Audio Recording Mexican poet and essayist Octavio Paz reading from his work
Mexican poet and essayist Octavio Paz reading from his work
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- Mexican poet and essayist Octavio Paz reading from his work
- Mr. Paz reads from his following works: "Aguila o sol?", "Semillas para un himno," "Salamandra," and "Piedra del sol."
- Paz, Octavio, 1914-1998
- Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library of Congress)
Created / Published
- From book "¿Aguila o sol?" : "Trabajos del poeta" (min. 00:03) -- From book "Semillas para un himno" : "Al alba busca su nombre lo naciente" (min. 37:56); "Fábula" (min. 38:55); "Cerro de la estrella" (min. 40:36); "Día" (min. 42:37); "Piedra nativa" (min. 44:32); "Primavera y muchacha" (min. 45:31); "Refranes" (min. 46:41) -- From book "Salamandra": "Madrugada" (min. 49:06); "Garabato" (min. 49:32); "El puente" (min. 50:11); "Cosante" (min. 50:54); "Duración" (min. 52:02); "Temporal" (min. 53:50); "Salamandra" (min. 55:35) -- From book "Piedra del sol" : "Piedra del sol" (min. 1:02:30).
- - Mexico--Prose and Poetry
- - Prose and poems in Spanish.
- - Recorded Mar. 23-24, 1961, at the Library of Congress Recording Labatory, Washington, D.C.
- - Recorded for the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape.
- - Archive of Hisp. Lit. on Tape, p. 375-377.
- - Preservation master. Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Magnetic Recording Laboratory, 1973 or 74. 2 sound tape reels : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track, mono. ; 10 in.
- - Production level cataloging.
- - Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
- 2 sound tape reels (ca. 97 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips, full track ; 10 in.
Call Number/Physical Location
- RAA 42193-42194 (original -- not for playback)
- LWO 3289 reels 1-2 (preservation master)
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Paz, Octavio, and Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. Mexican poet and essayist Octavio Paz reading from his work. 1961. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/93842718/.
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Paz, O. & Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. (1961) Mexican poet and essayist Octavio Paz reading from his work. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/93842718/.
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Paz, Octavio, and Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. Mexican poet and essayist Octavio Paz reading from his work. 1961. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/93842718/>.