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«En 1957», escribe Octavio Paz, «hice algunas traducciones de breves textos de clásicos chinos. El formidable obstáculo de la lengua no me detuvo y, sin respeto por la filología, traduje del inglés y del francés. Me pareció que esos textos debían traducirse al español no sólo por su belleza –construcciones a un tiempo geométricas y aéreas, fantasías templadas siempre por u

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Paperback, 1st edition Biblioteca de Ensayo - Serie menor [6], 78 pages
Published May 1998 by Siruela
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Octavio Paz trae una bella colección de filosofía y poesía china. Uno de los grandes maestros de la práctica sencillez del taoísmo, Chuang Tzu (o Zhuang Zi). Aquí se puede ver a Lao Tse y a Confucio desde la otra orilla, desde otra visión de mundo, menos estructurada y obediente.
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The tao itself. Pure philosophy... clearly to read, deep to think about.
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Octavio Paz Lozano 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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