Cantares Gallegos (1872)

Cantares Gallegos Mar a Rosal a Rita de Castro was a Galician romanticist writer and poet Writing in the Galician language after the S culos Escuros she became an important figure of the Galician romantic

  • Title: Cantares Gallegos (1872)
  • Author: Rosalía de Castro
  • ISBN: 9781160818438
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mar a Rosal a Rita de Castro 1837 1885 , was a Galician romanticist writer and poet Writing in the Galician language, after the S culos Escuros, she became an important figure of the Galician romantic movement, known today as the Rexurdimento Her poetry is marked by saudade, an almost ineffable combination of nostalgia, longing and melancholy The date she published hMar a Rosal a Rita de Castro 1837 1885 , was a Galician romanticist writer and poet Writing in the Galician language, after the S culos Escuros, she became an important figure of the Galician romantic movement, known today as the Rexurdimento Her poetry is marked by saudade, an almost ineffable combination of nostalgia, longing and melancholy The date she published her first collection of poetry in Galician, Cantares gallegosin 1863, is commemorated every year as the D a das Letras Galegas, an official holiday in Galicia.

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    1. Además de su riqueza cultural internacional en referencia a la poesía contemporánea y a las raíces históricas de las que goza toda la obra de Rosalía, Cantares Gallegos tiene un significado trascendental porque significa el renacimiento de la literatura gallega.Crítica completa en: alibreria/2017/05/15/cant

    2. "Lugar mais hermosoNo mundo n' hachara,Qu' aquel de Galicia,Galicia encantada!"Uma colectânea de poemas que nos impregna com o sentimento do que significa "ser-se galego".Como minhota que sou, é impossível não sentir empatia por um povo com valores e memórias tão similares às do meu berço. Foi uma leitura nostálgica pois além da mímica linguística, são poemas de memórias pelo meu povo partilhadas.

    3. Tão, mas tão melhor que a Maria Mariño, poeta morta que está viva e dá boleia e esmola a loucos que andam perdidos nas estradas do mundo.

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