Translation of poetry in Spanish:


poesía, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈpəʊɪtri//ˈpoʊətri/


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    poesía feminine
    (book) (before noun) de poesía
    (book) (before noun) de poesías
    (book) (before noun) de poemas
    poetry reading recital de poesía masculine
    • For as well as a term relevant to expressive theories of poetry, voice is a narratological concept.
    • It is founded on the French tradition of the dream as a vehicle for love poetry.
    • She isn't always forcing the subjects of her poetry into metaphors about alienation.
    • Do you think that poetry is still valid as a form of personal expression?
    • In the classical set of genres, poetry was epic or lyric according to the degree in which the poet's direct voice was heard.
    • This book has tremendous appeal to the literary students of poetry and to teachers.
    • I was brought up with the idea that poetry should rhyme; shape poems and the like were unheard of.
    • The poetry and literature was often a mirror of how the king and the aristocracy who surrounded him liked to think of themselves.
    • Women also bring to poetry or other genres of literature a whole new area of experience and vision.
    • Had Surrey never written a line of poetry, his life would still be worth recounting.
    • The emphasis here is on how Donne's love poetry becomes an apology of verse itself.
    • The same question can therefore be raised in relation to the whole genre of poetry.
    • Because he did not have any formal education in art, his aesthetic ideas derived from poetry and literature.
    • His love poetry takes a different line from that of his contemporaries.
    • Drama, literature, and poetry all work out ideas of standards of behaviour and their consequences.
    • It's a story of American culture in transition, of music in the air, of politics and of art, of literature and of poetry.
    • His father, also called Michael, instilled in his son a love of Irish poetry and ballads.
    • It deals with the time factor employed in or between lines or units or strophes of poetry.
    • Many students would be happier if poetry was poetry, and criticism was criticism.
    • Literature is a masculinist invention; poetry in particular is a spectacular form of male display.
    • To some it's as mundane as plumbing, but to me the connection of A to B is pure poetry.
  • 2literary

    poesía feminine literary
    she was poetry in motion era pura poesía