Although he studied mdicine and literature in Mexico City, he has focused most his writing upon his provincial home. During this period he published his first collection, Horal , which revealed some of his major concerns in all of his later writing: the theme of death and despair, a strong sense of alienation and, despite these, a faith in living. Tarumba, of , gained him national attention, in part because of its impassioned and confessional outpouring of violence and aggression, and because of its experimental nature. The lovers are looking for something. The lovers are the ones who abandon, the ones who change, who forget. Their hearts tell them that they will never find.
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Sabines was also a politician. His father, Julio Sabines, was a Lebanese, who emigrated to Cuba with his family, and then settled in Mexico in , where he participated in the revolution.
On the other hand, his mother, Luz Gutierrez Moguel, belongs to the family of Mexican soldiers. Responsible for instilling a love for letters and literature in Jaime was his father.
Education Jaime Sabines grew up in rural Mexico and initially studied medicine to please his father. More photos Career At first, Sabines wanted to become a doctor, so he moved to Mexico City in to begin his studies at the National School of Medicine.
During his studies, he began to realize that he was not born for this profession. Soon after, he decided to start his career as a writer. But life in the capital was very expensive, so he had to return to Chiapas to work at the El Modelo cloth shop owned by his brother Juan.
Sabines took advantage of this season to save money, and also began his first works: Tarumba, the famous poemario. Subsequently, he was a special research fellow at the Center for Mexican Writers, although he did not finish his studies.
At the time, Sabines was completely devoted to literature. Initially, his work did not cause any reaction, even in many cases they were criticized negatively. But this was not an obstacle for the Sabinean, he continued to work on his letter. Jaime Sabines also repeatedly participated in national political life.
For example, in , he was elected federal deputy from the state of Chiapas, his home state, and held this position until The same post occupied him in another district of the federal capital several years later. Sabines was difficult to combine the two areas of his life: politics and literature. His poetry remained outside of the activity and literary tendencies, the question was that due to his political dedication, far from the literary environment, Sabinez could not visit literary circles and made no effort to do so.
In , he managed to publish his first volume of poetry "Choral", a work that stood out for its deep sincerity, this is a model of work between skepticism and expressionism, and whose literary transmission is achieved through even formal balance. It was very doubtful and created a controversial environment, rejecting a penchant for magic poetry. The success and popularity of his poems were such that in he received an offer from the record company Voz Viva in Mexico, where he was asked to record an album with some poems by Sabines in his own voice.
His style does not reject tradition or vulgarity. This poem was written in honor of his late father. Then came the New Recount of Poems , another anthological volume in which previous materials were collected, and Poemas sueltos All these texts were collected in the New Count edition.
The popularity of his works gave them the opportunity to translate into the most common languages. Achievements Sabines was a leading, highly recognized Mexican poet whose poems of love and death struck a chord among his countryman. Also in , he received the National Letter Award.
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