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  1. The Selected Poems of Federico Garcia Lorca by Federico Garcia Lorca, 2005-05-17
  2. Frederico Garcia Lorca: Impossible Theatre, Short Plays (Great Translations) by Federico Garcia Lorca, Caridad Svich, et all 2000-08-01
  3. Sebastian's Arrows: Letters and Mementos of Salvador Dali and Federico Garcia Lorca by Salvador Dali, Federico Garcia Lorca, 2005-02-01
  4. Four Puppet Plays: Play without a Title, The Divan Poems and Other Poems, Prose Poems, and Dramatic Pieces
  5. Federico García Lorca: Selected Poems (English and Spanish Edition) by Federico García Lorca, 2010-06-01
  6. The Selected Poems of Federico García Lorca (New Directions Paperbook) (English and Spanish Edition) by Federico García Lorca, 1955-06
  7. Three Tragedies (New Directions Paperbook) by Federico Garcia Lorca, 1955-01-17
  8. A Spanish Reader, Federico Garcia Lorca (Spanish Edition)
  9. The House of Bernarda Alba and Other Plays (Penguin Modern Classics) by Federico Garcia Lorca, 2001-04-26
  10. Lorca: The House of Bernarda Alba: A Drama of the Women in the Villages of Spain (Hispanic Classics) by Federico Garcia Lorca, 2009-06-30
  11. Four Major Plays (Oxford World's Classics) by Federico García Lorca, 2009-01-15
  13. Bodas De Sangre / Blood Wedding (Spanish Edition) by Federico Garcia Lorca, 1994-03
  14. Poesia complena de Federico Garcia Lorca, vol. 1 (Contempora) (Spanish Edition) by Federico Garcia Lorca, 2004-02-06

1. Federico Garcia Lorca
Brief biography, plus selections of his poetry from "Lorca's Grave", "Recycled Words" Category Arts Literature Authors G García Lorca, Federico......Federico Garcia Lorca (18981936). Federico Garcia Lorca, Spain's greatestmodern poet and playwright, was born June 5, 1898 at Fuentevaqueros
Federico Garcia Lorca (1898-1936)
Federico Garcia Lorca, Spain's greatest modern poet and playwright, was born June 5, 1898 at Fuentevaqueros in the Spanish province of Granada. He began writing poems in his late teens, reciting many of them in the local cafes. In 1919 he left to study law at the Residencia de Estudiantes in Madrid. There he met and became friends with film director Luis Bunuel and painter Salvador Dali, among other Spanish notables of his generation. Lorca came to national prominence in 1927 when his play Mariana Pineda was first staged. His initial book of poems Gypsy Ballads was published the following year. During a trip abroad, which also took him to England and Cuba, Lorca spent nine months in New York City beginning in June of 1929. His poems of that period were later collected in the volume entitled Poet In New York. In 1931 Spain became a Republic which gave hope to many, Lorca included, that Spain's standard of living would be improved, its lliteracy reduced and its culture more widely disseminated. Lorca became director of a student theater company which toured small villages and in the face of harassment by Fascist partisans presented the Spanish classics to the peasants. His first great play, the rural tragedy

2. Federico García Lorca - The Academy Of American Poets
Biography, photograph, and selected poems.
poetry awards poetry month poetry exhibits about the academy Search Larger Type Find a Poet Find a Poem Listening Booth ... Add to a Notebook Impresiones y Viajes (1919) was inspired by a trip to Castile with his art class in 1917. El Maleficio de la mariposa (1920), a play which caused a great scandal when it was produced. He also wrote Libro de poemas (1921), a compilation of poems based on Spanish folklore. Much of García Lorca's work was infused with popular themes such as Flamenco and Gypsy culture. In 1922, García Lorca organized the first "Cante Jondo" festival in which Spain's most famous "deep song" singers and guitarists participated. The deep song form permeated his poems of the early 1920s. During this period, García Lorca became part of a group of artists known as Romancero Gitano ("The Gypsy Ballads"), brought García Lorca far-reaching fame; it was reprinted seven times during his lifetime. In 1929, García Lorca came to New York. The poet's favorite neighborhood was Harlem; he loved African-American spirituals, which reminded him of Spain's "deep songs." In 1930, García Lorca returned to Spain after the proclamation of the Spanish republic and participated in the Second Ordinary Congress of the Federal Union of Hispanic Students in November of 1931. The congress decided to build a "Barraca" in central Madrid in which to produce important plays for the public. "La Barraca," the traveling theater company that resulted, toured many Spanish towns, villages, and cities performing Spanish classics on public squares. Some of García Lorca's own plays, including his three great tragedies

