Peregrina De Paz

Author: Su Vida y Obra en Sus Propias Palabras
Publisher: Friends of Peace PIlgrim
ISBN: 9780943734316
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Peregrina De Paz from the Author: Su Vida y Obra en Sus Propias Palabras. Discover the romantic Deep South with this romantic guidebook to a 2700-mile route that takes you from the Louisiana bayous to antebellum Natchez, Great Smoky Mountains National Park, charming Charleston and Savannah, Georgia's sea islands, the Okefenokee Swamp and the beaches of Florida's Emerald Coast.

Paz

Author: Camarin Grae
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Paz from the Author: Camarin Grae. Romantic lesbian adventurer who gains the power to change the world.

Capitula Es Da Paz Feita Entre El Rey Nosso Senhor O Serenissimo Rey Da Gram Bretanha As Quaes Se Concluyram Pelos Diputados Que Nellas Se Diz Em Madrid A 15 De Novembro De 1630

Author: Karl (England, König, I.)
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Capitula Es Da Paz Feita Entre El Rey Nosso Senhor O Serenissimo Rey Da Gram Bretanha As Quaes Se Concluyram Pelos Diputados Que Nellas Se Diz Em Madrid A 15 De Novembro De 1630 from the Author: Karl (England, König, I.).

Understanding Octavio Paz

Author: Jose Quiroga
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 9781570032639
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Understanding Octavio Paz from the Author: Jose Quiroga. In this comprehensive examination of the work of Octavio Paz - winner of the 1990 Nobel Prize for Literature and Mexico's important literary and cultural figure - Jose Quiroga presents an analysis of Paz's writings in light of works by and about him. Combining broad erudition with scholarly attention to detail, Quiroga views Paz's work as an open narrative that explores the relationships between the poet, his readers and his time.

Murder In La Paz

Author: Murdoch Hughes
Publisher: Hard Shell Word Factory
ISBN: 0759934797
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Murder In La Paz from the Author: Murdoch Hughes. Rick Sage rides his Harley down Mexico's Baja peninsula to the desert-by-the-blue-sea oasis of La Paz, a peaceful place with incredible sunsets. Needing a rest from investigating big-city crime, he finds love and refuge beneath orange trees and lipstick-red bougainvillea. When his girl friend, Antiay, is murdered, turning his sunsets to blood red, Sage rides his rumbling Harley along the Cardon cactus lined highway, crossing the peninsula from the Sea of Cortez to Cabo San Lucas on the Pacific coast. Uncovering a scorpions' nest of high-stakes crime infesting the peaceful facade of La Paz, he also begins to unravel Antiay's involvement and her not-so-innocent secret past."

Octavio Paz A Study Of His Poetics

Author: Jason Wilson
Publisher: CUP Archive
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Octavio Paz A Study Of His Poetics from the Author: Jason Wilson. Octavio Paz (1914–1998), the eminent Mexican poet and critic, attempted to evaluate the neglected role of poetry in the twentieth century in terms of a liberating, semi-religious vocation. Jason Wilson, in this study, approaches Paz's poetics through his close relationship with Andr Breton (1896–1966), the surrealist leader. This is a 'spiritual biography' of a poet-thinker (Paz); a study of a fertile relationship (Paz and Breton); a re-evaluation of surrealism itself and, finally, a coping with those acute problems that all poets and readers of poetry must face in an age lacking an acceptable cultural tradition: why write? What is a poem? Who are the genuine poets? Who am I? Wilson analyses Paz's reaction to these related concerns in the poet's examination of 'the values of poetry' in terms of a liberating poetics.

Sor Juana Or The Traps Of Faith

Author: Octavio Paz
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674821064
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Sor Juana Or The Traps Of Faith from the Author: Octavio Paz. A life of the seventeenth-century poet, intellectual, and feminist who became a nun and eventually gave up secular learning, places her in her times and in Spanish intellectual tradition, and examines the contradictions in her personality.

The Collected Poems Of Octavio Paz 1957 1987

Author: Octavio Paz
Publisher: New Directions Publishing
ISBN: 9780811211734
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The Collected Poems Of Octavio Paz 1957 1987 from the Author: Octavio Paz. 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--made its first appearance. Included are the complete texts of "Days and Occasions", "Solo for Two Voices", "A Drift of Shadows", "East Slope", "Toward the Beginning", and more; plus Paz's most recent collection, A Tree Within.

Octavio Paz

Author: Nicholas Caistor
Publisher: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1861895984
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Octavio Paz from the Author: Nicholas Caistor. Both an artist and activist, Octavio Paz won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1990. This recognition was the culmination of decades of work, as Paz strove to marry traditional Mexican poetry with distinctly surrealist and Spanish influences. Along with his work, Paz’s contribution to the intellectual debates of his time, such as those over the role of Mexican art in national identity, cannot be overemphasized. In Octavio Paz, Nicholas Caistor takes a fresh look at Paz’s exquisite poetry and fascinating life. Born during the Mexican Revolution, Paz spent his youth fighting to free Mexico from the ideologies of both the left and right. He traveled to the United States, then to Spain, where he fought with the Republicans against Franco's Nationalists. He eventually served as a diplomat in India before returning to his homeland in 1968, where he again became a vocal opponent of the government. As Caistor demonstrates, Paz’s personal journey in those years was as exciting as his public life. He details here the multiple marriages and passionate friendships that inevitably made their way into Paz’s poetry. Both concise and insightful, Octavio Paz reveals the life that informs a poetry that is deeply expressive—and distinctly political.