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Times Alone

Selected Poems of Antonio Machado

Antonio Machado

Publication Year: 1983

CONTRIBUTORS: Robert Bly.CONTRIBUTORS: Robert Bly.CONTRIBUTORS: Robert Bly.

Published by: Wesleyan University Press

CONTENTS

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pp. vii-x

A FEW NOTES ON ANTONIO MACHADO

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pp. 1-8

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From Times Alone, Passageways in the House, and Other Poems (Soldedades, Galerias y Otros Poemas)

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pp. 9-14

ANTONIO MACHADO wrote some of his dream poems in his first book, Soledades, in 1899; Freud published his Interpretation of Dreams the same year. Machado independently makes dreams a primary subject of his poems, descends into them, looks to them for guidance, goes downward, farther and farther until he finds water. The water he has found makes Soledades refreshing. One could say that "the world"...

He andado muchos caminos

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pp. 16-

I have walked along many roads

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pp. 17-

Recuerdo infantil

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pp. 18-

Memory from Childhood

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pp. 19-

La plaza y los naranjos encendidos

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pp. 20-

The square and the brilliant orange trees

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pp. 21-

En el entierro de un amigo

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pp. 22-

The Burial of a Friend

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pp. 23-

Yo escucho los cantos

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pp. 24-

I listen to the songs

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pp. 25-27

Daba el reloj las doce . . .

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pp. 28-

The clock struck twelve times . . .

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pp. 29-

Sobre la tierra amarga

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pp. 30-

Dreams have winding

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pp. 31-

Tenue rumor de t

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pp. 32-

Faint sound of robes brushing

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pp. 33-

Crece en la plaza en sombra

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pp. 34-

In the shady parts of the square

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pp. 35-

Al borde del sendero un d

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pp. 36-

Close to the road we sit down one day

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pp. 37-

La noria

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pp. 38-

The Water Wheel

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pp. 39-

Glosa

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pp. 40-

Commentary

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pp. 41-

Anoche cuando dorm

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pp. 42-

Last night, as I was sleeping

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pp. 43-

Is my soul asleep?

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pp. 45-

Desgarrada la nube

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pp. 46-

Clouds ripped open

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pp. 47-

Y era el demonio de mi sue

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pp. 48-

And he was the demon of my dreams . . .

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pp. 49-

Desde el umbral de un sue

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pp. 50-

From the door sill of a dream they called my name

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pp. 51-

Si yo fuera un poeta

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pp. 52-

If I were a poet

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pp. 53-

Y nada importa ya que el vino de oro

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pp. 54-

It doesn't matter now if the golden wine

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pp. 55-

Llam

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pp. 56-

The wind, one brilliant day, called

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pp. 57-

La casa tan querida

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pp. 58-

The house I loved so much

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pp. 59-

Yo, como Anacreonte

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pp. 60-

Like Anacreonte

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pp. 61-

Oh, evening full of light!

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pp. 63-

Es una tarde cenicienta y mustia

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pp. 64-

The evening is greyish and gloomy

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pp. 65-

Campo

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pp. 66-

Field

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pp. 67-

Renacimiento

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pp. 68-

Rebirth

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pp. 69-

Tal vez la mano, en sue

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pp. 70-

It's possible that while sleeping the hand

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pp. 71-

Y podr

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pp. 72-

You can know yourself, if you bring up

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pp. 73-

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From The Countryside of Castile (Campos de Castillo)

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pp. 75-80

"ONLY IN lazy moments does a poet concentrate on interpreting his dreams, and picking things out of them he can use in his poems. Dream study has not yet produced anything of importance in poetry. The poems written while we are awake, even those less successful, are more original and more beautiful, and sometimes more wild than those made from our dreams. I can say this because I spent many years of...

Retrato

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pp. 82-

Portrait

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pp. 83-85

Oh, Guadarrama Range

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pp. 87-

Amanecer de oto

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pp. 88-

Fall Dawn

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pp. 89-

Campos de Soria

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pp. 90-

Two Poems from "The Countryside of Soria"

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pp. 91-93

Caminos

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pp. 94-

Country Roads

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pp. 95-

Lord, You Have Ripped Away

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pp. 97-

Dice la esperanza: un d

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pp. 98-

Hope says: Someday you will

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pp. 99-

All

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pp. 100-

There, in that high plateau

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pp. 101-

I dreamt you guided me

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pp. 103-

Una noche de verano

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pp. 104-

One summer night

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pp. 105-

Proverbios y cantares

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pp. 106-

Fourteen Poems Chosen from "Moral Proverbs and Folk Songs"

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pp. 107-113

A don Francisco Giner de los R

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pp. 114-

For Don Francisco Giner de los R

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pp. 115-

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From New Poems (Nuevas Canciones) and The Collected Works of a Poet Who Never Lived (De un cancionero ap

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pp. 117-124

ANTONIO MACHADO published his third book, Nuevas canciones (New Poems), in 1930. Eighteen years had passed since the first version of Campos de Castilla, and thirteen years since the enlarged edition. Such patience! Some of those years he spent in Baeza, and then, until 1932, in Segovia. The small room he occupied is still there; his old landlady showed it to me a few years ago. ...

Galer

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pp. 126-

Passageways

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pp. 127-131

Iris de la noche

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pp. 132-

Rainbow at Night

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pp. 133-

Canciones

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pp. 134-

Songs

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pp. 135-141

Proverbios y cantares

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pp. 142-

Forty Poems Chosen from "Moral Proverbs and Folk Songs"

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pp. 143-153

Al Gran Cero

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pp. 154-

To the Great Circle of Nothing

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pp. 155-

Abel Martin's Last Lamentations

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pp. 157-159

Siesta

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pp. 160-

Siesta

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pp. 161-

La Muerte del ni

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pp. 162-

The Death of the Wounded Child

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pp. 163-

Coplas

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pp. 164-

Coplas

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pp. 165-

Meditaci

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pp. 166-

Today's Meditation

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pp. 167-

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AFTERWORD: AN HOMAGE TO MACHADO IN 1966

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pp. 169-172

A DAY set aside to honor Antonio Machado, the great Spanish poet who died in exile in southern France in 1939, had been announced for the 20th of February 1966. The homage, notice of which was given all government bureaus concerned, was to consist of the unveiling of a monument to Machado—a bronze head made by the sculptor Pablo Serrono. ...

TRANSLATIONS OF MACHADO AVAILABLE IN ENGLISH

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pp. 173-


E-ISBN-13: 9780819572103
Print-ISBN-13: 9780819560810

Page Count: 187
Publication Year: 1983

Edition: Bilingual Spanish-English ed.
Series Title: Wesleyan Poetry in Translation

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  • Machado, Antonio, 1875-1939 -- Translations into English.
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