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    6. Poems Of Federico Garcia Lorca
    FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA. Federico Garcia Lorca was born on the 5th of June,1898 at Fuentevaqueros, near Granada in Spain. Federico Garcia Lorca.
    FEDERICO GARCIA LORCA Federico Garcia Lorca was born on the 5th of June, 1898 at Fuentevaqueros,
    near Granada in Spain. The work of Federico Garcia Lorca, Spain's greatest modern poet, has long been
    admire for its emotional intensity and metaphorical brilliance. Few poets take us
    more directly and memorably to what Lorca described as "the dark root of the
    scream," the terrain of the "duende", where inspiration delivers a new poetic
    reality and "intelligence" discovers it limitations. The Generation of 1927 In Barcelona, art-lovers can visit Avino Street, the symbolic cradle of Cubism embodied in Las Senoritas de Avignon. There is also the splendid Picasso Museum in the centre of the Gothic quarter, which houses a number of works of his youth, as well as many engravings and the series of paintings inspired by Las Meninas of Velazquez. Madrid was the birthplace of the Cubist, Juan Gris, who succeeded in reducing the objects he painted to their chromatic mass and elemental geometric properties. And Catalunya can claim parentage of Juan Miro,the master of surrealism, who was profoundly poetic and original, with his infantile style betraying wise vision. A large part of his work is exhibited in the Miro Foundation in Barcelona, which is houses in a superb building designed by the architec Josep Luis Sert. Also associated with surrealism is Salvador Dali, an exceptional artist, who liked to provoke bourgeois sensibility with shocking and calculate gestures. Dali had lived with Luis Bunuel and Federico Garcia Lorca in the 1920s at the Student Residence (Residencia de Estudiantes) in Madrid. This institution enormously important for its intellectual ambiance and great artistic fertility of its lodgers, persists today as a thriving cultural centre and the site of the Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Cientificas. It was there that the group of poets known as the Generation of '27 was born.

    7. Federico Garcia Lorca
    Federico Garcia Lorca (18981936). 1936-ban az öldöklo fasisztákagyonlotték Federico García Lorca spanyol költot. Haláláról
    Federico Garcia Lorca 1936-ban az öldöklõ fasiszták agyonlõtték Federico García Lorca spanyol költõt. Haláláról Radnóti Miklós magyar költõ írt siratóéneket. Nyolc évvel késõbb a magyar fasiszták ugyanígy ölték meg a magyar költõt. A két halál korkép és dokumentum azokról az esztendõkrõl. Az eredetileg olasz fasiszta szó ugyanúgy volt érvényes a német nácikra vagy a magyar nyilasokra, a spanyol falangistákra: az uralomra került mészárlási düh irtotta a szellemet és a szellem képviselõit. García Lorca a spanyol szellem legkiválóbb megtestesítõje volt a XX. században. Ha a lexikonokban nézünk utána életrajzának, alig tudjuk követni a felsorolást. Költõ volt, a múlhatatlan emlékû nagyok egyike. Drámaíró volt, egyéni hangú, sajátos színfolt a színiirodalomban. Népszerû zeneszerzõ, sikeres festõ-rajzolómûvész, néprajztudós. Színházszervezõ s ezen belül dramaturg, rendezõ, ha kellett akár tragikus, akár komikus színész. Rövid életében is az élõ spanyol kultúra legkiválóbb, sõt legsikeresebb korabeli alakja. Otthonában ugyanúgy hangoztatta lírai költeményeiben a cigányok emberségét, jogukat az egyenjogúságra, mint Amerikában a négerekét. Szavakkal, dallamokkal, színekkel harcolt az emberi méltóságért, egyenlõségért, méltányosságért, demokráciáért. Meg is bûnhõdött érte, a sötétség zsoldosai a számlálhatatlanokkal együtt õt el elpusztították. A legõsibb spanyol kultúrájú tájról, Andalúziából származott. Az értelmiség felé törekvõ, módos családban született. Apja jól gazdálkodó, olvasó, éneklõ földmûves volt, aki tanítónõt vett feleségül. A népdalokat és a tanulási-tanítói igényt együtt örökölte. Iskolákba járatták, és õ vidáman és lelkesen szeretett tanulni. Tizenhat éves fõvel már egyetemre érett, egyetemre is járhatott: a nagy hírû, õsi granadai legfelsõbb iskolába. Párhuzamosan tanult filozófiát és jogot, ezek mellett megfelelõ tanintézetekben zenét és festészetet is. Itt barátkozott össze egy életre Manuel de Fallával, a kor legnagyobb spanyol zeneszerzõjével.

