Fuente: Paz, Octavio. Mexico City: Cuadernos Americanos, Nuestro recelo provoca el ajeno. Hay un misterio mexicano como hay un misterio amarillo y uno negro.
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El viaje de los cantores como la dramatización de “La dialéctica de la soledad”
After some editions included the essay "Post data", which discusses the massacre of hundreds of Mexican students in Paz abandoned his position as ambassador in India in reaction to this event. The essays are predominantly concerned with the theme of Mexican identity and demonstrate how, at the end of the existential labyrinth, there is a profound feeling of solitude. Solitude is the profoundest fact of the human condition. Man is the only being who knows he is alone, and the only one who seeks out another. His nature — if that word can be used in reference to man, who has 'invented' himself by saying 'no' to nature — consists of his longing to realize himself in another.
El laberinto de la soledad