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Las Mejores Poesias De Amor Mexicanas y Centroamericanas Unknown Binding – 1972

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  • Unknown Binding
  • Publisher: Editorial Bruguera (1972)
  • ASIN: B001TO297S
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,243,211 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Jorge Montagut made it. To bring us part of the vast and still unknown literary richness of Mexico and Centro America.

Let's take a brief look around the chosen poets: From Mexico Manuel Acuña (1849-1873), Manuel M. Flores, Manuel Gutierrez Najera, Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, Ramon Lopez Velarde, Amado Nervo, Rodolfo A Nervo, Ramon Ortega, Manuel Jose Othon, ; from Nicaragua my always admired Ruben Dario, Ernesto Mejia Sánchez,Joaquin Pasos Arguello, ; from El Salvador Claribel Alegria, Juan Coto (who just lived 38), Rafael Garcia Escobar, Francisco Gavidia, Gilberto Gonzalez y Contreras, Alicia Larde de Venturino, Claudia Lars, Serafín Quiteño, Armando Rodríguez Portillo, Gustavo A. Ruiz ; from Costa Rica J.M. Alfaro Cooper, Lisimaco Chavarria, David Chumaceiro, Gonzalo Dobles Segreda, Aquileo Jo Echevarria, Jaime Echevarria, Enrique Saborio, Luis Hine, Julian Marchena, ; from Panama Santiago Anguizola, Jose Guillermo Batalla, Jose Dolores Urriola, Justo A. Facio, Ana isabel Illueca, Demetrio Korsi, Eduardo Maduro, Ricardo Miro, Eda Nela, Maria Olimpia de Obaldia, ; from Guatemala Miguel Angel Asturias (Nobel Prize, 1967), Jose Batres y Montufar, Flavio Herrera, Rafael Arévalo Martinez, ; from Honduras, Claudio Barrera, Roberto Barrios, Rafael Heliodoro Valle, Juan Ramon Molina, Froilan Turcios; from Ecuador Dolores Veintemilla.

Perhaps, the only flaw was the notable absence of the great Eunice Odio, but nevertheless it will be hard for anyone of us to have such magisterial compilation in just one volume.

Since I bought it at the middle seventies, I have read and reread it this book many times.

Inspiring, arresting and invaluable treasure, inch by inch. Recommended for all readers and specially for Literature students.
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