    8. Federico GARCIA LORCA - Vikipedio
    Federico GARCIA LORCA. El Vikipedio, la libera enciklopedio. Literaturo Hispanlingva Literaturo Federico GARCIA LORCA Hispana Lingvo.
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    Federico GARCIA LORCA
    El Vikipedio, la libera enciklopedio. Literaturo Hispanlingva Literaturo Hispana Lingvo Federico GARCIA LORCA (* je la 5-a de junio en Fuente Vaqueros , mortpafita je la 19-a de aŭgusto en Viznar ) estis hispana poeto kaj dramisto, ankaŭ pentristo, pianisto kaj komponisto. Oftaj temoj en liaj verkoj estas amo kaj morto kaj la konflikto inter liberiĝemo kaj tradicio. Famaj verkoj:
    • Libro de poemas (1921) Canciones (1927) Mariana Pineda (1928) Romancero gitano (1928) Poema del cante jondo (1931) Bodas de sangre (1933) Yerma (1934) Do±a Rosita la soltera (1935) Poeta en Nueva York (eldonita 1940) La Casa de Bernarda Alba (eldonita 1945)
    Tio aperis en Esperanto Liriko / Federico Garcia Lorca. Elhispanigis K. Gusev. [Red.: V. Samodaj. Antauparolo: A. Celeskul]. - Moskvo: Komisiono pri Internaciaj Ligoj de Sovetaj Esperantistoj, 1968. - 78 p. Cigana romancaro / Trad. Fernando de Diego. [Antauparolo de William Auld]. - La Laguna: R©gulo, 1971. - 110 p. : ilustr. - (Stafeto. Beletraj Kajeroj ; 43)
    Originalo: Romancero gitano Sanga nupto kaj La domo de Bernarda Alba / Trad.: Miguel Fern¡ndez. - Madrido : La Misma, 1987. - 229 p. - (Serio Oriento-Okcidento ; 23)

    9. Federico Garcia Lorca In CyberSpain
    Brief biography, plus text of "Lament for Ignacio Sanchez Mejias".Category Arts Literature Authors G García lorca, federico......federico garcia lorca. federico García lorca was born in Fuente Vaqueros,Granada on the 5th of June, 1898 and died the 19th of August, 1936.
    Federico García Lorca was born in Fuente Vaqueros, Granada on the 5th of June, 1898 and died the 19th of August, 1936. His life spanned the years between the Year of Disaster and the Spanish Civil War which ultimately victimized him. He travelled throughout Spain and America, principally Argentina, living and writing some of the most beautiful poetry ever written. His poetry has been translated into a dozen languages and his name is known worldwide. His personal life is the subject of much debate now, relating to his tendencies and friends. This page is dedicated to his poetry, written by him for us to enjoy instead of dissecting his personality. Lorca's poetry and plays combine elements of Andalusion folklore with sophisticated and often surrealistic poetic techniques, cut across all social and educational barriers. Works include: Thus Five Years Pass The Public Dona Rosita . He is toted to have succeeded in the creation of a viable poetic idiom for the stage, superior to the works of his contemporaries, Yeats, Eliot and Claudel. August 9, 1936, Falangist soldiers dragged the Spanish poet and playwright Federico Garcia Lorca into a field, shot him and tossed his body into an unmarked grave... Franco's government tried to obliterate Lorca's memory. His books were prohibited, his name forbidden.

