Octavio Paz - Poetry - 1976 - 121 pages
A bilingual edition of the short prose poetry written by Mexico's most distinguished living poet in 1949-50
Octavio Paz - Poetry - 1991 - 669 pages
This landmarked bilingual edition gathers all the poetry the 1990 Nobel Laureate has published in book form since 1957, the year his long poem "Sunstone"--her translated anew ...
Octavio Paz - History - 1985 - 213 pages
A Mexican writer and diplomat assesses his country's contemporary political scene and examines the West's crisis of confidence, addressing in particular the problems and ...
Octavio Paz - Fiction - 1981 - 162 pages
A mental journey to Galta, a partially ruined city in India, serves as an excuse to consider the nature of time, space, and reality
Octavio Paz - Arts - 1987 - 303 pages
Reading and contemplation -- Seeing and using : art and craftsmanship -- At table and in bed -- Iniquitous symmetries -- The new analogy : poetry and technology -- The verbal ...
Octavio Paz - Poetry - 1971 - 198 pages
Bilingual text presents the most outstanding lyrical works of the Mexican poet, including Sun Stone and Blanco
Octavio Paz - Poetry - 1973 - 215 pages
Essays deal with the author's credo as an artist and poet, the sixties drug culture, modern atheism, politics, and ethics
Octavio Paz - Poetry - 1990 - 219 pages
Essays discuss Robert Frost, Walt Whitman, William Carlos Williams, Baudelaire, Jean Paul Sartre, Luis Bunuel, and Alexander Solzhenitsyn