Poemas del alma

The best place that I have found for Lorca's poetry in Spanish is Poemas del alma. Here you will find an alphabetically ordered 14-page menu of the poet’s works, from Adam to Zorongo. (Don’t rely too much on the biography provided.)

A.S. Kline’s Free Poetry in Translation Archive

The best place for Lorca’s poetry in English translation is undoubtedly Tony Kline’s Poetry in Translation Archive.

On one of his sites he offers 26 poems translated into English, including:

On another you'll find 14 "Poems of Love and Death" including: Recently, Tony Kline has added 20 new translations of Lorca’s poems. Among these we find:-
Translations of the Odes to Salvador Dalí and Walt Whitman can be found here.
26 early poems, all prior to the publication of the Gypsy Ballad Book have also been made available recently.
Three lectures: are also available in English translation. As is: Semana Santa en Granada the radio talk he gave in 1936 on the Holy Week in Granada.

Via the Lorca Home Page of the Poetry in Tranlsation Archives you can also get access to translations of Bodas de sangre, Yerma, La casa de Bernarda Alba and Doña Rosita la soltera…

From PoemHunter, you can download a
Free Poetry E-Book with 18 of Lorca’s poems translated into English. They include 

For information about Pequeño vals vienés from Poet in New York and Leonard Cohen's Take this Walz from the album I’m your Man I refer you to my site Here you will find the text of Cohen’s song compared to a literal translation of Lorca’s poem.

More poems in translation:

Following this link,
you will find translations of Lorca's poetry
done by me


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(This page: Updated October 2008)

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