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Richard A. Mazzara Anacreon Born: Teos, Ionia, Asia Minor (now Sigacik, Turkey); c. e. Died: Athens, Greece; c. e. Also known as: Anakreon Principal poetry Anacreon composed poems for oral performance, not posterity. He seems to have written no single book or collection of poems. For his complete poems in Greek, see Poetae Melici Graeci, 1962 (Denys Page, editor). The first English translation of Anacreon was Anacreon Done into English out of the Original Greek, 1683. Later translations include The Odes of Anacreon, 1928 (Erastus Richardson, translator), Greek Lyric, 1982 (David A.

Jiménez-Fajardo, Salvador. Multiple Spaces: The Poetry of Rafael Alberti. London: Tamesis Books, 1985. A critical analysis of Alberti’s poetic works. Includes bibliographic references. Manteiga, Robert C. Poetry of Rafael Alberti: A Visual Approach. London: Tamesis Books, 1978. A study of Alberti’s literary style. Text is in English with poems in original Spanish. Includes bibliographic references. Nantell, Judith. Rafael Alberti’s Poetry of the Thirties. Athens: University of Georgia Press, 1986.

His poetic production was sustained over a lifetime, although a great many years passed between his published collections. In his own words, “The poet dies only when the man dies. ” 13 Aleixandre, Vicente Analysis In the work of Vicente Aleixandre’s first period, the poet is interested primarily in terrible mythic elements of nature without people; he is chaotic, delirious, and grotesque. His is a kind of rebellion against the middle class that hems him in, but he is not yet aware that to save himself from its oppression he must transform his blind, ineffective rebellion into a conscious, efficient one.

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