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El arco y la lira. El poema, la revelación…
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El arco y la lira. El poema, la revelación poética, poesía e historia… (original 1956; edition 2005)

by Paz Octavio (Author)

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In The Bow and the Lyre Octavio Paz, one of the most important poets writing in Spanish, presents his sustained reflections on the poetic phenomenon and on the place of poetry in history and in our personal lives. It is written in the same prose style that distinguishes The Labyrinth of Solitude. The Bow and the Lyre will serve as an important complement to Paz's poetry. Paz's discussions of the different aspects of the poetic phenomenon are not limited to Spanish and Spanish American literature. He is almost as apt to choose an example from Homer, Vergil, Blake, Whitman, Rimbaud as he is from Lope de Vega, Jiménez, Darío, Neruda. In writing these essays, he draws on his vast storehouse of knowledge, revealing a world outlook of ample proportions. In reading these essays, we share the observations of a searching, original, highly cultivated mind.… (more)
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Title:El arco y la lira. El poema, la revelación poética, poesía e historia (Seccion de Lengua y Estudios Literarios) (Spanish Edition)
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The Bow and the Lyre: The Poem, the Poetic Revelation, Poetry and History by Octavio Paz (1956)

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Librería 7. Estante 5.
  atman2019 | Dec 30, 2019 |
Reflexiones de Octavio Paz sobre el fenómeno poético. En la primera parte del libro, examina la naturaleza del poema y hace un análisis de sus componentes: lenguaje, ritmo e imagen. En la segunda parte, examina las diferencias y semejanzas entre la experiencia poética y la religiosa, dedica un capítulo al tema de la inspiración y concluye afirmando que la experiencia poética es irreductible a cualquier otra.
  Fondo | Jun 4, 2010 |
Reflexiones de Octavio Paz sobre el fenómeno poético. En la primera parte del libro, examina la naturaleza del poema y hace un análisis de sus componentes: lenguaje, ritmo e imagen. En la segunda parte, examina las diferencias y semejanzas entre la experiencia poética y la religiosa, dedica un capítulo al tema de la inspiración y concluye afirmando que la experiencia poética es irreductible a cualquier otra.
  Fondo | Jun 4, 2010 |
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  cursonivel1 | May 2, 2007 |
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In The Bow and the Lyre Octavio Paz, one of the most important poets writing in Spanish, presents his sustained reflections on the poetic phenomenon and on the place of poetry in history and in our personal lives. It is written in the same prose style that distinguishes The Labyrinth of Solitude. The Bow and the Lyre will serve as an important complement to Paz's poetry. Paz's discussions of the different aspects of the poetic phenomenon are not limited to Spanish and Spanish American literature. He is almost as apt to choose an example from Homer, Vergil, Blake, Whitman, Rimbaud as he is from Lope de Vega, Jiménez, Darío, Neruda. In writing these essays, he draws on his vast storehouse of knowledge, revealing a world outlook of ample proportions. In reading these essays, we share the observations of a searching, original, highly cultivated mind.

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