Although the life of Federico García Lorca (1898–1936) was tragically brief, the Spanish poet and dramatist created an enduring body of work of international importance. This selection of 55 poems from a 1921 collection represents some of García Lorca's finest work. Imbued with Andalusian folklore, rich in metaphor and complex spirituality, they attest to the poet's popularity as one of Spain's most widely read authors.
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