By Jaime Sabines
Los angeles Biblioteca Jaime Sabines pone al alcance de los lectores l. a. 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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Suggests” were perhaps a better word than “expresses,” for this race-character is rather to be divined than recognized. Our comprehension of it might be helped by some definite knowledge of origins; but such knowledge we do not yet possess. Ethnologists are agreed that the Japanese race has been formed by a mingling of peoples, and that the dominant element is Mongolian; but this dominant element is represented in two very different types,—one slender and almost feminine of aspect; the other, squat and powerful.
I myself have become so accustomed to surprises, to interesting or extraordinary sights, that when a day happens to pass during which nothing remarkable has been heard or seen I feel vaguely discontented. But such blank days are rare: they occur in my own case only when the weather is too detestable to permit of going out-of-doors. For with ever so little money one can always obtain the pleasure of looking at curious things. And this has been one of the chief pleasures of the people in Japan for centuries and centuries, for the nation has passed its generations of lives in making or seeking such things.