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Antonio Machado
Portrait of Antonio Machado

Antonio Machado (1875–1939) is considered one of Spain’s greatest poets of the last century. His poetry is characterized by a quiet reserve capable of enormous tenderness, and his deeply metaphysical cast of mind is complimented by an equally keen eye for the Spanish countryside. While much of his adult life was spent as a teacher of languages in country schools, during the Thirties he emerged as an eloquent spokesman for the Republican cause.

AGNI has published the following work:

Poetry
The Waterwheel
By Antonio Machado
Translated from the Spanish by George Kalogeris and Gláucia Rezende
Poetry
I Have Walked Down Many Roads
By Antonio Machado
Translated from the Spanish by Don Share
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