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Sara Teasdale's 'Flame and Shadow' is a collection of lyrical poems that delve into the themes of love, nature, and the human experience. Teasdale's poetic style is characterized by its simplicity and elegance, drawing readers in with its poignant imagery and emotional depth. Set against the backdrop of early 20th-century America, Teasdale's work reflects the changing attitudes towards love and relationships during a time of social upheaval. 'Flame and Shadow' is a timeless collection that continues to resonate with readers today, offering a glimpse into the heart and mind of a gifted poet. Sara Teasdale, known for her delicate and intimate poetry, drew inspiration from her own life experiences and struggles with mental health. Her unique perspective and ability to capture the complexities of human emotion have made her a beloved figure in American literature. With 'Flame and Shadow', Teasdale showcases her talent for crafting beautiful verses that speak to the universal truths of the human condition. I highly recommend 'Flame and Shadow' to poetry enthusiasts and anyone looking to explore the beauty and power of lyrical expression. Teasdale's work is a testament to the enduring appeal of poetry as a form of artistic expression and emotional catharsis.


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Sara Teasdale
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Peso (Físico)
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Formato Electrónico (Virtual)
Flame and Shadow
Biografía del Autor
<p>Sara Teasdale (1884-1933) was an American lyrical poet born in St. Louis, Missouri. Known for her simple and classical style, she explored themes of love, beauty, and death, capturing the delicate nuances of emotions in her verse. A pivotal work in her literary career is \'Flame and Shadow\' (1920), a collection that exemplifies her poetic maturation and stands out for its intensity and depth. Teasdale\'s poetry is characterized by its clarity, perceptiveness, and the musicality of its language, which often carries a melancholic undertone. Her distinct voice emerged in the early 20th century, a period rich with innovation in American poetry. Teasdale\'s sensitive articulation of inner experiences earned her acclaim, including the Columbia University Poetry Society Prize (the precursor to the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry) for her earlier volume \'Love Songs\' in 1918. Her work has been studied for its feminist undertones, articulating a woman\'s perspective in a predominantly male literary landscape. Despite her ultimate tragic end, Teasdale left behind a legacy that continues to resonate with readers for its emotional honesty and lyrical beauty.</p>
ISBN: 8596547177333
Referencia: BW1037920301

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