The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

A bilingual collection presents a representative sampling of the poetry of the avant-garde Chilean writer, Vicente Huidobro 'The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro' is the first major collection of the great Chilean writer's work to appear ...

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811208044

Category: Poetry

Page: 234

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A bilingual collection presents a representative sampling of the poetry of the avant-garde Chilean writer, Vicente Huidobro
Categories: Poetry

Selected Poems

Selected Poems

This selected edition presents an overview of all of Huidobro's work, from 1914 until 1948, when his final, posthumous volume was published, moving from the early symbolist work, through the high avant-garde phase towards the end of the ...

Author: Vicente Huidobro

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ISBN: 1848616546

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Poetry. Literary Nonfiction. Latinx Studies. Edited by Tony Frazer. Translated by Michael Smith, Luis Ingelmo, Tony Frazer, Eliot Weinberger. This selected edition presents an overview of all of Huidobro's work, from 1914 until 1948, when his final, posthumous volume was published, moving from the early symbolist work, through the high avant-garde phase towards the end of the First World War, then through Altazor and Temblor de cielo, the highpoint of his career (both published in 1931), and on into the quieter late poetry which synthesises the previous work and settles down into a post-vanguard style. Also included are two manifestos and two interviews with the author.
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The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811208052

Category: Poetry

Page: 234

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A bilingual collection presents a representative sampling of the poetry of the avant-garde Chilean writer, Vicente Huidobro
Categories: Poetry

The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811208052

Category: Poetry

Page: 234

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A bilingual collection presents a representative sampling of the poetry of the avant-garde Chilean writer, Vicente Huidobro
Categories: Poetry

The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811208052

Category: Poetry

Page: 234

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A bilingual collection presents a representative sampling of the poetry of the avant-garde Chilean writer, Vicente Huidobro
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Poets on the Edge

Poets on the Edge

Poets on the Edge critically explores the relationship between poetry and its context through the work of four Latin American poets: Chilean Vicente Huidobro (1898-1948), Peruvian César Vallejo (1893-1938), Chilean Juan Luis Martínez ...

Author: Jesús Sepúlveda

Publisher: BrownWalker Press

ISBN: 9781627345767

Category: Poetry

Page: 200

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Poets on the Edge critically explores the relationship between poetry and its context through the work of four Latin American poets: Chilean Vicente Huidobro (1898-1948), Peruvian César Vallejo (1893-1938), Chilean Juan Luis Martínez (1943-1993), and Argentine Néstor Perlongher (1949-1992). While Huidobro and Vallejo establish their poetics on the edge in the context of worldwide conflagrations and the emergence of the historical avant-garde during the first half of the twentieth century, Martínez and Perlongher produce their work in the context of the Chilean and Argentine dictatorships respectively, developing different strategies to overcome the panoptic societies of control installed throughout the 1970s and 1980s. Martínez recreates the avant-garde tradition in a playful manner to avoid censorship and also proposes a philosophical poetics to stage a utopian project oriented toward redesigning the house of civilization that has fallen apart. Perlongher unfolds his peculiar Neobaroque sensitivity in order to reshape the complex Latin American identities, culminating his poetic project with two collections written under the influence of ayahuasca-based ceremonies. Poets on the Edge offers the reader a new understanding of the hybrid and edgy nature of Latin American poetics and subjectivity as well as of the evolution of poetry written in Spanish during the twentieth century.
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The Visual Poetry of Vicente Huidobro Jos Juan Tablada and Octavio Paz

The Visual Poetry of Vicente Huidobro  Jos   Juan Tablada  and Octavio Paz

Poems and / as Pictures : A Quick Look at Two and a Half Millennia of Ongoing
Aesthetic Intercourse . ” From Ode to Anthem : Problems of Lyric Poetry . Ed .
Reinhold Grimm ... The Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro . Ed . David M. Guss
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Author: Maria Ines Fleck

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ISBN: UCAL:X55642

Category: Hispanic American poetry (Spanish)

Page: 636

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Categories: Hispanic American poetry (Spanish)

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ISBN: UCSC:32106005850380

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Latin American Textualities

Latin American Textualities

Gottlieb likens the Artefactos to concrete poetry, which was, in the early s, just
coming to the end of its midcentury heyday in Latin America, ... Huidobro, “Arte
Poetica,”in e Selected Poetry of Vicente Huidobro,–; 148 REBECCA KOSICK.

