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Mitchell, widely known for his original and definitive translations of spiritual writings and poetry, has taken the work of Neruda (1904-1973), whose ...Show synopsisMitchell, widely known for his original and definitive translations of spiritual writings and poetry, has taken the work of Neruda (1904-1973), whose poems are passionate, humorous and exceptionally accessible, and brought them to life for a whole new generation of readers.Hide synopsis
Description:Missing DJ, but otherwise Like New condition. Stated First...Missing DJ, but otherwise Like New condition. Stated First Edition, first printing with full number line in very good condition.
Description:Very Good. 0060182857 1st Edition (Stated), 1st Printing (w...Very Good. 0060182857 1st Edition (Stated), 1st Printing (w/full number line 1-10) 1997 HarperCollins, Publishers (NY) HARDBACK; BILINGUAL (SPANISH + ENGLISH) text clean/UNMARKED; color jacket mild surface rubbing w/1 tiny chip/light edge wear w/no tears + few miniscule nicks; price unclipped; purple boards, red cloth binding, + gold lettering surface smooth except 1 small scuff, very light rim wear, 2 corner bumps; spine strong; NOT x-library; No remainder mark; Not book club; 262 pages + 18 informational pgs (16 before, 2 after text); selected + translated from Spanish by Stephen Mitchell; foreword; 49 Neruda poems/odes re-translated from 8 Neruda books: from "Canto General" (1950), 1 poem; from "Elemental Odes" (1954), 13 odes; from "New Elemental Odes" (1956), 3 odes; from "Third Book of Odes" (1957), 5 odes; from "Extravagaria" (1958), 7 poems; from "Navigations + Returns" (1959), 2 poems; from "100 Love Sonnets" (1960), 2 sonnets; + from "Full Powers" (1962), 16 poems; Neruda biographical info in intro; translator biography; wrap-around color cover art is "Vahine No Te Vi (Women of the Mango)" 1982 by Paul Gauguin w/design by David Bullen; "making a selection 'several thousand pages' of Neruda's poetry...was like standing in some treasure cave from 'The Thousand + 1 Nights': coffers + urns overbrimming w/jewels lay all around me, but my companion genie said I was only allowed to fill my own pockets. So I made no effort to be representative, to take an equal number of diamonds, pearls, emeralds, sapphires, rings, massive necklaces, filagree bracelets, pre-Columbian animal figurines of pure gold, platinum large-breasted goddesses w/ruby nipples. I just took what I loved most. When my pockets were full, I left"--Stephen Mitchell; very good collectible copy of 16-year-old special selection of Neruda poetry by impressive translator out-of-print hardback.
Description:Very Good + Very Good+ DJ. 8vo = over 9" 261 pp. Black hard...Very Good + Very Good+ DJ. 8vo = over 9" 261 pp. Black hard covers with gold lettering on red spine. Slight bumping on spine. Very clean. Poems have both original Spanish and English translation; a bilingual edition of his poetry. DJ has minor wear marks on front and back covers. First edition.
Description:Near Fine in Near Fine-Price-clipped jacket. 2nd printing in...Near Fine in Near Fine-Price-clipped jacket. 2nd printing in price-clipped DW; text in English and Spanish; translated by Stephen Mitchell; 263pp. A tight, clean (presumedly unread) copy in bright dust jacket.
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