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Manifestos of Surrealism (first published in 1924) was written by André Breton, the father of surrealism in literature, and presents the basic tenets of the French surrealist movement in literature.

The Labyrinth of Solitude (1950), Paz's most celebrated work, is a long essay on Mexican culture that focuses on its roots in the ancient history of native Indian civilizations combined with the influence of Spanish colonization.

lAguila o sol?/Eagle or Sun? (1951), by Octavio Paz, is a collection of prose poems concerned with Mexican history and culture and the role of the poet in modern society.

Burnt Water (1980), by the celebrated Mexican novelist and short story writer Carlos Fuentes, is a collection of twelve stories first published between 1954-1980.

Selected Poems (1990) is a collection of poetry by Chilean poet Pablo Neruda, perhaps the most celebrated Latin-American poet of the twentieth century...

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