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Televidente Oscar Hahn Pdf Download

Televidente Oscar Hahn Pdf Download

Televidente is a poetry collection by Óscar Hahn, a Chilean poet and literary critic. The book was published in 1994 by Editorial Universitaria and won the Premio Municipal de Literatura de Santiago in 1995. The title of the book means "television viewer" in Spanish, and the poems explore the relationship between the poet and the media, especially television. The book is divided into four sections: "Televidente", "El ojo del ciclón", "La noche de los vivos" and "El fin del milenio".


The book is not available in digital format, but some of the poems can be found online in PDF files. For example, the poem "Televidente" can be downloaded from [this link], which is a page that contains the text of the poem. The poem is written in free verse and uses images and metaphors related to television, such as channels, screens, remote controls, antennas and cables. The poem also reflects on the effects of television on the poet's identity, memory and imagination.

Another poem from the book that can be downloaded in PDF is "La noche de los vivos", which means "The Night of the Living" in Spanish. The poem can be found at [this link], which is a SoundCloud page that contains an audio recording of the poem read by Julie. The poem is also written in free verse and uses references to horror movies, such as zombies, vampires, werewolves and Frankenstein. The poem also comments on the violence and fear that television broadcasts to the viewers.

Televidente is a book that offers a critical and creative perspective on the role of television in contemporary society and culture. The poems are rich in imagery and language, and challenge the reader to question their own relationship with the media. The book is a valuable contribution to Latin American poetry and literature.


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