Sebastian's Arrows: Letters and Mementos of Salvador Dali and Federico Garcia Lorca

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Product Details

Price
$40.00
Publisher
Swan Isle Press
Publish Date
Pages
231
Dimensions
6.32 X 1.0 X 9.52 inches | 1.18 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780967880884

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About the Author

Christopher Maurer is professor in and chair of the Department of Modern Foreign Languages and Literatures at Boston University. He is editor of García Lorca's Collected Poems and the author of Fortune's Favorite Child: The Uneasy Life of Walter Anderson. He has also published extensively on sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and twentieth-century Spanish poetry.

Reviews

Recipient of Foreword Magazine's Book of the Year Award, Silver rank
Recipient of Foreword Magazine''s Book of the Year Award, Silver rank
"The sense of two brilliant young men testing themselves against each other still comes across."--Financial Times Magazine
"Readers interested in either of these Spanish masters will find Sebastian''s Arrows of great interest."--Bloomsbury Review
"Thoughtfully and sensitively conceived, this is an intellectually sound and compelling volume. Highly recommended."--Choice
"An engaging and lively look at the relationship between Lorca and Dali. . . . This book demonstrates the powerful effect they had on each other and their work."--Rob Stokes "Spain "
"Clear and admirably straightforward. . . . A book quite attractive to the eye and hand. It will doubtless appeal to those with an interest in Lorca and/or Dali as it brings together a selection of their own words about themselves."--Canning House"British Bulletin of Publications" (10/01/2004)
"All through the twentieth century artists and writers collaborated almost constantly, sometimes with such intensity that it seemed as if they were passing back and forth a single flask labeled 'Inspiration.' . . . An infinitely more transparent glimpse into an artist's mind is to be found in "Sebastian's Arrows.""--Jed Perl"The New Republic" (12/13/2004)