2 edition of 1904-1936 poems found in the catalog.
R. Barnes 3rd Baron Gorell
Written in English
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Poet, professor, and translator Mark Statman has just published Black Tulip, his translation of the poetry of José María Hinojosa (Malaga, Spain, ). All of this demonstrates the emergence in the United States of a new interest in Spanish poetry. In Cecil acquired Dalham Hall, Suffolk, but died the following year before taking up residence. After his death, Dalham Hall passed eventually to the eldest son of Cecil’s brother Ernest Frederick. He had four children – Francis William (–), Cecil John (–), Georgia Margaret (–) and Violet (–).
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José María Hinojosa Lasarte () was a Spanish writer and political militant. As a man of letters he is considered one of the first if not the very first and the only genuinely surrealist poet in Spain, counted also among members of Generation ‘As a politician he acted in ultra-conservative realm, holding Carlist jefatura in Málaga and building Andalusian structures of the.
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