Selected Poetry of Delmira Agustini: Poetics of Eros

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Selected Poetry of
Delmira Agustini

Poetics of Eros

EDITED AND TRANSLATED BY

Alejandro Cáceres

WITH A FOREWORD BY

Willis Barnstone

SOUTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY PRESS / CARBONDALE

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword: A Poet of Life Who Prefigures the Future in Poetry Denied Her by Two Bullets xiii
  • Preface xvii
  • Acknowledgments xxi
  • Selected Poetry of Delmira Agustini xxiii
  • Introduction 1
  • Notes 20
  • Bibliography 27
  • De El Libro Blanco (Frágil) (1907) - From the White Book (Fragile) (1907) 33
  • El Poeta Leva El Ancla 34
  • The Poet Weighs the Anchor 35
  • La Estatua 36
  • The Statue 37
  • Una Chispa 38
  • A Spark 39
  • Misterio: Ven … 40
  • Mystery: Come … 41
  • Intima 42
  • Intimate 43
  • Explosión 46
  • Explosion 47
  • Amor 48
  • Love 49
  • El Intruso 50
  • The Intruder 51
  • La Copa Del Amor 52
  • The Love Cup 53
  • Mi Aurora 56
  • My Dawn 57
  • Desde Lejos 58
  • From Far Away 59
  • De Cantos De La Mañana (1910) - From Morning Songs (1910) 61
  • De “elegías Dulces” 62
  • From “sweet Elegies” 63
  • El Vampiro 66
  • The Vampire 67
  • La Ruptura 72
  • The Rupture 73
  • Lo Inefable 74
  • The Ineffable 75
  • Las Coronas 76
  • The Crowns 77
  • Las Alas 78
  • The Wings 79
  • El Nudo 82
  • The Knot 83
  • Fue Al Pasar 84
  • Passing By 85
  • Tú Dormías … 86
  • You Were Sleeping … 87
  • Los Relicarios Dulces 88
  • The Sweet Reliquaries 89
  • El Raudal 90
  • Torrent 91
  • Los Retratos 92
  • The Portraits 93
  • De Los Cálices Vacíos (1913) - From the Empty Chalices (1913) 95
  • A Eros 98
  • To Eros 99
  • Tu Boca 100
  • Your Mouth 101
  • I¡oh Tú! 102
  • Oh You! 103
  • Día Nuestro 106
  • Our Day 107
  • Visión 108
  • Vision 109
  • Con Tu Retrato 112
  • With Your Portrait 113
  • Otra Estirpe 114
  • Another Lineage 115
  • El Surtidor De Oro 116
  • The Golden Fountain 117
  • Fiera De Amor 118
  • Fierce of Love 119
  • Ceguera 120
  • Blindness 121
  • Inextinguible … 122
  • Inextinguishable … 123
  • Nocturno 124
  • Nocturnal 125
  • El Cisne 126
  • The Swan 127
  • Plegaria 130
  • Entreaty 131
  • A Lo Lejos … 134
  • At a Distance … 135
  • De Los Cálices Vacíos (1924) - From the Stars of the Abyss (1924) 137
  • Mis Amores 138
  • My Loves 139
  • El Arroyo 146
  • The Stream 147
  • Por Tu Musa 148
  • To Your Muse 149
  • Diario Espiritual 150
  • Spiritual Diary 151
  • La Cita 154
  • The Encounter 155
  • Anillo 156
  • Ring 157
  • Serpentina 158
  • Serpentine 159
  • Sobre Una Tumba Cándida 160
  • On a White Tomb 161
  • Mi Plinto 162
  • My Plinth 163
  • El Dios Duerme 166
  • The God Sleeps 167
  • En El Camino 168
  • On the Road 169
  • Boca a Boca 170
  • Mouth to Mouth 171
  • Selene 174
  • Selene 175
  • Tus Ojos, Esclavos Moros 176
  • Your Eyes, Moorish Slaves 177
  • Las Voces Laudatorias 178
  • The Laudatory Voices 179
  • El Rosario De Eros 182
  • The Rosary of Eros 183
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