By Jaime Sabines
Los angeles Biblioteca Jaime Sabines pone al alcance de los lectores los angeles obra completa, en cuatro volúmenes, de uno de los más admirados poetas contemporáneos de México. En esta edición, revisada y contrastada con los documentos originales del poeta, se reúnen Adán y Eva (1952) (su primera incursión en l. a. poesía en prosa), Tarumba (1956) y Diario semanario y poemas en prosa (1961), que lo confirmaron como uno de los grandes creadores de l. a. literatura hispanoamericana.
«Un Baudelaire contemporáneo» Donald F. Fogelquist
«Uno de los poetas fundamentales, no sólo de México sino de Hispanoamérica y los angeles lengua castellana» Mario Benedetti
«Uno de los mejores poetas contemporáneos de nuestra lengua. Muy pronto desde su primer libro, encontró su voz. Una voz inconfundible» Octavio Paz
«El gran inconforme, el dueño de una rebelión auténtica» Carlos Monsiváis
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New Haven: Yale UP, 1930. Page 3 Walker, Cheryl. The Nightingale's Burden: Women Poets and American Culture Before 1900. * Watts, Emily Stipes. The Poetry of American Women from 1632 to 1945. Austin: U of Texas P, 1977. TEXTS Poems. 1827. Poems. 1834. Zinzendorff and Other Poems. 1835. Pocahontas, and Other Poems. 1841. Select Poems. 1845. Death of an Infant1 Death found strange beauty on that polish'd brow, And dash'd it out. There was a tint of rose On cheek and lip. He touch'd the veins with ice, And the rose faded.
To Helen" demonstrates how such poetry and beauty would elevate the reader's or perceiver's soul. George Moses Horton said in "The Art of a Poet" that "A bard must traverse o'er the world, / Where things concealed must rise unfurled, / And tread the foot of yore" (lines 1921). " Sexuality, usually a taboo topic in this era, received some attention from these poets. But unlike Whitman, who talked boldly about sexuality, most poets drew a genteel curtain between themselves and the subject. Dickinson, whom Thomas Wentworth Higginson described as a "virgin recluse," said more on this subject than Higginson dreamed.
Every poet in the century wrote on the subject because it was so central a part of living. And though much of the century's verse exhibits a Christian view of death and treats the subject sentimentally, it nevertheless expresses attitudes prevailing during the time. From the earliest verses of Lydia Huntley Sigourney and William Cullen Bryant to those of Sidney Lanier and Lizette Woodworth Reese, nature inspired the century's poets. The vastness and variety of the American landscape evoked essentially three responses from the period's poets.