Casa de José Juan Tablada en Coyoacán.

José Juan Tablada, Nocturno Alterno.

Li-po y otros poemas (Spanish Edition)

$9.95
  • Review
  • TAG : See public background info on Juan Tablada
ADD TO CART
  • Nov. 22, 1904 was the birthday of an exceptionally exuberant artist, Miguel Covarrubias (d. 1957) - a Mexican painter and caricaturist, who at the age of 19 moved to New York City armed with a grant from the Mexican government, tremendous talent, but very little English speaking skill. Mexican poet José Juan Tablada and New York Times critic/photographer Carl Van Vechten introduced him to New York’s literary/cultural elite and soon Covarrubias was drawing for several top magazines, eventually becoming one of Vanity Fair magazine’s premier caricaturists… (edit)

    Juan Tablada's immediate neighbors in , are 22 individuals in 7 households.

  • Jose Juan Tablada, Macedonio Fernandez, Ramon Lopez Velarde, Gabriela Mistral, Mariano Brull, Oliverio Girondo, Cesar Vallejo, Vicente Huidobro, Et Al

    José Juan Tablada (April 3, 1871 – August 2, 1945) was a , and, for a brief period, . A pioneer of oriental studies, and champion of Mexican art, he spent a good portion of his life outside his country. As a poet, his work spans from the style to experimentalism; he was especially an early pioneer.

    Author: José Juan Tablada; Antonio Saborit
    Publisher: México, D.F. : Ediciones Cal y Arena, 2008.
    Series: Imprescindibles.
    Edition/Format:  Print book : Spanish : 1. edView all editions and formats
    Database:WorldCat
    Rating:

    (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.

    Subjects
    • Tablada, José Juan, -- 1871-1945 -- Criticism and interpretation.
    • Tablada, José Juan, -- 1871-1945.
    More like this
    • Similar Items

  •  
    make breadcrumbs bigger

    20th-century Mexican writers > José Juan Tablada

    Male poets > José Juan Tablada

    Burials in Mexico > José Juan Tablada

    Mexican poets > José Juan Tablada

    José Juan Tablada (April 3, 1871 – August 2, 1945) was a , and, for a brief period, . A pioneer of oriental studies, and champion of Mexican art, he spent a good portion of his life outside his country. As a poet, his work spans from the style to experimentalism; he was especially an early pioneer.

Jose Juan Tablada/ Luigi Amara/ Rodolfo Fonseca/ Gerardo Rod

José Juan Tablada (April 3, 1871-August 2, 1945) was a famous Mexican poet, diplomat, and art critic. After traveling in Japan in 1900, he began writing and translating haiku. He is known for introducing the poetic form into the Spanish language.