By Jaime Sabines
L. a. 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 l. a. 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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In any case, listen to this. A few days ago I saw, in one of the poor houses, a tiny and charming little boy, whom I already knew—one of my little friends, in fact. They were preparing him for hibernation. He was yawning and rubbing his eyes, and did not seem in the least discontented. But I could not bear the thought that four or five months of that young life would be thrown away. I spoke to the family and told them that I was prepared to take him with me for the winter. I meant not only that I would relieve them of a mouth to feed, but also that I would try to keep him awake and maintain his interest in life.
The more or less noble landowners of the district have hastened to call on me; most of them, of course, are insupportably provincial, stupid and bigoted. But among them there is one . . a man who . . I might as well speak plainly. He is young, dashing, romantic. He rides like an Englishman. He reads the poets and recites them ardently . . well, why not? After all, he bears one Pastoral I(^ of the oldest names of the region. Like me, he is free and in dependent. ” Well, my love, I can tell you no more of this now.
Great heavens, I hear his voice calling me. . Solange, my soul, what can I say to you? Save your wretched A Translated by John Longrigg Dialogue on the Greater Harmonies I N T H E morning when we rise from bed, although surprised to find ourselves still alive, we are no less amazed that everything is exactly as we had left it the evening before. Thus I happened to be staring in stupid abstraction through my window curtains when my friend Y announced himself with a series of hasty knocks rapped out on the door of my room.
Adán y Eva / Tarumba / Diario semanario y poemas by Jaime Sabines