Arquivos mensuais: Marzo 2015

DÍA MUNDIAL DA POESÍA

 

O Día Mundial da Poesía celébrase o 21 de marzo, foi proclamado pola Unesco en 1999. O propósito deste día é promover a lectura, a escrita, a publicación e o ensino da poesía en todo o mundo. Celébrase con numerosos eventos e

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No IES Rosalía de Castro un grupo de alumnos e alumnas de 1º e 2º de Bacharelato animáronse a facer unha selección de poemas e agasallar con eles aos membros da comunidade educativa: alumnado, persoal non docente e profesorado.

Os textos seleccionados foron escolmados da obra de Rosalía –alumnado de 1º- e de poetas actuais –alumnado de 2º. Entre eles: María do Cebreiro, Carlos Negro, María Lado, Manuel Rivas, Oriana Méndez, Gonzalo Hermo…. Velaí un par deles:

 A vida tamén é un convite a acariñar o aire

nun descenso sideral

desde as ameas do castelo de Narahío 


Canta, paxariño alegre,

canta!
Canta porque o millo medre.

Canta!
Canta porque a luz de te escoite.

Canta!
Canta que fuxeu a noite.

 En opinión das e dos participantes foi interesante levar a cabo a escolma e preparar o agasallo (un roliño de papel ou cartón co poema manuscrito e atado cunha fita) pero sobre todo resultoulles atractiva a posta en práctica, o feito de entregaren o poema e a interacción coa persoa que o recibía, ver as caras de sorpresa, de alegría, de agradecemento…. e nalgúns casos as lecturas e comentarios sobre o texto. Toda unha experiencia que haberá que repetir.

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A poesía é o gran milagre do mundo!

Luís Pimentel

A poesía é unha fogueira, queimémonos nela.

Celso Emilio Ferreiro

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Acto de entrega del Premio San Clemente a Julian Barnes

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Julian Barnes se dirigió a los asistentes y leyó el prólogo de su obra Through the Window: Seventeen Essays (and one short story), que dice así:

“A Sempé cartoon set in a second-hand bookshop. An upstairs room, shelves of books from floor to ceiling; bare boards, no customers, a lampshade hanging. On the right, the assembled offerings of  HISTORY. On the left, mirroring ranks of PHILOSOPHY. Straigt ahead  there is a similar section, but pierced by a window, through which we  can look down down onto a street corner. Coming towards it from de left is a little man wearing a hat. Coming towards it from the right is a little woman, also wearin a hat. They cannot see one another, but from our vantage point we can tell they are about to meet, perhaps bump into one another. Spmething is about to happen, and be witnessed. This section of the bookshop is called FICTION.

This, simply put, in graphic form, is what I have always believed, as a reader and as a novelist. Fiction, more than any other written form, explains and expands life. Biology, of course, also explains life; so do biography and biochemistry and biophysics and biomechanics and biopsychology. But all the biosciences yield to biofiction. Novels tell us the most truth about life: what it is, how we live it, what it might be for, how we enjoy and value it, how it goes wrong, and how we lose it. Novels speak to and from the mind, the heart, the eye, the genitals, the skin; thr conscious and the subconscious. What it is to be an individual, what it means to be part of a society. What it means to be alone. Alone, and yet in company: that is the paradoxical position of the reader. Alone in the company of a writer who speaks in the silence of your mind.”

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Podéis leer las entrevistas y artículos publicados en los principales periódicos en los siguientes enlaces:

ENTREVISTA AL AUTOR EN LA VOZ DE GALICIA. http://www.lavozdegalicia.es/noticia/cultura/2015/03/05/me-imagino-creer-dios-debe-tener-ventajas/0003_201503G5P38991.htm

 

REPORTAJE SOBRE EL AUTOR EN EL PAÍS: http://ccaa.elpais.com/ccaa/2015/03/04/galicia/1425489262_281872.html

 

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