The Sadness of Days: Selected and New Poems

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Arte Publico Press, 1987 - Poetry - 160 pages
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A definitive collection, edited by Gary Soto, chosen from published books which span the two most important decades of U.S. Hispanic literature. Salinas has been honored by the Library of Congress, the General Electric Foundation Literary Award and numerous others.

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Contents

Through the Hills of Spain
11
Burial
17
Going North
27
Copyright

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Luis Omar Salinas was born in Robstown, Texas, and while a teenager moved with his family to California. One of the leaders of the "Fresno School" of poets, he is the author of seven other books. He lives in Sanger, California.

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