The Complete Poetry: A Bilingual Edition

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THE COMPLETE POETRY
A BILINGUAL EDITION

CÉSAR VALLEJO

EDITED AND TRANSLATED BY
CLAYTON ESHLEMAN

WITH A FOREWORD BY
MARIO VARGAS LLOSA

AN INTRODUCTION BY
EFRAÍN KRISTAL

AND A CHRONOLOGY BY
STEPHEN M. HART


UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS
BERKELEY   LOS ANGELES   LONDON

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Los Heraldos Negros (1918) - Qui Potest Capere Capiat 22
  • The Black Heralds 23
  • Plafones Ágiles 26
  • Agile Soffits 27
  • Buzos 48
  • Divers 49
  • Nostalgias Imperiales 76
  • Imperial Nostalgias 77
  • Truenos 100
  • Thunderclaps 101
  • Canciones de Hogar 150
  • Songs of Home 151
  • Trilce (1922) 164
  • Trilce 165
  • Poemas Humanos 324
  • Human Poems 325
  • I 326
  • I 327
  • II 436
  • II 437
  • EspaÑa, Aparta de MÍ Este CÁliz (1939 566
  • Spain, Take This Cup from Me 567
  • Notes to the Poems 621
  • Afterword- A Translation Memoir 677
  • Appendix- A Chronology of Vallejo’s Life and Works 689
  • Bibliography 705
  • Index of Spanish Titles and First Lines 707
  • Index of English Titles and First Lines 713
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