The Collected Lyric Poems Of Luis De Camoes

Author: Luís de Camões
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400884144
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The Collected Lyric Poems Of Luis De Camoes. Luís de Camões is world famous as the author of the great Renaissance epic The Lusíads, but his large and equally great body of lyric poetry is still almost completely unknown outside his native Portugal. In The Collected Lyric Poems of Luís de Camões, the award-winning translator of The Lusíads gives English readers the first comprehensive collection of Camões's sonnets, songs, elegies, hymns, odes, eclogues, and other poems--more than 280 lyrics altogether, all rendered in engaging verse. Camões (1524-1580) was the first great European artist to cross into the Southern Hemisphere, and his poetry bears the marks of nearly two decades spent in north and east Africa, the Persian Gulf, India, and Macau. From an elegy set in Morocco, to a hymn written at Cape Guardafui on the northern tip of Somalia, to the first modern European love poems for a non-European woman, these lyrics reflect Camões's encounters with radically unfamiliar peoples and places. Translator Landeg White has arranged the poems to follow the order of Camões's travels, making the book read like a journey. The work of one of the first European cosmopolitans, these poems demonstrate that Camões would deserve his place among the great poets even if he had never written his epic.

English Grammar For Students Of Spanish

Author: Emily Spinelli
Publisher: The Olivia and Hill Press
ISBN: 0934034362
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English Grammar For Students Of Spanish. English Grammar for Students of Spanish. The study guide for those learning Spanish.

A Higher Form Of Killing

Author: Diana Preston
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing USA
ISBN: 1620402130
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A Higher Form Of Killing. In six weeks during April and May 1915, as World War I escalated, Germany forever altered the way war would be fought. On April 22, at Ypres, German canisters spewed poison gas at French and Canadian soldiers in their trenches; on May 7, the German submarine U-20, without warning, torpedoed the passenger liner Lusitania, killing 1,198 civilians; and on May 31, a German Zeppelin began the first aerial bombardment of London and its inhabitants. Each of these actions violated rules of war carefully agreed at the Hague Conventions of 1898 and 1907. Though Germany's attempts to quickly win the war failed, the psychological damage caused by these attacks far outweighed the casualties. The era of weapons of mass destruction had dawned. While each of these momentous events has been chronicled in histories of the war, celebrated historian Diana Preston links them for the first time, revealing the dramatic stories behind each through the eyes of those who were there, whether making the decisions or experiencing their effect. She places the attacks in the context of the centuries-old debate over what constitutes "just war,Â?? and shows how, in their aftermath, the other combatants felt the necessity to develop extreme weapons of their own. In our current time of terror, when weapons of mass destruction-imagined or real-are once again vilified, the story of their birth is of great relevance.

The Collected Poems Of John Crowe Ransom

Author: John Crowe Ransom
ISBN: 9780982919866
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The Collected Poems Of John Crowe Ransom. Poetry. Edited by Ben Mazer. The first-ever complete edition of the poems of John Crowe Ransom, restoring to the world – in the name not of mercy but of justice – a great many poems that he himself had once (and quite rightly) judged perfectly worthy of publication, poems that, joining now his select poems, will enjoy a renaissance.

100 Places In France Every Woman Should Go

Author: Marcia DeSanctis
Publisher: Travelers' Tales
ISBN: 1609520831
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100 Places In France Every Woman Should Go. Told in a series of stylish, original essays, New York Times travel bestseller 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go is for the serious Francophile, the woman dreaming of a trip to Paris, and those who love crisp stories well told. Like all great travel writing, this volume goes beyond the guidebook and offers insight not only about where to go but why to go there. Combining advice, memoir and meditations on the glories of traveling through France, this book is the must-have in your carry-on. Award-winning writer Marcia DeSanctis draws on years of travels and living in France to lead you through vineyards, architectural treasures, fabled gardens and contemplative hikes from Biarritz to Deauville, Antibes to the French Alps. These 100 entries capture art, history, food, fresh air and style and along the way, she tells the stories of fascinating women who changed the country’s destiny. Ride a white horse in the Camargue, find Paris’s hidden museums, try thalassotherapy in St. Malo, and buy raspberries at Nice’s Cour Saleya market. From sexy to literary, spiritual to simply gorgeous, 100 Places in France Every Woman Should Go is an indispensable companion for the smart and curious traveler to France.

In Flanders Fields And Other Poems Wwi Centenary Series

Author: John McCrae
Publisher: Read Books Ltd
ISBN: 147339919X
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In Flanders Fields And Other Poems Wwi Centenary Series . "John McCrae, physician, soldier, and poet, died in France a Lieutenant-Colonel with the Canadian forces. The poem which gives this collection of his lovely verse its name has been extensively reprinted, and received with unusual enthusiasm. The volume contains, as well, a striking essay in character by his friend, Sir Andrew Macphail." This book is part of the World War One Centenary series; creating, collating and reprinting new and old works of poetry, fiction, autobiography and analysis. The series forms a commemorative tribute to mark the passing of one of the world's bloodiest wars, offering new perspectives on this tragic yet fascinating period of human history. Each publication also includes brand new introductory essays and a timeline to help the reader place the work in its historical context.

Sonnets And Other Poems

Author: Luís de Camões
Publisher: Tagus Pressat University of Massachusetts
ISBN: 9781933227269
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Sonnets And Other Poems. The first bilingual edition in English to offer a cross-section of lyric poetry by Portugal's Luis de Camoes

Encyclopedia Of Renaissance Literature

Author: James Wyatt Cook
ISBN: 9780816056248
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Encyclopedia Of Renaissance Literature. "The more than 600 entries supply a wealth of information on the people and works of the era, as well as background on specific concepts and topics, important terms, and ancient precursors to medieval literature. Additional features include a bibliography, chronology, and list of writers arranged by language of composition, making this encyclopedia the ideal resource for anyone interested in Renaissance literature."--BOOK JACKET.