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Lorca's Romancero gitano (Gypsy Ballads) (1928) is his most famous collection of poetry, in part because it so successfully blends traditional forms with innovative trends.

Pablo Neruda is a world famous Chilean poet and friend of Lorca's. His book Residencia en la tierra (Residence on Earth) was published in three parts, and the third, Tercera residencia (Third Residence) (1947), connects with The Diván at Tamarit both because of its mature and elegant meditation on death and its subject matter of the Spanish Civil War.

Bodas de sangre (Blood Wedding) is one of Lorca's most successful plays. First performed in 1933, it displays the effects of love and violence on a small Andalusian community and balances Lorca's dramatic verse with a compelling plot line.

Salvador Dalí's autobiographical The Secret Life of Salvador Dalí (1942) is a delightful account of the artist's early years, including his...

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