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This feature of the verse of Valencian poet Vicent Andres Estelles (1924-1993) is observed via a translation into English from the unique Catalan. The structure of an cutting edge discussion with classical authors — a cornerstone of Estellesian expression — constitutes an creative invocation and parodic observation at the output and ethos of the Latin poets Horace, Ovid, Virgil and Catullus, the medieval patriarch of Valencian letters Ausiàs March and the Renaissance Castilian poet, Garcilaso de los angeles Vega. For Estellés, Octavian Rome offers a parallel to the Franco dictatorship and the historic framework surrounding those writers gives the neophyte a chance for ideological denunciation, inventive wit and lyrical grace in addition to righteous anger on the oppressive pettiness of existence lower than autocracy. The translators have tried to carry to an Anglophone readership the wealth of accomplishment of this author who, regardless of the severity of fascist repression, sang and celebrated the event of his personal neighborhood via its personal oppressed language.
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Estellés, Obra completa, II (Valencia: 3 i 4, 1974), p. 308. 22. ’ The InÂ�ternational Journal of Psychoanalysis, vol. 27, 1946, pp. 99–110. 29 Horacianes: after Horace The thematic structure of this collection composed between 1963 and 1970 develops along the axis of an imagined projection of the Battle of Valencia onto the backdrop of Augustan Rome. And the parallels are both rich and intriguing. Octavian’s durable regime was based precisely on those same values of authority, monogamy, subservience, duty, intolerance and virtue which were part and parcel of the Generalísimo’s crusade and its dictatorial imposition.
Lladrava algun gos en alguna alqueria. Horacianes: after Horace xv if i may, i will recall the days of my childhood. i’d steal fruit from the trees. i’d eat them in the corn shed, cool as a cellar in those days. and, far away, through the streets of my village, i could hear the voice of my father, selling fish and calling out to the neighbours. it was very pleasant staying there. a lazy sadness would come over me. sometimes you’d come by and i’d grab hold of your breasts, which i liked best, we’d climb on top of each other and roll over in the furrow.
Analfabet, es diu això, d’una manera expeditiva, un mot que em fa un gran dany cada vegada que l’escolte i l’entenc desdenyosament injust. caldria matisar. hom no pot dir analfabet impunement. intuïtiu, em vares dur als millors mestres de venusa, més endavant de roma, i fins i tot em vas permetre anar a grècia. com t’ho podria agrair, pare. em recorde. i tu, dempeus darrere meu. jo escrivia, assegut a la taula, miraves els signes que traçava jo com si anasses llegint-los o patint-los, no ho sé.
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