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The perpetual present; the poetry and prose of Octavio Paz.

Author: Ivar Ivask; University of Oklahoma. Department of Modern Languages.
Publisher: Norman, University of Oklahoma Press [1973]
Edition/Format:   Book : State or province government publication : English : [1st ed.View all editions and formats
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Named Person: Octavio Paz; Octavio Paz; OCTAVIO PAZ; Octavio Paz; Octavio Paz
Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ivar Ivask; University of Oklahoma. Department of Modern Languages.
ISBN: 0806110481 9780806110486
OCLC Number: 695076
Notes: Includes papers originally presented at a Paz conference sponsored by the Dept. of Modern Languages of the University of Oklahoma and Books abroad.
Description: xiv, 160 p. illus. 26 cm.
Contents: Sucre, G. Octavio Paz: poetics of vivacity. --
Paz, O. "Paisaje inmemorial." "Immemorial landscape," translated by T. J. Lewis. --
Guibert, R. Paz on himself and his writing: selections from an interview. --
Needleman, R. Poetry and the reader. --
Rodríguez-Monegal, E. Borges and Paz: toward a dialogue of critical texts. --
Phillips, A. W. Octavio Paz: critic of modern Mexican poetry. --
Durán, M. Irony and sympathy in Blanco and Ladera este. --
Gullón, R. The universalism of Octavio Paz. --
Palau de Nemes, G. Octavio Paz: invention and tradition; or, The metaphor of the void. --
Dehennin, E. Stone and water imagery in Paz's poetry. --
Phillips, R. Woman in sleep: some reflections on the eye of the beholder. --
Segovia, T. Poetry and poetics in Octavio Paz. --
Xirau, R. Octavio Paz: image, cycle, meaning. --
Guillén, J. and others. Tributes to Octavio Paz. --
Tarn, N. Olvido inolvidable. --
Octavio Paz: a biographical sketch. --
Roggiano, A. A. Bibliography by and on Octavio Paz (p. 133-157). --
Octavio Paz in Books abroad, 1951-1973 (bibliographical: p. 159-180)
Responsibility: Edited by Ivar Ivask.

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