Google Doodle marks 100th birth anniversary of Octavio Paz

Monday’s Google Doodle marks the 100th birth anniversary of Octavio Paz. It’s on selected countries homepage, Mexican poets Google Doodle landed on 31st March 2014.

Google Doodle marks 100th birth anniversary of Octavio Paz
Google Doodle marks 100th birth anniversary of Octavio Paz(March 31, 2014)

Google Doodle for Paz is designed as if he is drawing it on the sky. Entire logo is transformed in to a new look to make it dedicated for the famous poet and politician from Mexico. Paz is one of the most influential poets of last century.

Born in Mexico, on 31st March 1914 Paz started his career as a author in early ages of his life itself. His first set of poems were out at the age of 17. Paz was the winner of many awards including Miguel De Cervantes Prize, Peace Prize for German Book Trade, Nobel Prize for literature and Neustadt International Prize for Literature.

Octavio Paz
Octavio Paz[Image Credit:nobelprize.org]
It’s the humanistic integrity and intelligence in his works along with the impassioned writing style covering wide angles makes Paz stand alone as a perfect writer. The same inspired Nobel Prize authority to choose him a the winner for Nobel Prize for Literature in 1990.

Google have came up with special doodles always to honor eminent personalities who have given their unique signature to the world by extra ordinary talents.With  Doodle for Paz on 100th birthday, the iconic author came to hearts of millions of Google users.

Though Octavio Paz was known for his skills in writings, Paz was a man with critical political view. Paz have raised voice for protection of human rights and values through his works.

Paz was a poet and a author who lived in real world rather than in an imaginary world words. Many of his works including poems, stories, articles and essays  were translated to other languages and his works is part of syllabus in many universities and referred today also with great value.  Paz died at the age of 84, in 1998 April 19th due to cancer

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