Luis Cernuda

Cernuda

[ser-noo-duh, -nyoo-; Spanish ther-noo-thah, ser-]
noun
Luis [loo-ees] , 1902–63, Spanish poet, in England after 1939.
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Cernuda (Spanish θɛrˈnuða)
 
n
Luis (lwiʃ). 1902--63, Spanish poet. His major work is the autobiographical Reality and Desire (1936--64)

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Spanish poet and critic, a member of the Generation of 1927, whose work expresses the gulf between what is wished and what can be attained.

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