Additional Resources for My Life with the Wave by Octavio Paz

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Brandon, Ruth, Surreal Lives: The Surrealists, 1917—1945, Grove Press, 1999.

Brandon provides a history of the French surrealist movement in literature and the arts.

Longhena, Maria, Ancient Mexico: The History of the Maya, Aztecs, and Other Pre-Columbian Peoples, Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 1998.

Longhena presents an illustrated history of the native cultures of ancient Mexico.

Paz, Octavio, Sun Stone, translated by Muriel Rukeyser, New Directions, 1963.

First published in 1957, Sun Stone is a long poem that is considered Paz's greatest poetic achievement. The title refers to the ancient Aztec calendar, and combines elements of personal remembrance, historical events, and mythological traditions.

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

Quiroga provides a critical introduction to the major works of Paz.

Reavis, Dick J., Conversations with Moctezuma: Ancient Shadows over Modern Life in Mexico, Morrow, 1990.

Reavis provides an assessment of the lasting impact of the native cultures of ancient...

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