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Alberti imitates Bécquer masterfully, at the same time finding a new way to express his own nostalgia. “Three Memories of Heaven,” however, is atypical of the collection. Virtually all the other poems treat of “angels” and ultimately of a world turned to wormwood and gall. ” Several of the poems offer a kind of hope, but it is a wan hope, scarcely better than despair. Like the T. S. Eliot of “The Hollow Men,” however, Alberti maintains his poetic control, even with the world withering away around him.
He poured forth volume after volume of consistently high quality. Retornos de lo vivo lejano Critical Survey of Poetry (returns of the far and the living), a book wholly devoted to his most serviceable theme, may well be the finest volume of his career. The poems are at once accessible and mysterious, full of meaning on the surface and suggestive of unfathomed depths. “Retornos del amor en una noche de verano” (“Returns: A Summer Night’s Love”) recalls in wondrous imagery the breathlessness of a time long past.
Ibycus, Anacreon’s poetic associate on Samos, also used the racehorse image for the lover controlled by Eros. , however, Anacreon reverses Ibycus’s imagery by making the girl the wild mare and himself the potential rider. ” These few examples of the surviving fragments of Anacreon’s poetry suggest what a great loss the disappearance of his corpus has been. They demonstrate his consummate skill as a lyric poet who could manipulate poetic themes, imagery, vocabulary, and even his emotions for poetic effect.