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Published by Independently Published, United States Eduardo Rene Casanova Ealo illustrator. More information about this seller Contact this seller 4. Devorah Bell illustrator. Language: English. Includes the following songs: Light is not straight, Cry again, Don't lose yourself in me, I don't care, Song for the road, What it was was, October afternoon, Your face passing, Lightbearer, Like beasts, Dancing alone, Toma by you, Bluebird Echo, Protest, boogie, Worried life blues, Childless blues, Terminal blues, Just howl, Drifting, Luv yur big 'b's, Addiction song, Fang's car, Rattlesnake rock, What else blues, How much can a rich man take, and Wolverine roll.

Wolfe Pack was an atypical band that first played in the Shenandoah Valley in Virginia for years. Mostly, we sang Elvis-it was what the dancers wanted, so we complied- they were still fun to sing. After moving to northern Idaho in in , we made up, borrowed and transformed songs at some meetings of the Palouse Poets Collective near Four-mile Creek, Viola, Idaho. The building survived the old bar, gas station, country store, and post office, which were lost to the consolidation madness of progress.

Later we moved the sessions to a cabin in Altazor Forest 75 acres , often around a bonfire at the edge of the Palouse grasses. There were three guitars and three buffalo drums-some songs worked out better in the dark.

Several members moved to a acre forest in Oregon and played around the Umpqua River Valley after we all seem to like river valleys. The band expanded with new members in and played in Bulgaria until we were centered in the Ostretz river valley but played gigs throughout the country, as well as in Greece, Romania and Yugoslavia.

We often played in discos and had to adjust the selections for that surviving venue in Europe. Since then except for a long new year's session every year, we practice using Skype. More information about this seller Contact this seller 5. Published by Shearsman Books, United Kingdom The prose-poem Temblor de cielo is more apparently unified work than its companion, Altazor, although this might owe more to its style of delivery: an ecstatic outpouring of words that largely revolve around the themes of love, sex and death.

The Isolde to whom much of the poem is addressed is an idealised feminine figure-part goddess, part idealised beloved, part Isolde from Wagner's opera another ecstatic outpouring on the theme of love, sex and death and part Ximena Amunategui, the young woman who had become the poet's second wife.

I tend to think that the central impetus for the work is an erotic storm occasioned by the second Mrs Huidobro, notwithstanding the artistic fusion with the other elements mentioned above. The poem is also a sustained lyric effusion of a kind that Huidobro had never produced before, and it marks the point at which his work moves on from the barnstorming avant-garderie of his younger years to a more mature style, albeit one influenced by surrealism, a movement which Huidobro had previously attacked.

It is also the last time that Huidobro was to adopt the god-like narrative persona that occurs in his earlier work. In Temblor, as in some earlier works, God is conflated with the poet-creator, as he is in Altazor, where the opening lines reflect the opening of a love-poem addressed to Ximena that the author published to great scandal in the Santiago newspaper, La Nacion: "Naci a los treinta y tres anos, el dia de la muerte de Cristo" [I was born at the age of thirty three, on the day Christ died].

It should be noted that the author was 33 when he first met Ximena, which gives the imagery another dimension. Seller Inventory AAV More information about this seller Contact this seller 6. Published by Catedra Ediciones About this Item: Catedra Ediciones, Spanish language. More information about this seller Contact this seller 7. Language: French. In , Huidobro published this collection of manifestos to consolidate his position in the avant-garde in the face of the burgeoning new Surrealist movement and also as a reaction to attacks from one Spanish critic in particular, a member of the Ultraist movement, who seemed to want to establish the Spanish avant-garde as an independent force, free of the influence of this loud, self-confident Chilean.

The book appeared in the same year that he published his last two collections of French poetry, one of which demonstrated Dadaist influences, and the other Surrealist influences. Six years later, after some time back in Chile, and periods in Madrid, Paris and New York where he had tried to get into the film world, and failed to do so because of the eruption of the talkies at a time when he was engaged in producing scripts for silent movies , Huidobro produced his two masterpieces, Altazor, written - the author claimed - between and , and Temblor de cielo Skyquake , written in The other work written at this time, i.

The manifestos should be read with some seriousness, but perhaps also with a tongue in the cheek. More information about this seller Contact this seller 8. Published by Theatre Communications Group Inc. A savage examination of the relationship between theater and historical context, Neva is the author's first play, which he directed for its English language premiere at the Public Theater in New York City.

Guillermo Calderon is Chile's foremost contemporary theater artist. Seller Inventory AA More information about this seller Contact this seller 9. Al mismo tiempo divertido y, en cierto sentido, intensamente aterrador. Seller Inventory PEA More information about this seller Contact this seller This selected edition presents an overview of all of Huidobro's work, from until , when his final, posthumous volume was published. Also includes manifestos and interviews.

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Altazor / Vicente Huidobro

Una parte considerable de sus textos ha recobrado extrema actualidad, se ha abierto a una nueva lectura que ilumina dimensiones acaso decisivas de nuestro presente de crisis y anhelo de cambio. Estaba suscrita a revistas culturales francesas que le permitieron al joven poeta informarse detalladamente de la escena parisina y europea. Santiago de comienzos de siglo es una ciudad de alrededor de Todo lo que es original. Odio todos los ruidos de las cadenas que atan.


Vicente Huidobro

This poem in the shape of a book can be classified as an example of the Avant-garde literature movement developed during the first half of the twentieth century. The name "altazor" is a combination of the noun "altura" "altitude" and the adjective "azorado" "bewildered" or "taken aback". The poem is divided in seven "cantos", "songs" , preceded by a preface. These cantos were written over an extensive period of time, from to , and for that reason the topics seem unrelated. The first canto is the longest with almost seven hundred verses, and its content feels metaphysical. In this first canto, the poet introduces himself as "Altazor". The second canto, by contrast, is an ode to women, while in cantos III to VII the author plays with and dismantles the language and its expressive limits.


Huidobro Vicente 1893 1948





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