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Harvest Books, June 1991. Trade Paperback. Engrossing essays that reflect the author's vast and subtle knowledge of the world. Topics range from the religious rites of the Aztecs to modern american painting, from Eastern art and religion to love and eroticism. Translated by Helen Lane.More
Mariner Books, April 1998. Trade Paperback. "In Light of India" is Paz's celebration of that country and his most personal work of prose to date. As in all of his essays, he brings poetic insight and voluminous knowledge to bear on the subject; the result is a series of fascinating..... More
Arcade Publishing, January 1991. Trade Paperback. The philosopher-man of letters brilliantly reflects on some 16 fellow poets and writers, including Walt Whitman, Robert Frost, and William Carols Williams.More
Harcourt, November 1991. Hardcover. In seven elegant essays that range across centuries and literatures, Paz offers his thoughts on how modern poetry came to be, what makes it modern, and what it may become. Translated by Helen Lane " Previous owner's name.More
W W Norton & Co Inc, November 1988. Trade Paperback. A Tree Within (Arbol Adentro), the first collection of new poems by the great Mexican author Octavio Paz since his Return (Vuelta) of 1975, was originally published as the final section of The Collected Poems of Octavio Paz, 1957-1987. Among..... More