By Vicent Andrés Estellés
This feature of the verse of Valencian poet Vicent Andres Estelles (1924-1993) is observed by means of a translation into English from the unique Catalan. The structure of an leading edge discussion with classical authors ― a cornerstone of Estellesian expression ― constitutes an inventive invocation and parodic statement at the output and ethos of the Latin poets Horace, Ovid, Virgil and Catullus, the medieval patriarch of Valencian letters Ausiàs March and the Renaissance Castilian poet, Garcilaso de l. a. Vega. For Estellés, Octavian Rome offers a parallel to the Franco dictatorship and the historic framework surrounding those writers offers the neophyte a chance for ideological denunciation, artistic wit and lyrical grace in addition to righteous anger on the oppressive pettiness of lifestyles below autocracy. The translators have tried to convey to an Anglophone readership the wealth of feat of this author who, regardless of the severity of fascist repression, sang and celebrated the adventure of his personal group via its personal oppressed language.
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Després, en un pessic del dit gros i el dit índex, amb un tros de pa, agafe un tros de pimentó, l’enlaire àvidament, eucarísticament, me’l mire en l’aire. de vegades arribe a l’èxtasi, a l’orgasme. cloc els ulls i me’l fot. Horacianes: after Horace After Horace i there’s nowt i like more than garnishing in virgin oil roast pepper, sliced in strips. i sing, then, distracted, talk with the virgin oil, with the produce of the soil. i love roast pepper, but not overdone, which spoils it, just with that soft flesh it has when you peel off the toasted crust.
They’re out to steal our oranges! ) and, even today, such hysteria thrives in official circles. The conservative party (Partido Popular) in control of local government since 1995 still dallies in such disjunctive prejudice. 14 This maniacal reaction in establishment circles, however, became particularly acute from 1963 onwards in the face of the cogency of Fuster’s thesis and the mass support it was beginning to attract. Acts of extreme intimidation and brutality were visited locally upon progressive elements.
19 20 After the Classics For a region like Valencia, which had fought on the losing side, the subjugation was particularly vengeful. This war-time capital of the Second Republic had supported Franco’s own particular bête noire of democracy. Moreover, with its historical difference and potentially alternative affiliation to Catalonia in terms of language, culture and history, it constituted a threat to one of the keypoints of the Generalísimo’s crusade: the fanatical belief in the sacred and indivisible unity of Spain imposed centrally and stripped of any notion of devolution.