer my land. Estamos de regreso para reconquistar mi tierra. Fall dawn into your darkest dreams,. Into your darkest nightmare find this god,. Which screams inside your mind! And when you'll stand with him eye to eye,. Calm the heart and leave your rage behind! Where the space-time continuum and the wonder of life has it's end. Donde el continuo espacio-tiempo y la maravilla de la vida tiene su final.
I was the witness of your birth and death. Yo fui el testigo de tu nacimiento y muerte? You will never escape from your destiny and that what you were. Come my son, stop to dream and face the cruel reality! How could we grow stronger to ease endless grief,. How could we still wonder, we're asking what if.
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Beyond the space, beyond the time we are flying away,. We're asking how could we grow stronger to ease endless grief. Line The count is Roland or Orlando, driven mad by her indifference. Soneto The court was moved from Madrid to Valladolid between and Lines 1—4: By royal decree all visitors had to register with Don Diego de Ayala and obtain a permit for the number of days they wanted to stay. This in turn suggests how his culto style arises from the desire to dignify the ordinary rather than to show off his erudition.
Line 2: There is no adequate English for serranas, girls of the mountains. They occur very frequently in Spanish literature.
Lines 23— Blue was symbolic of jealousy in Spanish Golden Age literature. Line The eyes of the sun are patches of sunlight between the shadows of the trees they are in a wood. Romance This poem is said to have been written to console the daughter of a friend, whose husband was neglecting her. Unfortunately I have not been able to match the brevity of the original. Line 3: Blue is again the symbolic color of jealousy. Lines 23— The conceit of the second stanza compares the girl to dawn because she weeps tears and dawn produces drops of dew.
Tears, dewdrops, and pearls are generally interchangeable in poetic language of the period. The girl is also implicitly likened to the sun, because the poem asks her to dissolve mists, as the sun does in early morning. Letrilla There is some controversy over both the interpretation and the number of stanzas in this poem. However, the third stanza strengthens an interpretation in which the little silver bells are the sound of water and the golden trumpets are bees.
Nature is more than just birdsong, he seems to be saying: it is also running water and buzzing bees.
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If we accept this as a basic meaning, it may follow that close attention to all sense impressions can put us in touch with a higher reality. Lines 1—2: More literally, all Spain is but a humble dais for her. As in the Solitudes, he is invoking the conventional association of age with wisdom and experience, wisdom, in this case, meaning preparedness for death. Neither of the sonnets here is particularly eulogistic, considering they speak of the late queen. Line 3—4: It is actually not a pyramid of fragrant branches, but the purpose of saying so is to introduce the notion of the phoenix. The greater Phoenix is Margaret.
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Lines 11— The monument is blazing with the light of lamps or candles, but it is a dark shell because Margaret, the pearl, is shut up inside it. The occasion was the visit of a French nobleman the Duc de Mayenne, at the time known in Spanish, rather strangely, as Duque de Humena to represent the king of France at the funeral of the Spanish queen.
The Toros de Guisando are some ancient statues found in Castile. But guisar means to cook, so guisando could mean cooking. This joke about the French never seems to die. Quevedo also wrote a poem about this affair.
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Line 8: The convention of addressing a stranger when commemorating some famous person goes back to the ancient Greeks. Iris is the rainbow, Phoebus the sun, and Morpheus the bringer of dreams and therefore sleep and night and shadow. The mention of shade is interesting: this was also the age of Caravaggio. The poem is notably straightforward in its opening. Bulls, however, also provide him with imagery and symbolism in the Solitudes.
It is a social or cultural event that has no equivalent in English. Line 2: The Nativity is the Christmas manger, usually represented with a few attendant animals. The intention is clearly humorous. But poner un clavo a la rueda de la Fortuna means to stop the ever-turning wheel of Fortune. This bull is so tame you can even pull it by the tail, so there is no point in trying to stop it.
Lines 13— Bravo and Manso, names of real people a mayor and a recent president of the Council of Castile , mean brave and tame, respectively. Don Pedro Manso was made president of the Council of Castile in and died toward the end of Romance This was transformed from a nonreligious piece, written in , in which the object of the search is a strayed calf; this earlier version was a kind of compliment to a neighbor, whose daughter was represented by the lost calf. I think this accounts for some of its strangeness as a religious poem.
I have done what I can to imitate the consonants. Essentially it just describes someone doing his job. His income had declined so he moved to the court in Madrid in in search of a post or a pension. He took holy orders and obtained the post of royal chaplain. He was later executed after the accession of Philip IV in The Count of Villamediana, subject of the second stanza, was a courtier and poet. He was assassinated in the street, and it was suggested that some satirical verses he wrote may have been partly to blame, hence the reference to the poetic muse Calliope Muse of epic poetry, in fact.
Line The Sun: the king. Towards the end he is said to have been thrown out of his house in Madrid by Quevedo, who had recently bought it.
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Lines 12— The body is consigned to the grave, with its memorial stone; the soul goes up to heaven. It can therefore signify either goal or marker. The chariot wheels were not allowed to touch the marker as they raced around it. Others have had no doubt that the poem concerns ambition, not a love affair.
Nevertheless the poem contains some puzzles, which are interesting because they might shed light on the character of the pilgrim in the Solitudes, who declares himself, like Icarus, guilty of a daring ambition and asks to be buried in a peaceful tomb Second Solitude, lines — Line But why does supreme bliss correspond to a supreme error? Some have seen a similarity to a poem of Torquato Tasso.
Lines 13— Smoke is associated with ambition and fame because it is insubstantial, ephemeral, easily blown away. To the Duke of Bejar Lines 1—4: Whatever these lines mean and there has been no lack of discussion they clearly say something about the whole poem.
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