Antonio Machado

Antonio Machado was a renowned Spanish poet and one of the leading figures of the Spanish literary movement known as the Generation of '98. His work is characterized by its deep reflection on time, landscape, and the human condition.

Books

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  1. 1. Poems by Machado

    This book is a collection of poems by a renowned Spanish poet, reflecting his profound thoughts on life, love, death, and nature. The poet's work is deeply philosophical and introspective, often drawing on his personal experiences and observations of the world around him. His poetry is known for its simplicity, depth, and emotional resonance, making it accessible and relatable to a wide range of readers.

    The 935th Greatest Book of All Time
  2. 2. Juan De Mairena

    "Juan de Mairena" is a collection of philosophical musings, aphorisms, and reflections on a range of topics such as politics, art, religion, and education. The work is presented as the thoughts of an imaginary character, Juan de Mairena, a teacher and amateur philosopher. Through this character, the author explores and critiques Spanish society and culture, often with a satirical edge. The book is noted for its introspective and contemplative tone, blending elements of both fiction and non-fiction.

    The 2328th Greatest Book of All Time
  3. 3. Selected Poems

    This collection is an anthology of lyrical poetry from one of Spain's most profound and influential poets of the 20th century. It traverses the landscapes of the poet's inner and outer worlds, reflecting on themes of love, death, time, nature, and the soul. The poet's work is characterized by a deep sense of introspection, a profound connection with the Spanish countryside, and an exploration of the human condition. With a style that combines simplicity with philosophical depth, the poems are a testament to the poet's ability to capture the transient and the eternal in the tapestry of everyday life.

    The 6195th Greatest Book of All Time