Author: Heather J. Allen

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 9780816537716

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 272

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Textuality is the condition in which a text is created, edited, archived, published, disseminated, and consumed. “Texts,” therefore, encompass a broad variety of artifacts: traditional printed matter such as grammar books and newspaper articles; phonographs; graphic novels; ephemera such as fashion illustrations, catalogs, and postcards; and even virtual databases and cataloging systems.\ Latin American Textualities is a wide-ranging, interdisciplinary look at textual history, textual artifacts, and digital textualities across Latin America from the colonial era to the present. Editors Heather J. Allen and Andrew R. Reynolds gather a wide range of scholars to investigate the region’s textual scholarship. Contributors offer engaging examples of not just artifacts but also the contexts in which the texts are used. Topics include Guamán Poma’s library, the effect of sound recordings on writing in Argentina, Sudamericana Publishing House’s contribution to the Latin American literary boom, and Argentine science fiction. Latin American Textualities provides new paths to reading Latin American history, culture, and literatures. Contributors: Heather J. Allen Catalina Andrango-Walker Sam Carter Sara Castro-Klarén Edward King Rebecca Kosick Silvia Kurlat Ares Walther Maradiegue Clayton McCarl José Enrique Navarro Andrew R. Reynolds George Antony Thomas Zac Zimmer
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Altazor Revised Edition

Altazor  Revised Edition

Revised edition of a Latin American classic in a tour-de-force translation.

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher: Wesleyan University Press

ISBN: 0819566780

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 152

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Revised edition of a Latin American classic in a tour-de-force translation.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Paris 1925 Ordinary Autumn All of a Sudden

Paris 1925  Ordinary Autumn   All of a Sudden

Before attaining his poetic maturity--and this would be through poems written mostly in Spanish--Huidobro wrote these two collections in French and published them in Paris in 1925, the same year that a volume of his manifestos appeared.

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher: Shearsman Books

ISBN: 1848616937

Category: Poetry

Page: 158

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Before attaining his poetic maturity - and this would be through poems written mostly in Spanish - Huidobro wrote these two collections in French and published them in Paris in 1925, the same year that a volume of his manifestos appeared (see below). The two books have never been republished in France, and only in collected editions in Chile.
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Immigrants in Our Own Land Selected Early Poems

Immigrants in Our Own Land   Selected Early Poems

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Author: Jimmy Santiago Baca

Publisher: New Directions Publishing

ISBN: 0811211452

Category: Poetry

Page: 86

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Immigrants in Our Own Land & Selected Early Poems is a new, expanded edition of Jimmy Santiago Baca's best-selling first book of poetry (originally published by Louisiana State University Press in 1979). A number of poems from early, now unavailable chapbooks have also been included so that the reader can at last have an overview of Baca's remarkable literary development. The voice of Immigrants will be familiar to readers of the widely praised Martín & Meditations on the South Valley and Black Mesa Poems (New Directions, 1987 and 1989), but the territory may not be. Most of the poems in this collection were written while the author was in prison, where he taught himself to read and write. All the poems are concerned with the incarcerated or the disenfranchised; they all communicate the sting from the backhand of the American promise. As Denise Levertov has noted, Baca "is far from being a naive realist," but of poverty and prejudice, of material that is truly raw, he "writes in unconcealed passion."
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Three Huge Novels

Three Huge Novels

In 1932, Huidobro offered the set to a Spanish publisher, but was told that the book was too short, and so he wrote two further solo stories. The contents are therefore not three, not huge and not novels.

Author: VICENTE. ARP HUIDOBRO (HANS.)

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ISBN: 1848617240

Category: Fiction

Page: 102

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In 1931, Huidobro and Hans Arp together wrote Tres novelas exemplares (Three Exemplary Novels), a set of wild quasi-surrealist "stories". In 1932, Huidobro offered the set to a Spanish publisher, but was told that the book was too short, and so he wrote two further solo stories. The contents are therefore not three, not huge and not novels.
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Selected Poems

Selected Poems

Author: Octavio Paz Lozano

Publisher: New York : New Directions

ISBN: STANFORD:36105002589013

Category: Mexican poetry

Page: 147

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Categories: Mexican poetry

Equatorial Other Poems

Equatorial   Other Poems

This volume contains the four chapbooks published by Huidobro in 1917-18: El espejo de agua, Ecuatorial (both written in Spanish ), Hallali and Tour Eiffel.

