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This page is available to subscribers. Click here to sign in or get access. In the English-language world, Paz has obviously come out the winner, in terms of sheer readership and international visibility—for him the complicated process of world literature canonization can be at least partially attributed to the fortunate combination of superbly talented translator Eliot Weinberger, his first English-language publishers at New Directions , and, eventually, the Nobel Prize, which he won in after winning the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in Paz was a formidable presence, an institution in the Mexican literary world, and his shadow still looms large. In addition to his career as a poet, Huerta was an important film critic—his work remains influential in Mexico and throughout Latin America—and a political activist significantly to the left of Paz. Like Revueltas, Huerta was kicked out of the Mexican Communist Party in the early s for his restless questioning of the status quo.

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This page is available to subscribers. Click here to sign in or get access. In the English-language world, Paz has obviously come out the winner, in terms of sheer readership and international visibility—for him the complicated process of world literature canonization can be at least partially attributed to the fortunate combination of superbly talented translator Eliot Weinberger, his first English-language publishers at New Directions , and, eventually, the Nobel Prize, which he won in after winning the Neustadt International Prize for Literature in Paz was a formidable presence, an institution in the Mexican literary world, and his shadow still looms large.

In addition to his career as a poet, Huerta was an important film critic—his work remains influential in Mexico and throughout Latin America—and a political activist significantly to the left of Paz. Like Revueltas, Huerta was kicked out of the Mexican Communist Party in the early s for his restless questioning of the status quo.

In the s, Huerta founded the avant-garde school of Crocodilism—a name that competes with the Colombian Nothing-ists for top slot on my personal list of favorite avant-garde endonyms from Latin America—which earned him his enduring nickname, El Gran Cocodrilo. The best are characterized by their subversive humor and the shameless punning that makes many of them almost impossible to translate. World Literature Today published his first literary translation in , and he has served the magazine as contributing editor since Book Reviews.

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Born and raised in the state of Guanajuato , he moved to Mexico City initially to start a career in art. He had been writing poetry since he was young, but initially opted to attend law school; however, when he published his first book of poems, he left it to pursue writing full-time. As a poet, he published regularly from the s to the s, and as a journalist collaborated with over twenty newspapers and journals, under his own name and using pseudonyms. He was also active politically, a communist and Stalin supporter through his life with his social and political ideas finding their way into his writing. Poetically, he is part of the Taller generation of Mexican poets, although his development was a bit different from others in this group. Huerta's father remained in Irapuato where the poet visited him on occasion as a teenager.

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