Anthology of Contemporary Latin-American Poetry

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Greenwood Press, 1947 - Literary Criticism - 677 pages
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A bilingual edition of major poets representing the many movements and varied spirits of contemporary Latin American literary ferment. The book begins with poems published after the death of Ruben Dario in 1916, with this esteemed poet serving as a demarcation of older tradition."

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Contents

Prayer
259
Dead Soldier
265
Visit to a Tenement
271
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