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The modern Mexican essay

Author: José Luis Martínez
Publisher: [Toronto] University of Toronto Press [1965]
Series: Heritage.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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<P>Professor Hilborn has aimed primarily at presenting a Mexican national outlook, in the hope that more people may be led to interest themselves in the psychological and spiritual aspects of Mexican culture.</P>
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Genre/Form: Translations
Translations into English
Electronic books
Traductions anglaises
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Martínez, José Luis, 1918-2007.
Modern Mexican essay.
[Toronto] University of Toronto Press [1965]
(DLC) 65009084
(OCoLC)347054
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: José Luis Martínez
ISBN: 9781487577520 1487577524
OCLC Number: 1085567586
Language Note: Translation of El ensayo mexicano moderno.
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [S.l.] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 524 pages) : map (on lining papers).
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Cover; TRANSLATOR'S PREFACE, by Harry W. Hilborn; INTRODUCTION, by José Luis Martínez; Justo Sierra (1848-1912); Prologue to the Poems of Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera; The Festival of Sodzil; Discourse at the Inauguration of the National University; José López Portillo y Rojas (1850-1923); Prologue to The Plot of Land; Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera (1859-1895); Aesthetics of Prose; Francisco A. de Icaza (1863-1925); Mexican Letters; Luis G. Urbina (1868-1934); Origin and Character of Mexican Literature; Amado Nervo (1870-1919); Let's Speak of Writers and Literature; Rafael López (1875-1943) Provincial MayorsJosé Vasconcelos (1881- ); Sadness; Books I Read Sitting and Books I Read Standing; Glad Pessimism; The Embittered; Carlos González Peña (1885-1955); Provincial Slumber; Martín Luis Guzmán (1887- ); My Friend Credulity; The Unpopularity of the Senses; Ramón López Velarde (1888-1921); Masterpiece; In the Ancestral Home; The New Homeland; Ashes and Poplars; The Punitive Flower; Meditation on the Public Walk; Joseph of Arimathea; Filth; The Rout of Language; Mother Earth; Alfonso Reyes (1889- ); Palinode on Dust; Aristarchus or the Anatomy of Criticism Parrasio or Moral PaintingBorn in '89; Notes on the American Mind; Manuel Toussaint (1890-1955); The House of Sugar-paste in Puebla; American Art; Jesús Silva Herzog (1892- ); Meditations on Mexico; Ermilo Abreu Gómez (1894- ); Literary Reflections; Julio Jiménez Rueda (1896- ); Mexico in Search of Her Expression; Alfonso Caso (1896- ); Is the Mexican Indian a Mexican?; Samuel Ramos (1897-1959); Psycho-analysis of the Mexican; Creole Culture; Daniel Cosío Villegas (1900- ); American Problems; Jaime Torres Bodet (1902- ); Reflections on the Novel; Duty and Honour of the Writer Xavier Villaurrutia (1903-1950)Painting Unmarked; The Face and the Portrait; The Poetry of Ramón López Velarde; Jorge Cuesta (1903-1942); Modern Art; Salvador Díaz Mirón; French Culture in Mexico; Mexican Classicism; Augustin Yáñez (1904- ); Meditations on the Indigenous Soul; Justino Fernández (1904- ); Orozco, Genius of America; César Garizurieta (1904- ); Catharsis of the Mexican; Andrés Iduarte (1907- ); Cortez and Cuauhtémoc: Hispanicism, Indigenism; Antonio Gómez Robledo (1908- ); Philosophy and Language; Leopoldo Zea (1912- ); Concerning an American Philosophy; Octavio Paz (1914- ) Introduction to the History of Mexican PoetryThe Disembodied Word; José E. Iturriaga (1914- ); The Character of the Mexican; Arturo Arnáiz y Freg (1915- ); Panorama of Mexico; Emilio Uranga (1921- ); The Mexican and Humanism; Pablo González Casanova (1922- ); Propaganda or the New Rhetoric
Series Title: Heritage.
Responsibility: translated by H.W. Hilborn.

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<P>Professor Hilborn has aimed primarily at presenting a Mexican national outlook, in the hope that more people may be led to interest themselves in the psychological and spiritual aspects of Mexican culture.</P>

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