Non-fiction Rusia en 1931, reflexiones al pie del Kremlin (Russia in 1931, reflections at the foot of the Kremlin), first published in 1931, is a journalistic work describing Vallejo's impressions of the new socialist society that he saw being built in Soviet Russia. Rusia ante el II Plan Quinquenal is a second work of Vallejo's chronicles of his travels in Soviet Russia, focusing on Joseph Stalin's second Five Year Plan.
España, Aparta de Mí Este Cáliz (1939) In España, aparta de mí este cáliz (Spain, Take This Chalice from Me), Vallejo takes the Spanish Civil War (1936–39) as a living representation of a struggle between good and evil forces, where he advocates for the triumph of mankind. This is symbolised in the salvation of the Second Spanish Republic (1931–39) that was being attacked by fascist allied forces led by General Franco. In 1994 Harold Bloom included España, Aparta de Mí Este Cáliz in his list of influential works of the Western Canon.
ISBN 978-0-520-24552-5 (shortlisted for the 2008 International Griffin Poetry Prize) The Complete Posthumous Poetry of César Vallejo (Translators: Clayton Eshleman and José Rubia Barcia), University of California Press ISBN 978-0-520-04099-1 Malanga Chasing Vallejo: Selected Poems of César Vallejo with New Translations and Notes (Edited, Translated and with an Introduction by Gerard Malanga; also includes original and translated correspondence between the translator and Vallejo's widow Georgette de Vallejo) Three Rooms Press. ISBN 978-0-9895125-7-2 (Trade Paperback) and 978-1-9411101-0-2 (ebook). Trilce (Translators: Michael Smith, Valentino Gianuzzi).
No Spanish editorial wanted to publish these books because of their Marxist and revolutionary character. They would later be published in 1973. Novels El tungsteno (1931). A social realist novel depicting the oppression of native Peruvian miners and their communities by a foreign-owned tungsten mine. Towards the kingdom of the Sciris (1928) is a historic short story dealing with the Incan theme. Fabla Salvaje (1924) Literally 'Wild Language', is a short novel which follows the insanity of a character who lives in the Andes. The children's book, "Paco Yunque", was rejected in Spain in 1930 for being too violent for children. But after it was published in Peru in the 1960s, it became mandatory reading in the elementary schools in Peru.
Shepard's previous work, Motel Chronicles, begins with an inscription from a Vallejo poem, "The Nine Monsters": "... never did far away charge so close. " Shepard collaborator Wim Wenders' sequel to his film Wings of Desire (1987), Faraway, So Close! (1993) takes its title from the same poem. American author Charles Bukowski wrote a poem about Vallejo that was included in his posthumously published book, What matters most is how well you walk through the fire.
[Noche Poeta 2023, ] Cesar Vallejo vs. University: Date, time and how to watch the presentationCesar Vallejo vs University LIVE Play this Wednesday January 4th for the Poets Night 2023. The event will start at 20:00 (Peruvian time) and will take place at the Mansiche Stadium. The duel takes place as part of the presentation of the squad of the UCV club, which will play in Liga 1 and the Copa Sudamericana. In addition, today this and other games will be broadcast FREE ONLINE on the La República Deportes website. Cesar Vallejo vs.
He died a week later, on April 15,  a holy, rainy Friday in Paris. It was not a Thursday, as he seemed to have predicted in his poem «"Black Stone on a White Stone"». His death was fictionalised in Roberto Bolano's novel Monsieur Pain. He was embalmed. His funeral eulogy was written by the French writer, Louis Aragon. On April 19, his remains were transferred to the Mansion of Culture, and later to the Montrouge cemetery. On April 3, 1970, his widow, Georgette Vallejo, had his remains moved and reinterred in the Montparnasse cemetery.
The book, originally written in 1931, was not published until 1965. Vallejo in popular culture Guyanese poet Martin Carter dedicated two poems to Vallejo published in Poems of Affinity, (1980).  Sam Shepard, an American playwright who won the Pulitzer Prize, wrote in Cruising Paradise (1997) that Cesar Vallejo is his favorite poet.
Poemas Humanos (1939) Poemas Humanos (Human Poems), published by the poet's wife after his death, is a leftist work of political, socially oriented poetry. Although a few of these poems appeared in magazines during Vallejo's lifetime, almost all of them were published posthumously. The poet never specified a title for this grouping, but while reading his body of work, his widow found that he had planned a book of "human poems", which is why his editors decided on this title. Of this last written work, it was said"...
