Octavio paz' biography

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Octavio Paz Biography
( 1914 – 1998 )

Related Works
Poetry
1933 Forest Moon
1937 Beneath Your Clear Shadow and Other Poems
1937 The Roots of Man
1957 The Sun Stone
1951 Eagle or Sun?1957 Sun Stone
1958 The Violent Condition
1963 Early Poems (1935–57)
1967 Blanco
1971 Configurations
1971 East Slope
1973 Early Poems 1935–55
1979 A Draft of Shadows and Other Poems1981 Airborn
1982 Sister Juana Ines of the Cross; or the Cheaters of the Faith
1984 Selected Poems
1987 Collected Poems (1957–87)
Other
1950 The Labyrinth of Solitude
1956 The Bow and theLyre
1967 Alternating Current
1968 Marcel Duchamp or the Castle of Purity
1969 Conjunctions and Disjunctions
1970 Postscript
1970 The Other Mexico: Critique of the Pyramid
1971 The MonkeyGrammarian
1974 Children of the Mire: Modern Poetry from Romanticism to the Avant Gard
1976 The Siren and the Seashell
1978 Marcel Duchamp: Appearance Stripped Bare
1984 One Earth, Four orFive Worlds
1986 On poets and other essays
1987 Convergences
1996 The Double Flame: essays on love and eroticism

Nobel Prize Web site for Octavio Paz
Academy of American Poets on PazPoet,essayist. Born on March 31, 1914, in Mexico City, Mexico. Paz was exposed to literature at an early age thanks to his grandfather's library. The son and grandson of political journalists, he followed thefamily tradition and became a writer, publishing his first volume of poetry, Luna silvestre, in 1933. Paz was also a skilled editor and helped found a literary magazine called Taller in 1938. Heentered the diplomatic service in 1945 and was later appointed the Mexican ambassador to India, a position he held from 1962 to 1968. Paz resigned in protest over the Mexican government's handling ofstudent demonstrations during the Olympic Games.

Adept at both poetry and prose, Paz moved back and forth between the two genres throughout his career. Poetry, such as Piedra de sol (1957), and...
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