    10. Federico García Lorca (1898-1936)
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    Lorca's first theatrical production, The Butterfly's Evil Spell (1920), opened at the Eslava Theater in Madrid. Although the show closed after only one night, it gave Lorca his first taste of theatrical fame. He published his first book of poems in 1921, and seven years later, his book of poetry Romancero Gitano or The Gypsy Ballads made him famous throughout Spain. The public soon labeled Lorca as the "Gypsy poet", which displeased Lorca, and perhaps partly to dispel this myth, he moved to New York in 1929 to study English at Columbia University where he came into contact with amateur theatre groups and professional repertory companies. The trip also inspired a book of poetry, Poet in New York , which was published posthumously. Lorca returned to Spain in 1931 and formed his own theatre company. Composed mostly of students, "La Barraca" toured the countryside giving free performances of the Spanish classics, including the works of Lope de Vega , and Miguel de Cervantes. The company also produced the three "rural tragedies" on which Lorca's theatrical reputation rests.

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    13. Pagina De Federico Garcia Lorca
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    federico garcia lorca The great Spanish poet and playwright federico García lorca was born on June 5, 1898, in Fuente Vaqueros near the city of Granada. As a young man, lorca studied philosophy, literature and law at the University of Granada.

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    web hosting domain names email addresses related sites Federico Garcia Lorca Nasce a Fuentevaqueros, vicino a Granada nel 1898. Dal 1919 al 1934 vive principalmente a Madrid, dove frequenta la cerchia di letterati e artisti della sua generazione, come e Rafael Alberti . Si dedica anche alla musica e nel 1922 crea insieme col compositore Manuel de Falla il progetto del primo festival del cante jondo, il canto zingaresco tipico della Spagna meridionale. La raccolta di liriche di tema andaluso, Romancero gitano (1928), incontra i favori della critica e lo rende figura preminente fra il gruppo di poeti noto come Generazione del '27. Nel 1931 riceve dal nuovo governo repubblicano l'incarico di organizzare un gruppo teatrale itinerante, La Barraca Sonetto del dolce lamento Piaghe d'amore Oh voce occulta dell'amore oscuro Notte dell'amore insonne Home Page
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    17. Federico García Lorca - Vita E Opere - Pagina Principale
    Presenta la biografia, la bibliografia, una galleria di immagini, la poesia, la prosa, il teatro e la musica di federico garcia lorca, oltre a link a risorse correlate.
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    19. Studio Of Cynthia Large
    With these paintings and keyboard instruments, the artist Cynthia Large explores the overlapping spheres of music, magick and mental illness. This page includes a series of paintings dedicated to the lives of Clara and Robert Schumann, and a number of small magickal pianos and organs capable of conjuring saints and demons alike. A tribute to the poet federico garcia lorca is also displayed here in the form of an altarpiece comprised of organ pipes, a keyboard, and a painting of the poet himself. Come in and be enlightened.
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    20. Libro De Los Debutos De Federico Garcia LorcaVon Mario Hernandez
    Libro de los debutos de federico Garc­a lorca von Mario Hernandez, federico garcia lorca. Eine Biographie von Ian Gibson, Tragikom¶die des Don Cristobal und der Dona Rosita , Dal­, lorca, Bu±uel. Aufbruch in Madrid u.a.
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    Von Mario Hernandez Dem Zeichner Lorca widmet sich dieser aufwendige Bildband von Mario Hernandez , erschienen bei Tabapress . Einzelne Zeichnungen werden kommentiert und er enthält einen umfassenden Katalog des gesammten grafischen Werkes von Lorca. Federico Garcia Lorca
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    Mit zahlreichen Abbildungen. Aus dem englischen von Bernhard Straub. Die Lorca-Biographie des Hispanisten Ian Gibson ist nicht nur eine umfassende Lebensdarstellung des Dichters, sondern zugleich eine spanische Kulturgeschichte. Sie ist in mehr als 15 Sprachen übersetzt, in deutsch ist sie als gebundene Ausgabe oder als Taschenbuch bei Suhrkamp erhältlich. Werke in drei Bänden
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    Insel Verlag 1982. Neuausgabe 1995 In Deutschland liegt die Gesamtausgabe von Lorcas Werken nur in der unzureichenden Übertragung durch Heinrich Beck vor. Lorcas Erben haben diese jetzt untersagt und ab Juli wird es auf dem Markt keine Lorca-Texte mehr in Becks Fassung geben. Neue Übertragungen namhafter Übersetzer und Schriftsteller warten nur auf die Beendigung des Rechtstreits mit den Erben von Beck, um zu erscheinen.

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