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The sea and the bells

Title
The sea and the bells / Pablo Neruda ; translated by William O'Daly.
Author
Neruda, Pablo, 1904-1973.
Publication
Port Townsend, Washington : Copper Canyon Press, [2002], ©2002.

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Description
xviii, 116 pages; 19 cm
Subject
Note
  • Translation of: El mar y las campanas.
  • Parallel text in English and Spanish.
Contents
  • First Movement -- To Search -- Returning -- I am grateful, violins ... -- It appears that a different ship ... -- When I decided ... -- I have four dogs to declare ... -- Some Argentinians sailed with us ... -- My name was Reyes ... -- Salud, we called out every day ... -- Today, how many hours ... -- I met the Mexican ... -- To find out, I called together my tribe ... -- Every Day, Matilde -- I will tell you ... -- From my journeys I return ... -- One returns to the self ... -- Long ago ... -- Pedro is the When ... -- A small animal ... -- There isn't much to tell ... -- It rains ... -- In fullest June ... -- This broken bell ... -- I want to know ... -- (H.V.) -- Never an illness ... -- Yes, comrade ... -- After sunrise ... -- Port, this port ... -- Everybody was asking me ... -- Slow -- It Happens -- Branch -- The Ambassador -- Here -- If each day falls ... -- Everybody -- Laziness -- Names -- We Are Waiting -- Stars -- City -- It knocks at a door ... --
  • Forgive me if my eyes ... -- The whole human earth ... -- The thrush warbled ... -- Is the sea there? ... -- Finale.
ISBN
1556591624
OCLC
  • ocm49315814
  • SCSB-4261070
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries