Joseph Pascual Buxo Poetry

IN THE 85th ANNIVERSARY OF JOSE PASCUAL Buxo “Behind the sea is Spain. Behind the silence of sand sea and mountains. … …………………………. Behind the sea, always behind. Why flood away, how many deaths silent wounds located! “Jose Pascual Buxo. THE VOICE OF THE WORKERS OF THE WORD Jose Pacual Buxo, author of Lonely time, memory and desire, Boca del solo, Subject of Death, Place of time … seems to want to penetrate the feelings, human problems, slowly, slowly looking up the word that will enlighten you on your way.

In his poetry is perceived a tragic sense of childhood, caused by war and exile, and a deep attraction to the poetry of New Spain. His first poems appeared in literary magazines in the Spanish exile, as Clavileno. Jose Pascual Buxo born in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Girona, 12 February 1931. Just five years after the outbreak of war provoked by the General Franco’s military rebellion and had not met the eight, when his family of Republican ideas, he left his people and begins to walk the path from exile to reach France. After six months in this country aboard the “Vapor Mexique” to the port of Veracruz, to settle in Mexico City.

He attended primary and middle schools in Madrid and Luis Vives and enrolled in the Faculty of Arts, National University of Mexico (UNAM), where he graduated as a teacher in Spanish Literature and which had among its teachers to other exiles Spanish. Married Myrna Soto. He has taught at the UNAM and the Universities of Guanajuato, Veracruz, Puebla, Zulia, Venezuela, Urbino, Italy, and Professor Emeritus at the University of California. In 1977 he founded the journal Acta Poetics. Director of the magazine Ideas from Mexico, UNAM. Contributor to various publications, P lural, island, The Literary Life, Journal of the University of Mexico, Journal of the University of Zulia, Saturday, Semiosis, Unomasuno, Vuelta, El Nacional (Venezuela) and Panorama (Venezuela). A member of the Mexican Academy of Language (1983), National University Award for best researcher in the area of Humanities (1995) and Doctor Honoris Causa from the Autonomous University of Puebla (1995). In 1954 his first book of poetry appears Lonely time, which is followed: Elegies (1955), Memory and Desire (1963), Boca del solo (1964), Matter of Death (1966) and Place of time (1974. Among numerous books of essays and literary criticism include: poetry novohispana Gongora (1960), Death and disappointment in the poetry of New Spain (1975), Ungaretti and Gongora (1978), three ways of poetry (Garcilaso, Gongora and Quevedo) (1981), Cesar Vallejo: Criticism and contracritica (1982), The follies of Santa Teresa (Towards a semantics of mystical comparisons) (1983), The lover of Sor Juana (1993) and Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz: Love and knowledge (1996). And among his generation of anthologies note 98. Poetic Anthology (1959) It was said of Joseph Pascual Buxo that is a multiple Latin: Spanish by birth, Mexican by choice, a Venezuelan by vocation … “A multiple Latin American and an employee of the word that expresses energy and voice clear their convictions, while teaching us and we trace the way: “The hidden design of the magnates of today is to reduce human individuals to the mental condition of Passivated clones, unable to thought and stripped of initiative.” Francisco Arias Solis The revolution will distribute the property, peace and harmony among all the inhabitants of the earth … (Phrase Salvochea Fermin glossed in the book: 102 reasons to remember Salvochea). Of Internet Portal for Peace and Freedom and Free Forum.