Juan ramon jimenez - Antolojia personal.
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Juan Ramn Jimnez Mantecn (December 24, 1881–May 29, 1958) was a Spanish poet, a prolific writer who received the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1956. One of Jimnez's most important contributions to modern poetry was his advocacy of the French concept of "pure poetry."
Jimnez was born in Moguer, near Huelva, in Andalusia, Spain, on 24 December 1881. He studied law at the University of Seville, but he declined to put this training to use.
Strongly influenced by the Nicaraguan poet Rubn Daro, he published his first two books at the age of eighteen, in 1900. The death of his father the same year devastated him, and a resulting depression led to his being sent first to France, where he had an affair with his doctor's wife, and then to a sanatorium in Madrid staffed by novitiate nuns, where he lived from 1901 to 1903. In 1911 and 1912, he wrote many erotic poems depicting romps with numerous females in numerous locales. Some of them alluded to sex with novitiates who were nurses. Eventually, apparently, their mother superior discovered the activity and expelled him, although it will probably never be known for certain whether the depictions of sex with novitiates were truth or fantasy.
In 1913, he met and fell in love with Zenobia Camprub, a noted translator of the Indian writer, Rabindranath Tagore. Shortly thereafter, he published a book of mildly erotic poems and made plans to publish the franker ones. But he abandoned his intention when Zenobia reacted to the first erotic book with disgust and ire.
The remaining erotic poems were to remain secret until 2007, when about a hundred of them were published under the title, Libros de amor (Books of love). In the description by the book's editor, "without abandoning his profound lyricism and transcedence, Juan Ramn here reflects a very explicit eroticism and sexuality which were alien to the time and concretely to Spanish lyric poetry".
He celebrated his home region in his prose poem about a writer and his donkey called Platero y Yo (1914). In 1916 he and Zenobia got married in the United States. Zenobia became his indispensable companion and collaborator.
Upon the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, he and Zenobia went into exile in Cuba, the United States, and Puerto Rico, where he settled in 1946. Jimnez was hospitalized for eight months due to another deep depression. He later became a Professor of Spanish Language and Literature at the University of Maryland, College Park. The university later named a building on campus and a living-and-learning writing program in his honor.
In 1956, he received the Nobel Prize in Literature; three days later, his wife died of vaginal cancer. Jimnez never got over this loss, and he died two years afterwards, on 29 May 1958, in the same clinic where his wife had died. Both of them are buried in Spain.
01. de SONETOS ESPIRITUALES (1914-1915)
02. de EN EL OTRO COSTADO (1936-1942)
03. de LA ESTACIN TOTAL (1923-1936)
04. de DIOS DESEADO Y DESEANTE (1949)
05. Poemas de J. R. Jim‚nez
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