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Miguel Hernández

Miguel Hernández, 1910–1942 (author page at Amazon), has been described by Philip Levine as “one of the great talents of the century.” At the end of the Spanish Civil War, at the height of his creative powers, he was arrested and sentenced to death by General Franco. His crime: “Poet and soldier of the mother country.” Though the sentence was eventually commuted to life imprisonment, he died three years later of tuberculosis. (2001)

Hernández’s collection I Have Lots of Heart: Selected Poems of Miguel Hernández, translated by Don Share, was reviewed in AGNI 48 by Reetika Vazirani.

AGNI has published the following work by Miguel Hernández:

After Love (translated from the Spanish by Don Share)
I have accustomed these bones to grief (translated from the Spanish by Ted Genoways)
It tires me so much (translated from the Spanish by Ted Genoways)
The Last Corner (translated from the Spanish by Don Share)
My Blood Is a Road (translated from the Spanish by Ted Genoways)


and read more

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