Author: Vicente Huidobro

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ISBN: 184861652X

Category: Poetry

Page: 90

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This volume contains the four chapbooks published by Huidobro in 1917-18: El espejo de agua, Ecuatorial (both written in Spanish ), Hallali and Tour Eiffel. These last two, composed in French, were both marked by textual experimentation and were important influences on the nascent wave of the Spanish avant-garde.
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Sky Quake

Sky Quake

"Mystical, cosmic, exuberant, boisterous, otherworldly, operatic, epic, outlandish. These are just some of the adjectives that apply to this multilingual masterwork of one of the most important poets of the twentieth century.

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher: Co-Im-Press

ISBN: 1947918036

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Page: 134

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Poetry. Latinx Studies. Inspired by the legend of Tristan and Isolde, Vicente Huidobro's SKY-QUAKE: TREMOR OF HEAVEN is a stunning prose poem driven by a relentless seismic energy that takes metaphor-making and image-building to unimaginable heights. Originally published in Madrid in 1931 under the title Temblor de cielo and in Paris in 1932 as Tremblement de ciel, this groundbreaking text stands as one of the most significant bilingual poems of twentieth-century letters. Part love poem, part surrealist narrative, and part philosophical treatise, SKY-QUAKE: TREMOR OF HEAVEN is intimately connected to Huidobro's better-known masterwork Altazor (1931) and stands as a major achievement in Latin American avant-garde poetry, again proving Huidobro's stature among the four giants of Chilean poetry, where he stands shoulder to shoulder with Nobel laureates Gabriela Mistral and Pablo Neruda, as well as his contemporary avant-gardist Pablo de Rokha. Released here for the first time in a trilingual edition with a translation that takes into account both the Spanish and French originals in its Englishing, SKY-QUAKE: TREMOR OF HEAVEN allows translators Ignacio Infante and Michael Leong to bring Huidobro's dynamic and wildly inventive poetic flights to new readers with verve and savvy. Not for the faint of heart and not to be missed! "Mystical, cosmic, exuberant, boisterous, otherworldly, operatic, epic, outlandish. These are just some of the adjectives that apply to this multilingual masterwork of one of the most important poets of the twentieth century. The Gods and wars and ghosts inside Huidobro's language explode off the page, creating an affective experience that is vertiginous, that makes the body and mind quake along with the sky, the word, the image. Huidobro is a singular writer, a legend of the global avant-garde. This sumptuous new translation is a tremendous service to contemporary poetry and to literary history."--Daniel Borzutzky "Vicente Huidobro, the 'citizen of oblivion:' he contemplates from such heights that everything turns to air. He is everywhere and nowhere: he is the invisible oxygen of our poetry."--Octavio Paz
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Skyquake

Skyquake

The poem is also a sustained lyric effusion of a kind that Huidobro had never produced before, and it marks the point at which his work moves on from the barnstorming avant-garderie of his younger years to a more mature style, albeit one ...

Author: Vicente Huidobro

Publisher:

ISBN: 1848616414

Category: Poetry

Page: 80

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Poetry. Latinx Studies. Translated by Tony Frazer. The prose-poem TEMBLOR DE CIELO is more apparently unified work than its contemporary work, Altazor, although this might owe more to its style of delivery: an ecstatic outpouring of words that largely revolve around the themes of love, sex and death. The Isolde to whom much of the poem is addressed is an idealised feminine figure--part goddess, part idealised beloved, part Isolde from Wagner's opera (another ecstatic outpouring on the theme of love, sex and death) and part Ximena Amunátegui, the young woman who had become the poet's second wife. The poem is also a sustained lyric effusion of a kind that Huidobro had never produced before, and it marks the point at which his work moves on from the barnstorming avant-garderie of his younger years to a more mature style, albeit one influenced by surrealism, a movement which Huidobro had previously attacked. It is also the last time that Huidobro was to adopt the god-like narrative persona that occurs in his earlier work. In TEMBLOR, as in some earlier works, God is conflated with the poet-creator, as he is in Altazor, where the opening lines reflect the opening of a love-poem addressed to Ximena that the author published (to great scandal) in the Santiago newspaper, La Nación.
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Book Review Index

Book Review Index

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Publisher: Gale Cengage

ISBN: UOM:39015036834748

Category: Books

Page: 792

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Every 3rd issue is a quarterly cumulation.
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Modern Spanish American Poets

Modern Spanish American Poets

Author: Matthew J. Bruccoli

Publisher: Dictionary of Literary Biograp

ISBN: STANFORD:36105026620828

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 460

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Essays on authors considered to be among the most representative writers of each of the eighteen Spanish-speaking American countries, including the commonwealth of Puerto Rico. Within this context "modern" refers to those poets writing from the 1880s to the early 21st century.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography