See selected poems tr. by W. Barnstone and D. Garrison (1978) and ed. by L. Hyde (1979); study ed. by S. Daydí-Tolson (1981).
(born April 26, 1898, Sevilla, Spain—died Dec. 14, 1984, Madrid) Spanish poet. A member of the group of Spanish writers known as the Generation of 1927, he was strongly influenced by Surrealism. His first major book, Destruction or Love (1935), won the National Prize for Literature. Other works include Historia del corazón (1954), En un vasto dominio (1962), and Diálogos del conocimiento (1974). He received the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1977.
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