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Texte du rabat Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Chapters: Octavio Paz, Homero Aridjis, Alberto Blanco, Juana Inés de la Cruz, Francis... Lire la suite
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 55. Chapters: Octavio Paz, Homero Aridjis, Alberto Blanco, Juana Inés de la Cruz, Francisco Azuela, Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora, Ramón López Velarde, Amado Nervo, Francisco J. Santamaría, Francisco Serrano, Guillermo Prieto, Coral Bracho, Marcos E. Becerra, Rosario Castellanos, Francisco Monterde, Carmen Mondragón, Rosario María Gutiérrez Eskildsen, José Gorostiza, Julio Torri, Elsa Cross, Manuel Acuña, Arturo Meza, Eduardo Martínez Celis, Enrique González Martínez, Alfonso Reyes, Salvador Novo, Alejandro Aura, Noé de la Flor Casanova, José Manuel Recillas, Bernardo de Balbuena, José Emilio Pacheco, Estrella del Valle, Gabriel Zaid, Jesús Gardea, Justo Sierra, David Huerta, Jaime Sabines, Susana Chávez, Tomás Segovia, Carlos Méndez Villalobos, Renato Leduc, Jaime Torres Bodet, Rodrigo González, Margarita Michelena, Jose Tlatelpas, Altair Tejeda de Tamez, Ignacio Manuel Altamirano, Ramón Xirau, Gabriela Brimmer, Pita Amor, Juana Belén Gutiérrez de Mendoza, José Rosas Moreno, Germán List Arzubide, Minerva Bloom, Roberto Solis, José Montalvo, Mario Santiago Papasquiaro, Efraín Huerta, Carlos Pellicer, List of Mexican poets, Francisco González Bocanegra, Manuel Gutiérrez Nájera, Roberto Castillo Udiarte, Sergio Witz, Rubén Bonifaz Nuño, Natalio Hernández, Malva Flores, Xhevdet Bajraj, Gregorio López, Fabio Morabito, Genaro Estrada, Luis María Martínez, Alí Chumacero, Ricardo López Méndez, Pedro Garfias, Abrigael Bohórquez, Manuel Carpio, Gerardo Cornejo Murrieta, Iván Figueroa, Eduardo Arellano Elías, Salvador Díaz Mirón, Hermann Bellinghausen, Francesca Gargallo, Manuel Maples Arce, José Juan Tablada, Carlos Graham. Excerpt: Homero Aridjis (born April 6, 1940) is a Mexican poet, novelist, environmental activist, journalist and diplomat known for his independence. Aridjis was born in Contepec, Michoacán, Mexico, on April 6, 1940, to a Greek father and a Mexican mother; he was the youngest of five brothers. His father fought in the Greek army during World War I and the Greco-Turkish War, when his family was forced to flee from their home in Tire, southeast of Smyrna, in Asia Minor. His mother grew up in Contepec amidst the turmoil of the Mexican Revolution. After nearly losing his life at age ten in a shotgun accident Aridjis became an avid reader and began to write poetry. In 1959 he was awarded a scholarship at the Rockefeller Foundation-supported Mexico City Writing Center (Centro Mexicano de Escritores), the youngest writer to have received the award in the Center's 55-year history. Aridjis has published 41 books of poetry and prose, many of them translated into a dozen languages. His achievements include: the Xavier Villarrutia Prize for best book of the year for Mirándola dormir, in 1964, the youngest writer to receive the prize; the Diana-Novedades Literary Prize for the outstanding novel in Spanish, for Memorias del nuevo mundo, in 1988; and the Premio Grinzane Cavour, for best foreign fiction, in 1992, for the Italian translation of 1492, Vida y tiempos de Juan Cabezón de Castilla. 1492 The Life and Times of Juan Cabezon of Castile was a New York Times Notable Book of the Year. He received the Prix Roger Caillois in France for his poetry and prose and Serbia's highest literary honor, the Smederevo Golden Key Prize, for his poetry. In 2005 the state of Michoacan awarded him the first Erendira State Prize for the Arts. Twice the recipient of a John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Fellowship, Aridj...

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Titre: Mexican poets
Sous-titre: Octavio Paz, Homero Aridjis, Alberto Blanco, Juana Inés de la Cruz, Francisco Azuela, Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora, Ramón López Velarde, Amado Nervo, Francisco J. Santamaría, Francisco Serrano, Guillermo Prieto, Coral Bracho
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Code EAN: 9781156131206
ISBN: 1156131200
Format: Couverture cartonnée
nombre de pages: 56
Poids: 113g
Taille: H246mm x B189mm x T3mm
Année: 2011

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