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 los angeles 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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And indeed, she gave me a family por trait: a picture of herself and her husband. ” Then we drank vodka; the Chinese get drunk in the same way the Russians do: we embraced and said muddled pleasantries in a great mixture of languages. I was led to the car— in the after-rain darkness and puddles— it was as though we were CHINESE STORY 43 playing “pile-up”— twenty people or so holding onto one another so as to stand up together. . ) with stony faces—just like masks— in such thin voices that one wonders where they come from.
This was in the evening; I stood on a little terrace, and— I swear to God— I felt like crying at the beauty of the sky rent by lightning and roaring with thunder. . ” and— began kissing my hand, then bit it to bruising. ” Chiang, after a brief conference, said that her husband reckoned it didn’t matter, let her kiss— later we’ll carry her out into the rain. At this point she wanted to kiss me on the cheek— I ran away; she got angry, said something angrily in Chinese; I understood nothing and turned to the translator.
This morning my fellow countrymen and I took a motorboat and went to the coast to have a look at the Pacific. The trip there took two hours, the one back— three hours; we had lunch there. We kept passing junks and sampans, and the Empress of Canada passed us— it is one of the sixty-thousand-ton ships on which Americans make tours around the world lasting six months; it is a huge thing on which more people live than in Kolomna. I lounged about the deck in the sun and wind (now my hands and face smart with sun 40 CHINESE STORY burn), and my thoughts blew with the wind.
Adán y Eva / Tarumba / Diario semanario y poemas by Jaime Sabines