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The expansive collection of Machado's poems in Selected Poems (1982), translated by Alan S. Trueblood, offers an excellent view of his breadth and development as a poet. This volume is also attractive for its inclusion of the original Spanish text of the poems alongside the English translations.

Solitudes, Galleries, and Other Poems (1987), translated by Richard L. Predmore, is Machado's second published collection of verse. Reading a collection of a poet's poems as he or she wanted them to be collected in a single volume—as opposed to reading a collection of a poet's poems from many different volumes compiled by an editor—is a necessary exercise for students of a poet's work. The original Spanish-language text of Machado's poems is included in this book.

Poet in New York and Other Poems (1940), translated by Rolfe Humphries, is a collection of poems by...

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