Shearsman Books. ISBN 978-0-907562-72-6 The Complete Later Poems 1923–1938 (Translators: Michael Smith, Valentino Gianuzzi). ISBN 978-0-907562-73-3 The Black Heralds (Translator: Rebecca Seiferle) Copper Canyon Press ISBN 978-1-55659-199-0 Trilce (Translator: Rebecca Seiferle) Sheep Meadow Press. ISBN 978-1-878818-12-6 The Black Heralds (Translator: Barry Fogden) Allardyce, Barnett Publishers. ISBN 978-0-907954-23-1 The Black Heralds (Translators: Richard Schaaf and Kathleen Ross) Latin American Literary Review Press. ISBN 978-0-935480-43-6 Trilce (Translator: Dave Smith) Mishima Books. ISBN 978-0-670-73060-5 Autopsy on Surrealism (Translator: Richard Schaaf) Curbstone Press.
César Vallejo - WikipediaIn this Spanish name, the first or paternal surname is Vallejo and the second or maternal family name is Mendoza. César VallejoPeruvian poet Cesar VallejoBornCésar Abraham Vallejo MendozaMarch 16, 1892Santiago de Chuco, La Libertad, PeruDiedApril 15, 1938 (aged 46)Paris, FranceOccupationPoet, writer, journalistNationalityPeruvianNotable worksLos heraldos negros, TrilceSignature César Abraham Vallejo Mendoza (March 16, 1892 – April 15, 1938) was a Peruvian poet, writer, playwright, and journalist. Although he published only two books of poetry during his lifetime, he is considered one of the great poetic innovators of the 20th century in any language.  He was always a step ahead of literary currents, and each of his books was distinct from the others, and, in its own sense, revolutionary.
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American poet Joe Bolton adapted several sections of Trilce in his book Days of Summer Gone (Galileo Press, 1990). The Swedish film Songs from the Second Floor (2000), directed by Roy Andersson, quotes Cesar Vallejo's work as a recurring motif. Greek singer and songwriter Thanasis Papakonstantinou wrote a song about Vallejo, sung by Sokratis Malamas. Selected works available in English The Complete Poetry of César Vallejo (Edited and Translated by Clayton Eshleman. With a Foreword by Mario Vargas Llosa, an Introduction by Efrain Kristal, and a Chronology by Stephen M. Hart. ) University of California Press.
His wife remained a controversial figure concerning the publication of Vallejo's works for many years after his death. A regular cultural contributor to weeklies in Lima, Vallejo also sent sporadic articles to newspapers and magazines in other parts of Latin America, Spain, Italy, and France. His USSR trips also led to two books of reportage he was able to get published early in the 1930s. Vallejo also prepared several theatrical works never performed during his lifetime, among them his drama Colacho Hermanos o Los Presidentes de America which shares content with another work he completed during this period, the socialist-realist novel El Tungsteno.
ISBN 978-0-915306-32-9 Cesar Vallejo (Translators: Gordon Brotherstone and Edward Dorn) Penguin. ISBN 978-0-14-042189-7 Neruda and Vallejo: Selected Poems (Translators: Robert Bly and James Wright) Beacon Press. ISBN 978-0-8070-6489-4 I'm going to speak of hope (Translator: Peter Boyle) Peruvian Consulate Publication. Cesar Vallejo: An Anthology of His Poetry (Introduction by James Higgins) The Commonwealth and International Library. ISBN 978-0-08-015761-0 Selected Poems of Cesar Vallejo (Translator: H. R. Hays) Sachem Press. ISBN 978-0-937584-01-9 Poemas Humanos, Human Poems, by César Vallejo, a bilingual edition translated by Clayton Eshleman. Copyright 1968.
after a long silence, as if the presentiment of death might have urged him, he wrote in a few months the Poemas humanos. " Plays Vallejo wrote five plays, none of which was staged or published during his lifetime. Mampar is the subject of a critical letter from French actor and theatre director Louis Jouvet which says, in summary, "Interesting, but terminally flawed". It deals with the conflict between a man and his mother-in-law. The text itself is lost, assumed to have been destroyed by Vallejo. Lock-Out (1930, written in French; a Spanish translation by Vallejo himself is lost) deals with a labour struggle in a foundry.
Reflections at the foot of the Kremlin (Madrid, 1931) and prepared another similar book for the presses titled Russia before the second five-year plan (finished in 1932 but was later published in 1965). Also, he organized two prose books about essay and reflection: Against Professional Secrecy (written, according to Georgette, between 1923 and 1929), and Art and Revolution (written between 1929 and 1931), which bring together diverse articles, some which were published in magazines and newspapers during the lifetime of the author.
Entre las dos orillas corre el río (1930s) was the product of a long and difficult birth. Titles of earlier versions include Varona Polianova, Moscú contra Moscú, El juego del amor, del odio y de la muerte and several variations on this latter title. Colacho hermanos o Presidentes de América (1934). Satire displaying Peruvian democracy as a bourgeois farce under pressure from international companies and diplomacy. La piedra cansada (1937), a poetic drama set in the Inca period and influenced by Greek tragedy. Essay Vallejo published a chronicles book entitled Russia in 1931.