Table of Contents for Miguel Hernandez


Preface ix
Early Poems (1934-1936)
A Man-Eating Knife
3(2)
Lightning That Never Ends
5(1)
Your Heart Is a Frozen Orange
6(1)
You Threw Me a Bitter Lemon
7(1)
I Know Enough
8(1)
No I Won't Go Along
9(1)
Like the Bull
10(1)
Gardeners Go Down the Path
11(1)
Death, in a Bull's Pelt
12(1)
Elegy
13(3)
Bloody Fate
16(4)
I Have Lots of Heart
20(5)
Poems Of War (1936-1939)
Sitting Upon the Dead
25(3)
Sweat
28(2)
Hunger
30(3)
First Song
33(1)
Soldiers and the Snow
34(2)
The Wounded Man
36(2)
Letter
38(4)
Train of the Wounded
42(2)
July 18, 1936-July 18, 1938
44(1)
Last Song
45(4)
Last Poems From Prison (1939-1941)
Child of Light and Shadow
49(5)
To My Son
54(2)
The World Is as It Appears
56(2)
The Cemetery Lies Near
58(1)
Waltz of the Lovers Who Will Always Be Together
59(1)
You Were Like the Young Fig Tree
60(1)
The Sun, the Rose, and the Child
61(1)
The Grasses, the Nettles
62(1)
Love Rose Up Between Us
63(1)
Humming Eyelashes
64(1)
All the Houses Are Eyes
65(1)
In the Depths of Man
66(1)
The Last Corner
67(2)
To Sing
69(2)
Before Hatred
71(3)
After Love
74(3)
War
77(3)
War
80(1)
Everything Is Filled with You
81(2)
Daytime's Animal
83(1)
Child of the Night
84(2)
Imagination's Tomb
86(1)
Ascension of the Broom
87(1)
Eternal Darkness
88(2)
I Move Forward in the Dark
90(1)
Lullaby of the Onion
91(4)
Goodbye, Brothers
95(4)
Poets On Hernandez
Octavio Paz: Remember That Voice
99(3)
Federico Garcia Lorca: Letter to Hernandez
102(2)
Pablo Neruda: On Miguel Hernandez
104(3)
Rafael Alberti: First Impression of Miguel Hernandez
107(3)
Vicente Aleixandre: Meeting Miguel Hernandez
110