Fernando de Diego

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Fernando de Diego (1919–2005) was a Spanish journalist and linguist.

Translated works[edit]

  • The land of Alvargonzález of Antonio Machado ( 1969 )
  • Gypsy Ballads of Federico Garcia Lorca ( 1971 )
  • Rhymes Gustavo Adolfo Becquer ( 1972 )
  • The tree of the knowledge of John Doe ( 1973 )
  • Doña Bárbara by Rómulo Gallegos ( 1975 )
  • The Ingenious Hidalgo Don Quixote of La Mancha by Miguel de Cervantes ( 1977 ), released in full version by Esperanto Foundation
  • Iron bars Incarnation Ferré ( 1983 )
  • Retrincos of Castelao ( 1983 )
  • The Family of Pascual Duarte de Camilo Jose Cela ( 1985 )
  • One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez ( 1992 )
  • The evil Carabel of Wenceslao Fernández Flórez ( 1993 )
  • Tirano Banderas of Ramón María del Valle-Inclan ( 1993 )
  • Agriculture in the tropics of Andrés Bello ( 1995 )
  • Twenty Love Poems and a Song of Despair, by Pablo Neruda ( 1997 )

Other translations have been published in anthologies:

  • Astura bukedo, an anthology of works by Asturias ( 1987 )
  • Sentempa simfonio, anthology of Spanish poetry of all time ( 1987 )