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¿Águila o Sol?

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The first major book of short prose poetry in Spanish, Eagle Or Sun? Exerted an enormous influence on modern Latin American writing. Written in 1949-50 by Nobel Laureate Octavio Paz, Eagle Or Sun? has as its mythopoeic 'place' Mexico.

En ¿Āguila o Sol? El autor nos entrega su intensa y vívida interpretación del amor y la belleza, la alegría y la tristeza, el perdón y la rec
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Paperback, 132 pages
Published November 1st 1976 by New Directions Publishing Corporation (first published November 6th 1951)
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Jill
i will always give this book a five solely for the story "my life with the wave" love it. love it.
Betina Barrios Ayala
Poesía en prosa o prosa en poesía. Retahilas e historias increíbles. Es un libro hermoso. Recomendado:
- Mi vida con la ola.
- Prisa.
- Encuentro.
- Hacia el poema.
Jaime García
Algunos de los poemas ya los había leído o escuchado. Siempre es un placer leer a Paz.
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Como en la portada, muchos de los poemas de Paz parecen una espiral ascendente de metáforas que parecen no terminar y que muestran la genialidad del poeta. Una lectura pequeña y recomendada para quienes buscan llenarse y disfrutar de una poesía rica en paisajes, plantas y algó mas :)
Brenda Dumas
Una lectura terriblemente exuberante.
Jason
Don't live without this.
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Octavio Paz Lozano (March 31, 1914 – April 19, 1998) was a Mexican writer, poet, and diplomat, and the winner of the 1982 Neustadt International Prize for Literature and the 1990 Nobel Prize for Literature ("for impassioned writing with wide horizons, characterized by sensuous intelligence and humanistic integrity.")
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“Mato de hambre al amor, para que devore lo que encuentre.” 5 likes
“Y sus sacerdotes jamás sospecharon que Pies y Manos no eran sino las extremidades de un mismo dios.” 1 likes
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