6 edition of Death of a Mexican & Other Poems found in the catalog.
by Bear Star Pr
Written in English
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This year, the winner is Manuel Paul López of the border town of El Centro, Calif., for his debut collection, "Death of a Mexican and Other Poems" ($16 paperback). And no wonder: López surprises and moves the reader with poems that are filled with great humor and playful imagery.5/5(3). Additional Physical Format: Online version: López, Manuel Paul.
Death of a Mexican & other poems. [Cohasset, Calif.]: Bear Star Press, © (OCoLC) This year, the winner is Manuel Paul López of the border town of El Centro, Calif., for his debut collection, "Death of a Mexican and Other Poems" ($16 paperback).
And no wonder: López surprises and moves the reader with poems that are filled with great humor and playful imagery.5/5. DEATH OF A MEXICAN & OTHER POEMS Poetry. Latino/Latina Studies.
"With sly humor and lyrical intensity, Manuel Paul Lopez brings us a debut collection that could make the iceworker sing. If there is a heaven, Andres Montoya is looking down and exclaiming, '¡Orale!'"—Daniel A. Olivas. Death of a Mexican and Other Poems* Manuel Paul López Winner of the Dorothy Brunsman Poetry Contest ISBN Cover art by Daniel Gibson.
Click here to: Read a review. Click here for: $ (Free Shipping). Death Poems was very well thought out - not just the categorizations, but the juxtaposition of the poems.
The only disagreement I had with the collection was the repetition in appearance of a few poets (though to be fair, Emily Dickinson had a bit of an obsession with)/5(15). Natalia Toledo’s The Black Flower and Other Zapotec Poems, in an award-winning translation by Clare Sullivan, describes contemporary Isthmus Zapotec life in Death of a Mexican & Other Poems book, sensual detail.
In Toledo’s poems of love and loss the world’s population turns into fish, death is a. Mexican/American poem by Jeremy Willson. Being MexicanAmerican is hardEvery white person asking me for my green cardAll white people think I dont speak English.
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Neither did. When my aunts leave, my dad paces the living room and then rests, like a jaguar who once drank rain off the.As a poet, essayist, translator, editor, and attorney, Martín Espada has dedicated much of his career to the pursuit of social justice, including fighting for human rights and reclaiming the historical record.
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She contributed work to literary magazines and began putting together a selected, published after her death as Territorio del alba y otros poemas (Territory of Dawn and Other Poems).
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