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Luis Cernuda

Cernuda, Luis (lōēsˈ thārnōˈħä) [key], 1904–63, Spanish poet. Cernuda fled Spain after the Spanish civil war and taught abroad. His works include La realidad y el deseo [reality and desire] (1936), a collection of his delicate surrealist verse; and Ocnos (1942), a prose lyric. He has also written about contemporary Spanish poetry (1957) and English lyric poetry (1958).

See The Poetry of Luis Cernuda (bilingual ed. 1971); studies by J. A. Coleman (1964) and P. Silver (1965).

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

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