Browse through Nicanor Parra's poems and quotes. 7 poems of Nicanor Parra He describes himself as an "anti-poet," due to his distaste for standard poetic pomp and function-after recitations he would exclaim Me retracto de todo l. .
Browse through Nicanor Parra's poems and quotes. 7 poems of Nicanor Parra. Still I Rise, The Road Not Taken, If You Forget Me, Dreams, Annabel Lee. Nicanor Parra Sandoval is a mathematician and poet born in San Fabián de Alico, Chile, who has been. He describes himself as an "anti-poet," due to his distaste for standard poetic pomp and function-after recitations he would exclaim Me retracto de todo lo dicho, or, "I take back everything I said". Parra comes from the artistically prolific Chilean Parra family of performers, musicians, artists, and writers. His sister, Violeta Parra, is possibly the most.
ISBN 13: 9780224613965. ISBN 10: 0224613960 ISBN 13: 9780224613965. Publisher: Cape, 1968.
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Poem Hunter all poems of by Nicanor Parra poems. Best Poem of Nicanor Parra. While some poems, or anti poems are interesting, simply by saying they are anti poems is pomposity incarnate. Write as you will In whatever style you like Too much blood has run under the bridge To go on believing That only one road is right.
July 1968, Jonathan Cape Children's Books.
Nicanor Parra’s collection Antipoems: How to Look Better and Feel Great is a drop of pure joy into a weary heart. Parra, who has been heavily praised by fellow poets such as Roberto Bolaño and Pablo Neruda, and touted by Harold Bloom as an ‘obvious’ choice for the Nobel Prize, has a literary toolkit overflowing with wit and humor and a strong base of Shakespearean education to construct his satirical ‘antipoetry’.
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A listing of the titles appears in The Death of Lysanda, Yitzhak Orpaz (p. 110).
Parra’s work has been translated into English in the collections Poems and Antipoems (1967), Antipoems: New and Selected (1985), Antipoems: How to Look Better & Feel Great (trans. Liz Werner, 2004), and After-Dinner Declarations (trans. Dave Oliphant, 2009).
Of Parra's more recent work, there are generous selections from Artifacts (1972), Sermons and Preachings of the Christ of Elqui (1977), New Sermons and Preachings of the Christ of Elqui(1979), Jokes to Mislead the Police (1983), Ecopoems (1983), Recent Sermons(1983), and a section of "Uncollected Poems" (1984).