José Emilio Pacheco

Poet, novelist, short story writer, and translator José Emilio Pacheco was born in Mexico City. He is considered one of the most important Mexican poets of his generation, and his work is known for its formal control. Pacheco is also a well-known translator of Samuel Beckett, Albert Einstein, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko, among others. His honors and awards include the Mexican National Poetry Prize, the Premio José Asunción Silva Award, and the Cervantes Prize.


ARTICLES FEATURING JOSé EMILIO

Seven Poems by José Emilio Pacheco


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