crepuscle


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Translations of passages from Correspondance in edite, Le crepuscle des vieux, and Les Grands cimetieres sous la lune, as well as the second part of the quotation from Sous le soleil de Satan found on pages 111-12 (see note 6 below), are mine.
(18) Si veda, per esempio, in Quadres parisiens de Baudelaire, Le crepuscle du soir, Le jeu, oppure, in Les fleurs du mal, Les deux bonnes soeurs.
Figures, fantastical, grim--Figures, prosaical, tame, Each with chameleon-stain, Dun in the crepuscle dim, Red in the nimbus of flame--Glance through the veil of the rain.
Claror d'abril, de patria que mor amb mi, quan miro ais anys i el pas: viatge al llarg de lents crepuscles. El yo poetico expresa la ansiedad que le produce el pensar que una vez muerto (la muerte insinuada en los versos previos mediante la imagen del cipres), la memoria desaparezca, teniendo como consecuencia la desaparicion de la patria, en este caso Cataluna, representada a traves de Sinera (Walters, '"Sense cap nom" 892).
1951, Barcelona) began his narrative trajectory, with El jardi dels set crepuscles (The Garden of the Seven Crepuscles; 1989), which garnered five literary awards.