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Tablada, José Juan, 1871-1945



  • Existence: 18710403 - 19450802

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Los Mejores Poems / Tablada, Juan Jose., 1943

Identifier: CC-30754-32199
Scope and Contents

These poems were selected by J.M. Gonzalez de Mendoza who also provided an introduction. Tablada's (1871-1945) most famous visual poem Li-Po, is reprinted not in its ideogramatic form (concrete poetic form) but in a linear form. This poem and other visual poems were published as "Li-Po y Otras Poemas, Caracas, 1920. Tablada introduced Haiku poems to Mexican culture. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1943

Obras I - Poesia / Tablada, Juan Jose ; Apollinaire G ; DeZayas M ; Mallarme S., 1971

Identifier: CC-35638-37385
Scope and Contents

This book reprints Tablada's poems published in periodicals and books in chronologic order. Tablada's book, Li-Po y Otros Poemas published in Caracas in 1920 with a visual poem by Marius de Zayas is reprinted in entirety. The poems of this 30 page book are printed mainly in a calligraphic font and are reminiscent of the calligrames of Apollinaire. Thereafter, up until the last poems written in 1933, Tablada returned to conventional poems. -- Source of annotation: Marvin or Ruth Sackner.

Dates: 1971