Federico Garcia Lorca's Poet in New York

Wednesday, June 05, 2013

Federico Garcia Lorca, one of Spain’s greatest poets and dramatists. The current festival Lorca in New York: A Celebration, focuses on the years 1929-1930, when Garcia Lorca was a student at Columbia University and when he wrote Poet in New York. Laura Garcia Lorca, Federico Garcia Lorca’s neice and president of the Federico Garcia Lorca Foundation in Spain, and Christopher Maurer, editor of a newly revised and translated edition of  Poet in New York, talk about Federico Garcia Lorca’s life and work.


Laura Garcia Garcia Lorca and Christopher Maurer
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Comments [1]

Lilly from manhattan

Thanks to Lorca my love of poetry started at young age. Now I am learning Spanish mainly because I want to understand his poems as he wrote them. Translating poetry is almost impossible, I tried it with my own poems.

Jun. 05 2013 01:22 PM

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