Solitaire Venezuela

ON the 85th anniversary of JOSe PASCUAL BUXo behind sea is Spain. Behind the sea what silence of sand and mountains. . Behind the sea, behind always. the barrage of distance, what silent wounds what emplaced deaths! Jose Pascual Buxo. THE voice of the worker of the word Jose he Buxo, author of time of solitude, memory and desire, mouth of Solitaire, matter of death, place of time seems to penetrate into the feelings, human problems, slow, leisurely looking for the word to enlighten him on his way. A tragic sense of his childhood, motivated by war and exile, and a deep attraction to new Spain poetry is perceived in his poetic work. His first poems appeared in literary journals in Spanish exile, as Clavileno.

Jose Pascual Buxo born in Sant Feliu de Guixols, Girona, on February 12, 1931. It only has five years at the outbreak of the war provoked by the military rebellion of general Franco and he had failed eight, when with his family of Republican ideas, leaves his village and embarks on walk the road of exile to France. After six months of stay in this country, they embark on steam Mexique bound for the port of Veracruz, to settle in the city of Mexico. He studied his primary studies and media in schools Madrid and Luis Vives and matriculated in the Faculty of philosophy and letters of the Universidad Nacional de Mexico (UNAM), where he graduated m.a. in Spanish literature, and where he had among his teachers to other Spanish exiles. He married Myrna Soto. He has been Professor of the UNAM and the University of Guanajuato, Veracruz, Puebla, Zulia, Venezuela, Urbino, Italy, and Professor Emeritus at the University of California.

In 1977 he founded the magazine Acta Poetics. Director of the UNAM Mexico Ideas magazine. Contributor to various publications, Plural, Insula, the literary life, magazine of the University of Mexico, Journal of the University of Zulia, Saturday, Semiosis, Unomasuno, lap, the Nacional (Venezuela) and Panorama (Venezuela).