Uncertainty stalks Octavio Paz. In Light of India is Paz’s return to issues addressed in his poems of India that were inspired by his residence there three decades. Octavio Paz has 12 ratings and 0 reviews. Studienarbeit aus dem Jahr im Fachbereich Romanistik – F cher bergreifendes, Note: 1,7, Friedrich-Alexande. Octavio Paz pasó unos seis años en la India en calidad de embajador de México . En Vislumbres de la India, que “es ante todo, una colección de intuiciones.
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Vislumbres de la India
The paradoxes of a troubled nation are persistent, and Paz revisits the unfathomable facets of India with an eye on his Mexican homeland. View or edit your browsing history.
Beginning with Ladera estePaz turns to the world of the Orient in order to further explore these ideas. The second half is less personal and more esoteric- an attempt to explain Indian religious diversity.
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Yet this same Orientalist tendency in the case of Paz has much less to do with political interest in India, than it seems to be related to his own interest in Mexico. Introduction 1 Consider the immense sky, the density of vegetation net of leaf and branch, root and boughthe clarity of the path that stretches through the chaos of the forest and the lone traveler beginning his march to an end that remains unseen. See our Returns Policy. Describing his methodology, Octsvio explains that he seeks to question his discursive practice:.
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Aida rated it liked it Mar octxvio, Alexa Df Analytics for the Web. Harvard University Press, Again, Clifford offers us the historical perspective on this phenomenon:. Yet by deconstructing language, through the systematic undermining of the discursive act, Paz creates a text that refuses to submit itself to an ethnographic reading in which the writer becomes an authority on the Other.
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