.
book book
Home awards catalogs newsletter calendar resources exam about
.



Search the Site
.


Enter keywords, ISBN, author, or book title

 
.
Search the Site

Art
Art
College Planning
Education and Teaching
Language and Literature
Foriegn Language Instruction
Performing Arts
Reference
Science and Mathematics
Social Studies
Test Prep
Writer's Workshop

Search the Site
. .
Search the Site

. author profiles

Cristina Garcia

Cristina García nació en La Habana y creció en Nueva York. Su primera novela, Dreaming in Cuban (Soñar en cubano), fue nominada para el premio National Book Award y ha sido traducida a varios idiomas. García ha recibido los premios Guggenheim y Whiting Writer’s Award. Vive en Los Ángeles con su hija Pilar.


. Cristina Garcia
Enlarge View

Photo © Norma Quintana



author bookshelf SORT BY: on AUTHOR | off TITLE | off PUB DATE
dots





Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair
Written by Pablo Neruda, Translated by W.S. Merwin, Introduction by Cristina Garcia
Penguin Classics | Trade Paperback | December 2006
$13.00/16.00(Canada) | 978-0-14-303996-9 (0-14-303996-2)

The most popular work by Chile's Nobel Prize-winning poet, soon to be the subject of Pablo Larraín's acclaimed feature film Neruda starring Gael García Bernal

When it appeared in 1924, this work launched into the international spotlight a young and unknown poet whose writings would ignite a generation. W. S. Merwin’s incomparable translation faces... Read more






Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair
Written by Pablo Neruda, Translated by W.S. Merwin, Introduction by Cristina Garcia
Penguin Classics | Trade Paperback | December 2003
$14.00/0.00(Canada) | 978-0-14-243770-4 (0-14-243770-0)

Neruda's most beloved poems in Spanish and W. S. Merwin's brilliant English translations

 

First published in 1924, Veinte poemas de amor y una canción desesperada remains among Pablo Neruda’s most popular work. Daringly metaphorical and sensuous, this collection juxtaposes youthful passion with the desolation of grief. Drawn from the poet’s most intimate...

Read more





.
.
.
.
.
.