México, D.F: Fondo de Cultura Economica, 2016. First Edition. Paperback. 131p., illus., facsimiles, graphics, bibl., wrps. New. Item #61309
"De la intimidad" is a collection of critical essays on Mexican poetic tradition, from an angle that makes it possible to simultaneously observe private and the public lives, as well as the subjective and political. The analyses examine the work of consecrated poets such as Ramón López Velarde, Octavio Paz and José Emilio Pacheco, as well as contemporary writers such as Jorge Fernández Granados, Ángel Ortuño and Luigi Amara. Through this work, author Luis Vicente de Aguinaga illustrates that poets always face the same questions and are all on the same constant search for both the other and of himself through words.