16 abr. 2008


Oscar Hahn. Apariciones profanas. 2002. 55 pp.

The Chilean poet Hahn makes things so easy for the reader that his work seems to lack essential weight. I didn't have to look up a single word in the dictionary. I don't hate this book as much as the first time I read it. I'm feeling more indulgent now. It's certainly qualified to be one of 9,000.

3 comentarios:

azúcar y acuarela dijo...

Hi there.
I'm wondering if you've read anything by Josefa Parra. If so, what do you think?

Jonathan dijo...

That's a new one for me. I'll have to check it out.

azúcar y acuarela dijo...

Thanks. I'd love to know what you think. She's a young poet from Jerez. Luis García Montero wrote the prologue to her book Alcoba del agua, and, from what I gather, you´re not a big fan of his work . . . In my humble opinion, I like her poems.