Mexico - Viaje Al Pais de los Tarahumaras (Mexico and Voyage to the Land of the Tarahumaras)

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Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1984 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 379 pages
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Artaud escribió estas páginas inflamado por una pasión irreductible; su testimonio está sellado por la peculiar mirada trágica que lo caracterizó y por los relámpagos de una conciencia singularmente dotada Para explicarse, y hacernos ver el mundo en términos poéticos.

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Contents

Artaud y México por Luis Mario Schneider
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Nota a la edición
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Surrealismo y revolución
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Copyright

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About the author (1984)

An early associate of the surrealists, Antonin Artaud broke with them to form the "theater of cruelty" in 1932. His goal, set forth in his long essay The Theater and Its Double (1938), was to replace the contemporary theater, with its emphasis on psychology, by a theater of myth that would reintroduce the sacred into modern life. Experiments with drugs, coupled with a long history of psychiatric trouble, led to Artaud's commitment to a mental hospital for nine years. He remains a contemporary heir to the nineteenth-century antiestablishment poets and an inspiration to contemporary theoreticians of the theater.

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