Salmos al viento was described by Fabre as a book that "stresses social themes already dealt with in El retorno, but this time focusing on human loneliness of existential origin. Irony and sarcasm blend as Goytisolo remembers his youth, when he used to walk around the neighborhoods of Madrid and Barcelona. Salmos al viento also features poems about poetry, a theme that would be continued in Claridad. Kay Pritchett, writing in Anales de la Literatura, found that in this volume "the poet's desire for clarity motivates and directs his art.
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With Algo sucede Goytisolo presents, documentarystyle, a view of turbulent Spanish politics following the civil war. Pointing to the first poem in the collection, "Oficio del poeta," Pritchett noted that "unlike Goytisolo's earlier aesthetic statements, this poem does not mention the role of poetry as an expression of social concerns. Nevertheless, she added that "the poems of Algo sucede do not represent a radical departure from Goytisolo's earlier poetry, since most would qualify as relatively direct and unambiguous statements.
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Later Goytisolo collections, including Bajo tolerancia, Taller de arquitectura, and Del tiempo y del olvido, deal again with themes of social justice, but they also include glimpses of the poet's personal experiences. A veces gran amor "is a hymn to the capability to experience love," commented Fabre. According to Goytisolo, life is not hard, but memories and evocations are difficult to endure.
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