- Author:Merlin H Forster
- Publisher:U.N.C. Dept. of Romance Languags : [distributed by University of North Carolina Press] (1976)
- Pages:178 pages
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Home Browse Books Book details, Fire and Ice: The Poetry . Finally, a recent study in English (Frank Dauster, Xavier Villaurrutia, New York, Twayne, 1971) provides a general background, an. .
Home Browse Books Book details, Fire and Ice: The Poetry of Xavier Villaurrutia. Fire and Ice: The Poetry of Xavier Villaurrutia. By Merlin H. Forster. Xavier Villaurrutia is a major figure in the development of Mexican literature in the twentieth century, and his poetry especially is appropriate for analytical study. Finally, a recent study in English (Frank Dauster, Xavier Villaurrutia, New York, Twayne, 1971) provides a general background, and makes unnecessary a detailed consideration of biography and complete works.
Xavier Villaurrutia y Gonzalez was born March 27, 1903, in Mexico City, and with the exception of the greater part of a year which he spent in the United States as a fellow of the Rockefeller Foundation, he lived, wrote and died in that city. During the 1920’s and 1930’s he was a part of the notable group of close friends now known as the Contemporaneos, ¹ and by the time of his death in 1950 he was widely regarded as one of Mexico’s leading artistic and intellectual figures. Villaurrutia’s public life was active and varied.
by Merlin H. 0884380114 (ISBN13: 9780884380115).
Fire and Ice. The Poetry of Xavier Villaurrutia. 180 p. 6 x 9, notes, index. This study presents the poetry of Xavier Villarrutia, analyzing it on several levels. Paperback ISBN: 978-0-8078-9169-8 Published: January 1976. The final section is an evaluation of the place of Villarrutia’s poetry, and of the author himself, in both Mexican literature and in the larger Western tradition.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required. Publisher: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Department of Romance Studies (January 1, 1979). To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. ISBN-13: 978-0807892169. Product Dimensions: 6 x . x 9 inches. Shipping Weight: 8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies).
Nostalgia for Death is the sole book of Villaurrutia, who was . Today Eliot Weinberger is mostly known for his essays and political articles focusing on . politics and foreign policy.
Nostalgia for Death is the sole book of Villaurrutia, who was one of the few openly homosexual Latin American writers and one of Mexico's most important authors of the early twentieth century. The latest of Eliot Weinberger's brilliant translations of Latin American poets brings to English the major volume of an impeccable Mexican modernist. He first gained recognition from his translations of Nobel Prize winner and poet Octavio Paz. These translations include Collected Poems 1957-1987 and In Light of India.
Xavier Villaurrutia y González (27 March 1903 – 25 December 1950) was a Mexican poet and playwright whose most famous works are the short theatrical dramas called Autos profanos.
Xavier Villaurrutia y González (27 March 1903 – 25 December 1950) was a Mexican poet and playwright whose most famous works are the short theatrical dramas called Autos profanos, compiled in the work Poesía y teatro completos, published in 1953. Xavier Villaurrutia was born in Mexico City in 1903. He studied in the Escuela Nacional Preparatoria (National Preparatory School) and in the Escuela de Jurisprudencia (Jurisprudence School)
This study concentrates on close analysis and evaluation of his poetry
book by Merlin M. This study concentrates on close analysis and evaluation of his poetry. The final section is an evaluation of the poetry itself and of Villaurrutia's place in Mexican literature and in a larger Western tradition.
Three book-length studies have appeared in the last five years alone: Frank Dauster, Xavier Villaurrutia . Directed by Alyce de Kuehne
Three book-length studies have appeared in the last five years alone: Frank Dauster, Xavier Villaurrutia (New York: Twayne, 1971), Eugene Lawrence Moretta, The Poetic Achievement of Xavier Villaurrutia (Cuernavaca: Centro Intercultural de Documentación, 1971), and Merlin Forster, Fire and Ice: The Poetry of Xavier Villaurrutia (Chapel Hill: U. of North Carolina Press, 1974). Directed by Alyce de Kuehne. Puerto Rican Traveling Theatre, New York, . The Guest and The Innocent by Pedro Juan Soto, Pipo Subway by Jaime Carrero.