Elsa Cross - Published Works

Published Works

  • Naxos, Ollín, México, UFSIA: MAG-MEX-B 7813, (1966)
  • Amor el más oscuro (1969)
  • Peach Melba, Sierra Madre, Series: Poesía en el mundo, (1970)
  • La dama de la torre, entitled La canción de Arnaut, Joaquín Mortiz, México, (poetry prize in the concurso nacional de la juventud 1971, 1972), (1972)
  • Tres poemas (Colección Cuadernos de poesía), UNAM, ISBN 978-968-5800-91-4, (1981)
  • Bacantes/Bacchae, Artífice Ediciones, México, ISBN 978-968-6654-05-9, (1982)
  • Canto malabar, Fondo de Cultura Económica, ISBN 978-968-16-2679-2, (1987)
  • Pasaje de fuego, D.F., Boldó i Climent, México, 2 ed., ISBN 978-968-6109-16-0, (1987)
  • Espejo al sol (poemas 1964-1981), Secretaría de Educación Pública, ISBN 978-968-29-2057-8, (1989)
  • El diván de Antar, JM, ISBN 978-968-27-0390-4, (1990)
  • Jaguar, Ediciones Toledo, México, ISBN 978-968-6332-24-7, (1991)
  • Casuarinas (El ala del tigre), UNAM, Coordinación de Humanidades, Dirección General de Publicaciones, ISBN 978-968-36-2020-0, (1992)
  • Moira, Gobierno del Estado, Instituto Chiapaneco de Cultura, ISBN 978-968-6492-87-3, (1993)
  • Poemas de la India, UNAM, (1993)
  • Urracas, Editorial Aldus, ISBN 978-968-6830-45-3, (1995)
  • De lejos viene, de lejos va llegando, Biblioteca del ISSSTE, ISBN 978-968-825-350-2, (1999)
  • Los sueños. Elegías, Conaculta, México, Práctica Mortal, ISBN 978-970-18-3990-4, (2000)
  • Poemas escogidos 1965-1999, UNAM, ISBN 978-968-36-8018-1, (2000)
  • Ultramar (Letras Mexicanas), Fondo De Cultura Economica USA, ISBN 978-968-16-6562-3, (2002)
  • El vino de las cosas: ditirambos, Conaculta, México, ISBN 978-968-411-588-0, (2004)
  • La realidad transfigurada en torno a las ideas del joven Nietzche, UNAM, (1985)
  • Canto por un equinoccio de Saint John Perse, Cuadernos de Humanidades, UNAM-INBA, (1980)
  • El himno de las ranas, Lectorum Pubns (Juv), ISBN 978-968-494-052-9, (1992)
  • Los DOS Jardines: Mistica y Erotismo En Algunos Poetas Mexicanos (La Centena), Ediciones Sin Nombre, ISBN 978-970-35-0291-2, (2003)

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