Pasos

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Joaquín Pasos
... Joaquín Pasos (May 14, 1914—January 20, 1947) was a Nicaraguan poet, narrator, and essayist ... The poem Pasos is best known for was his Canto de guerra de las cosas (The song of the war of things) poem ...
Holy Week In Zamora
... These 'pasos' or figures are physically carried in the shoulders of the cargadores (known in Andalusia as 'costaleros') ... The pasos are set up and maintained by hermandades and cofradías, religious brotherhoods preceding the paso ... Except for a handful of brotherhoods, only male members are allowed to accompany the pasos through the streets of Zamora ...
Joaquín Pasos - Later Writing
... In this phase Pasos reaches his maturity as a writer the poet has hatched from the avant-garde egg enters the world each writer secretly creates ... With an exceptionally rich metaphor with a lyrical self that pends between love and humor Pasos began to write some of America’s most original love poems (“Immense poem ... The Song of the war of things -Joaquin Pasos y tubo q ...
Lucena, Córdoba - Easter Celebrations - Semana Santa
... known for its peculiar and unique way of porting or carrying the "pasos" or processions ... All these "pasos" are formed by at least one sculpture, most of the time hundreds of years old ... Santería can best be appreciated on Easter Thursday (Jueves Santo) where 9 "pasos" take the streets ...
Alicia Kozameh - Life
... and cultural magazines in Buenos Aires during that period, as well as reviews of Pasos bajo el agua, which sold out in six months ... The English translation of Pasos bajo el agua (Steps Under Water) was published by University of California Press in 1996 ... As a consequence of the publication of Pasos bajo el agua in 1987, Kozameh was threatened by members of the Argentine political police ...