Vallejo

ANDES

Camilo Fernández Cozman
David Sobrevilla [Sobrevilla articles full text]
Gonzalo Portocarrero
Juan Zevallos Aguilar
Martín Tanaka
Posthegemony
Sol negro: Poesía y poéticas
Yachana

TEXTOS

Madrid interview 1931 – Paris Review

COMENTARIO Y CRITICA

César Vallejo: La otra pluma del poeta. Miguel Ángel Cárdenas. El Comercio 24.IV.2008. Referencias y enlaces buenos.
C.V. y el humor. In Espéculo. Revista de estudios literarios. Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

RECURSOS

Biblioteca de José Carlos Mariátegui
Biblioteca UNMSM
Centro de Estudios Literarios Antonio Cornejo Polar
Documentales Perú
Instituto de Estudios Vallejianos
Institut français d’études andines (IFEA)

Mariátegui Internet Archive
Video Biografía de José Carlos Mariátegui

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One Response to Vallejo

  1. lb says:

    Look at what Wikipedia says in Fall 2011:

    English:

    César Vallejo: A Critical Bibliography of Research, Stephen M Hart, 2002
    César Vallejo: The Dialectics of Poetry and Silence, Jean Franco, 1976
    The Catastrophe of Modernity: Tragedy and the Nation in Latin American Literature, Patrick Dove, 2004
    The Poem on the Edge of the Word: the Limits of Language and the Uses of Silence, D.C. Niebylski, 1993
    Vallejo, Xavier Abril, 1958
    The Poetry and Poetics of Cesar Vallejo: the Fourth Angle of the Circle, Adam Sharman, 1997
    Wounded Fiction: Modern Poetry and Deconstruction, Joseph Adamson, 1988
    Homage to Vallejo, Christopher Buckley, 2006
    Trilce I: a Second Look, George Gordon Wing, 1972
    Neruda and Vallejo in Contemporary United States Poetry, Mark Jonathan Cramer, 1976
    “Vallejo on Language and Politics,” Letras hispanas: Revista de literatura y cultura, Rolando Pérez, 2008.
    http://letrashispanas.unlv.edu/vol5iss2/perez.htm; http://letrashispanas.unlv.edu/vol5iss2/perez.pdf
    “César Vallejo’s Ars Poética of Nonsense: A Deleuzean Reading of Trilce.” Dissidences: Hispanic Journal of Theory and Criticism, Rolando Pérez, 2008. http://www.dissidences/4PerezVallejo.html

    Spanish:

    César Vallejo, el poeta y el hombre / Ricardo Silva-Santisteban. Lima, 2010
    Recordando a Vallejo: La Bohemia de Trujillo / Luis Alva Castro, Luis. http://www.Tribuna-us.com
    Ensayos vallejianos / William Rowe., 2006
    César Vallejo al pie del orbe / Iván Rodríguez Chávez., 2006
    Alcance filosófico en Cesar Vallejo y Antonio Machado / Antonio Belaunde Moreyra., 2005
    César Vallejo : estudios de poética / Jesús Humberto Florencia., 2005
    Poéticas y utopías en la poesía de César Vallejo / Pedro José Granados., 2004
    César Vallejo : muerte y resurrección / Max Silva Tuesta., 2003
    César Vallejo, arquitecto de la palabra, caminante de la gloria / Idelfonso Niño Albán., 2003
    Algunos críticos de Vallejo y otros ensayos vallejianos / César Augusto Angeles Caballero., 2002
    César Vallejo en la crítica internacional / Wilfredo Kapsoli Escudero., 2001
    César Vallejo y el surrealismo / Juan Larrea., 2001
    César Vallejo y la muerte de Dios / Rafael Gutiérrez Girardot., 2000
    César Vallejo / Víctor de Lama., 2000
    Recopilación de textos sobre César Vallejo / Raúl Hernández Novás., 2000
    Mi encuentro con Vallejo; Prólogo de Luis Alva Castro / Antenor Orrego. Bogotá: Tercer Mundo Editores, 1989. ISBN 938-601-224-7
    Antenor Orrego y sus dos prólogos a Trilce / Manuel Ibáñez Rosazza. Trilce Editores: Trujillo, 1995
    César Vallejo, Sus mejores obras. Ediciones Perú: Lima, 1962
    César Vallejo, vida y obra / Luis Monguió. Editora Perú Nuevo: Lima, 1952
    César Vallejo (1892-1938); Vida y obra, Revista Hispánica Moderna, New York, 1950.

    [edit] Miscellany

    The American dramatist, actor, and short story writer Sam Shepard writes in Cruising Paradise that Cesar Vallejo is his favorite poet. Shepard’s previous book of stories and poems, Motel Chronicles, begins with an inscription from a Vallejo poem, “…never did far away charge so close.”

    American poet Joe Bolton adapted several sections of Trilce in his book Days of Summer Gone (Galileo Press, 1990).

    American poet Charles Bukowski wrote a poem about vallejo in his book “what matters most is how well you walk through the fire”

    The Puerto Rican poet and novelist Giannina Braschi pays homage to Cesar Vallejo’s “Los Heraldos Negros” in the poetry trilogy “Empire of Dreams” (Yale, 1994).

    The Swedish movie Songs from the Second Floor (2000) quotes Cesar Vallejo’s work as a recurring motif.

    “César Vallejo – Xxviii”, Folkways Records, ASIN B000UXU4ZI, January 1, 1960

    [edit] External links
    Wikimedia Commons has media related to: César Vallejo

    Information about Vallejo from the Academy of American Poets
    Griffin Poetry Prize biography, including audio and video clips of Guillermo Verdecchia reading Clayton Eshleman’s translation of Vallejo’s Guitar

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