Additional Resources for Fable by Octavio Paz

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Chiles, Frances, Octavio Paz: The Mythic Dimension, Peter Lang, 1986, 224 p.

Study of myth and mythmaking in Paz's poetry based
on an analysis of the central theme of solitude versus
communion.

Duran, Manuel, "Octavio Paz: The Poet as Philosopher," in World Literature Today: A Literary Quarterly of the University of Oklahoma, Vol. 56, No. 4, Autumn, 1982, pp. 591-94.

Duran writes that Paz belongs to a select group of
poets "who can expand the limits of poetry until they
invade the realm of philosophy."

Ivask, Ivar, ed., The Perpetual Present: The Poetry and Prose of Octavio Paz, University of Oklahoma Press, 1973, 160 p.

A collection of essays on a variety of subjects in Paz's
poetry, including water imagery, the concept of universalism,
irony and sympathy, the status of the
reader, and the use of images.


Quiroga, Jose, Understanding Octavio Paz, University of South Carolina, 1999, 194 p.

A study of Paz with regard to his...

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