Cernuda


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Cernuda

(Spanish θɛrˈnuða)
n
(Biography) Luis (lwiʃ). 1902–63, Spanish poet. His major work is the autobiographical Reality and Desire (1936–64)
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Jose Teruel has already established himself as a leading expert in Spanish Mid-Century studies with his edition of the correspondence between Carmen Martin Gaite and Juan Benet and Los anos norteamericanos de Luis Cernuda, as well as his directing the edition of Carmen Martin Gaites Obras completas.
I TURN TO CERNUDA Quesada, a poet now in his forties, based in Chicago, where he teaches at the college level, grew up in Los Angeles, in a household with a single mom from Costa Rica who spoke English as her second language.
Los ultimos cuatro articulos cierran la coleccion atendiendo a Luis Cernuda y Rafael Alberti.