2 edition of Platero and I found in the catalog.
Platero and I
Juan RamoМЃn JimeМЃnez
|Statement||Translated from the Spanish by William and Mary Roberts. Drawings by Baltasar Lobo.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||159|
Platero and I (), a poignant and charming story in poetic prose about a silver-gray donkey named Platero, is popular with children. Jimenez did not intend it for children exclusively, however, but rather as a celebration of the essence of the child, "a spiritual island fallen from heaven.5/5(1). Together Platero and his master make friends with the parrot, belonging to a local French doctor, whose sole and frequent pronouncement is “Ce n’est rien.” Both prolific and profound, Juan Ramón Jiménez () wrote over seventy books, winning the Nobel Prize in literature.
Description of the book "Platero and I": In this translated Spanish classic, Juan Ramón Jiménez tells his burro Platero about their native Andalusian village of Moguer. Their dialogue creates an evanescent portrait of provincial Spain—its streets, homes, animals, children, and eccentrics. Oct 27, · Platero y Yo is a deeply melancholic book; a look back at a time that is gone. Juan Ramón Jimenez captures every detail of Moguer with meticulous vivacity, seemingly wanting to avoid forgetting and stop time from swallowing his memories. Reading Platero y Yo, I felt an inherent sadness in the old man character that I only saw counterbalanced.
PLATERO Y YO/PLATERO AND I. The book ends with a series of episodes from Christmas to Carnival. The poet scarcely reveals himself except as an observer. Of his friendship with the donkey, he remarks that ``We understand each other. I let him go wherever he wishes and always he takes me where it is I wish to go''; his lyrical descriptions of. In prose, his best-known work is PLATERO AND I, a series of brief, unconnected sketches, in all, about life in Moguer, the whole given unity by the presence of a silver-gray donkey, Platero.
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Platero and I Paperback – January 1, by Juan Ramón Jiménez (Author), Eloïse Roach (Translator) out of 5 stars 23 ratings See all 8 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsCited by: 6. Platero and I is an excellent book, with a tender and original story about a donkey's life (from birth to death).
We are used to read books where the main characters are human but sometimes animals, especially Platero, has an equally or more interesting life than many of us!/5. Nov 07, · Platero and I/Platero y yo: A Dual-Language Book (Dover Dual Language Spanish) Paperback.
Juan Ramon Jimenez. out of 5 stars $ Platero and I Mass Market Paperback. Juan Ramon Jimenez. out of 5 stars 8. 23 offers from $ The Pearl Paperback. John Steinbeck/5(27).
Dec 30, · Platero and I is a series of vignettes about the life of a poor poet and his treasured donkey and the small Spanish village in which they live. Written in richly lyrical prose, it is a hauntingly beautiful book which explores the depths of human emotion and feeling, and the concepts of love, loyalty, friendship, and freedom.5/5(8).
The version of this book that I read was translated by Eloise Roach. These wonderful prose poems cover a year of insights and observations that Juan Ramon Jimenez made while recuperating in Andalusia from depression after his father died.
Roach's version has some delightful drawings by Jo Alys Downs that add to the over all book/5. Get this from a library.
Platero and I. [Juan Ramón Jiménez; Eloïse Roach; Jo Alys Downs] -- Presents a picture of life in the town of Moguer, in Andalusia, Spain, as seen through the eyes of a wandering poet and his faithful donkey. Platero is the eponymous donkey of the story Platero and I (English for Platero y yo).
The book is one of the most popular works by Spanish poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, the recipient of the Nobel Prize in Literature. The Italian composer Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco wrote the music of the stories. Platero and I, written between andis based on material Jiménez gathered in his hometown of Moguer (in the province of Andalusia) while recuperating from the severe depression caused by.
TEXT FOR “PLATERO AND ME” 1. PLATERO. Platero is small, he’s shaggy and soft. So soft to the touch, you’d say he was made of cotton. With no bones. Only the jet mirrors. Of his eyes are hard - like two black crystal scarabs. I turn him loose and off he goes to.
Aug 30, · "Platero and I" is a famous work by the Andalusian poet Juan Ramón Jiménez, who won the Nobel Prize in The book has been translated into many languages, including esoteric ones like Basque and Icelandic.
It is basically a prose poem/5(23). Browse the book with Google Preview» Platero is a small donkey, a soft, hairy donkey: so soft to the touch that he might be said to be made of cotton, with no bones.
At dusk, when, stiff with cold, Platero and I enter the purple darkness of the miserable bystreet that fronts the dry river bed, the children of the poor are playing at. The Paperback of the Platero and I/Platero y yo: A Dual-Language Book by Juan Ramon Jimenez at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more.
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Use up arrow (for mozilla firefox browser alt+up arrow) and down arrow (for Brand: Dover Publications. Platero and I (), a poignant and charming story in poetic prose about a silver-gray donkey named Platero, is popular with children.
Jimenez did not intend it for children exclusively, however. Get this from a library. Platero and I. [Juan Ramón Jiménez; Antonio T De Nicolás] -- Presents a picture of life in the town of Moguer, in Andalusia, Spain, as seen through the eyes of a.
Get this from a library. Platero and I = Platero y yo: a dual-language book. [Juan Ramón Jiménez; Stanley Appelbaum] -- A series of autobiographical prose poems originally published as a shorter children's book inrelating the wanderings of a young writer and his donkey Platero.
Summary: Platero and I, written by Juan Ram=n JimTnez, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, has been translated into the main languages of Western Europe and even into Hebrew. As Don Quixote is a great Spanish classic of the Golden Age, Platero and I has become a classic of the twentieth century.
The Paperback of the Platero and I by Juan Ramon Jimenez, Martin Hardy | at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help5/5(2). Start your hour free trial to unlock this Platero and I study guide and get instant access to the following: Summary; solstemcell.com will help you with any book or any question.
Our summaries. Platero and I/Platero y yo: A Dual-Language Book (Dover Dual Language Spanish series) by Juan Ramon Jimenez. Recipient of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Jian Ramón Jiménez (–) ranks among the foremost Spanish poets.
The early influences of German Romanticism and French Symbolism led Jiménez to the development of his unique. Jul 24, · Together Platero and his master make friends with the parrot, belonging to a local French doctor, whose sole and frequent pronouncement is Ce nest rien.
Both prolific and profound, Juan Ramón Jiménez () wrote over seventy books, winning the Nobel Prize in solstemcell.com:. Get this from a library!
Platero and I. [Juan Ramón Jiménez] -- Presents a picture of life in the town of Moquer, in Andalusia, Spain, as seen through the eyes of a wandering poet and his faithful donkey.Oct 08, · About the book InJuan Ramón Jiménez published Platero y Yo, a prose poem about his homeland in Andalusia, Spain.
Platero y Yo (Platero and I) tells the story of a man and his donkey, and the life they lead. Platero is described as a small, soft, hairy solstemcell.com: Kelsey Corlett-Rivera.Platero and I. This translation of the book is and award winner from It is a sweet little story about a donkey that lends itself as a historic Hispanic classic that has found its way to America.
This is a must read for children and adult alike.5/5(1).