Ecopoemas Nicanor Parra: El cielo se está cayendo a pedazos (Ecolibri) (Hardcover)

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El presente volumen de Nicanor Parra es la primera antología completa, y en edición de lujo, de los ecopoemas del gran poeta chileno, creador de la antipoesía y Premio Cervantes 2011. Por ecopoemas se entienden todas aquellas composiciones del autor dedicadas a la temática ecológica y la conservación del planeta, causa de la que fue militante pionero desde mediados del pasado siglo. El volumen reúne creaciones procedentes de títulos tan fundamentales como Poemas y antipoemas (1954), Ecopoemas (1982) o Poesía política (1983), y a la vez reproduce a gran formato los artefactos visuales del autor, tan geniales e incisivos como los poemas visuales de Joan Brossa. La antología y los comentarios corren a cargo de Niall Binns, profesor de literatura hispanoamericana de la Universidad Complutense de Madrid y especialista en la vida y la obra de Parra.
 
This Nicanor Parra volume is the first complete anthology, and in a deluxe edition, of the ecopoems of the great Chilean poet, creator of anti-poetry and winner of the 2011 Cervantes Prize. By ecopoems we understand all those compositions of the author dedicated to ecological issues and the conservation of the planet, a cause of which he was a pioneering activist since the middle of last century. The volume brings together creations from such fundamental titles as Poems and Antipoems (1954), Ecopoems (1982) or Political Poetry (1983), and at the same time reproduces in large format the author's visual artifacts, as brilliant and incisive as Joan Brossa's visual poems. This anthology and its commentaries are done by Niall Binns, professor of Hispano-American literature at the Complutense University of Madrid and a specialist in the life and work of Parra.

About the Author


Nicanor Parra is a Chilean poet, mathematician, and physicist. He is a key figure of twentieth-century Spanish-American poetry, winner of the Miguel de Cervantes Prize in 2011, and Chile’s National Literature Prize in 1969.


Product Details
ISBN: 9788460834106
ISBN-10: 8460834107
Publisher: Vegueta Ediciones
Publication Date: May 1st, 2021
Pages: 224
Language: Spanish
Series: Ecolibri