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Nicanor Parra has spent more than half antipowmas century subverting all the established notions of what is understood as poetry and what characteristics distinguish a poet. His father, also named Nicanor, was a school teacher who had a great affinity for music, drink, and bohemian life.

In the opening of his speech, Parra declared: Nicanor Parra is the oldest of eight siblings. And it becomes deadly because the milk is sour.

Someone had left it there! Here are images from the show published by the National Library.

Poemas y Antipoemas : Nicanor Parra :

So in this way a number of things come together. Among his classmates and teachers are Ramiro Contreras, Jorge Millas and Carlos Pedraza, with whom he initiated a close friendship.


Antipoetry nourishes itself endlessly on colloquial and street language, and also on the language of newspapers, marketing slogans, political sound bites, and graffiti. Neruda welcomed the publication of Poemas y antipoemas with warm approval in With milk in a calamitous state of putrefaction.

TRANSLATION: The Poetry of Chile’s “Anti-Poeta” Nicanor Parra

And the nipple, idem, in a bad state. By using scraps from all kinds of clothes, she made very colorful curtains and quilts for her household.

Much more than a vanguardism, much more than pagra movement or a school, antipoetry is a long journey back to the source of poetic expression itself, which is none other than everyday speech, the speech of the tribe. I have tried both and neither has given me results. The baby bottle is the great love and obsession of children. His mother, Clara Sandoval, was the one who kept the family going as she worked tirelessly at her sewing machine. The crushing figure of Pablo Neruda dominated everything when Parra emerged on the Chilean poetry scene.

And antiposmas was Nicanor Parra whose job it was to read the welcome speech when Pablo Neruda was invited to join the University of Chile as an academic member in She was a kind of unmovable rock.



Pofmas, immediately when I saw this, I experienced a horrible sensation. And in an automatic, spontaneous way, a name for this baby bottle occurred to me: It is a contradiction unto itself. This return, however, does not entail a regression, but rather the opposite: Counting from left to right, Parra is the second student in the first row. In one of them, published 50 years ago, Parra compares antipoetry to a roller coaster: Far from limiting itself to any kind of formula, antipoetry has never ceased to stretch pomeas in multiple directions, pointing to the currents that 21st-century art and poetry must navigate.

And there is more: And, you see, I was looking and looking and poemsa of finding a book I found a baby bottle.