Sonnets to madness and other misfortunes

Sonnets to madness and other misfortunes

Sonetos a la locura y otras penas

Book - 2001 | Spanish
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Poetry. Latino/a Studies. Alarcon's poems in SONNETS TO MADNESS AND OTHER MISFORTUNES/SONETOS A LA LOCURA Y OTRAS PENAS are written in the liberating Hispanic sonnet vein inaugurated by ONE HUNDRED LOVE SONNETS by Pablo Neruda. Breaking away from traditional rhyming schemes and speaking in the free running language of concrete images, various poetic currents meet and mix in response to the present Latino conjuncture in the United States, and to the human condition generally. "...Alarcon is the dark humming bird, alone, still and yet in motion in the arc of time" --Juan Felipe Herrera. Spanish, with English on facing page, translated by Francisco Aragon.

Publisher: Berkeley, Calif. : Creative Arts Book Co., [2001]
ISBN: 9780887394508
0887394507
Branch Call Number: PS3551.L22 S66 2001
PQ7079.2.A4 S6 2001
811.54 AL121s 2001 Espanol
Characteristics: 65 p. : ill., port. ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Aragon, Francisco

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