13 Chilean poets - 13 poetas chilenos

13 Chilean poets
of various authors
Editor (s) Hugo Zambelli
Gender Poetry View and modify data on Wikidata
Original title 13 Chilean poets View and modify data on Wikidata
Publication type Anthology
Editorial Printing Rome [ 1 ]
City Valparaiso View and modify data on Wikidata
country Chile View and modify data on Wikidata
Publication date 1948 View and modify data on Wikidata
Format Paper, 19 cm

13 Chilean Poets (1938-1948) is a poetic anthology edited by Hugo Zambelli and published in Valparaíso in 1948. The book contains poems by Chileans Eduardo Anguita , Braulio Arenas , Jorge Cáceres , M. Ferrero, Enrique Gómez Correa , Mahfúd Massís , R. Navia, G. Ossorio, Nicanor Parra , F. Pezoa, Gonzalo Rojas , Antonio de Undurraga and Hugo Zambelli. [ 2 ]

This anthology contains the poems "The trap", "The viper" and "The vices of the modern world" by Nicanor Parra, which years later would be published in the author's renowned book, Poemas y antipoemas (1954). 13 Chilean poets is, in this way, the first book to publish antipoems . [ 3 ]


According to Federico Schopf , a critic said that this anthology included twelve poets plus Hugo Zambelli. [ 1 ]

See also


  1. ^ A b Parra, 2006 , «Prologue. Genealogy and actuality of antipoetry: a provisional balance », by Federico Schopf , pp. LXXVII-CXXXI
  2. ^ "13 [ie Thirteen] Chilean poets" . Worldcat.com . Retrieved November 29, 2015 .
  3. ^ Parra, 2006 , «Introduction, by Niall Binns», pp. XXIX-LXXVI