The Sadness of Days: Selected and New Poems
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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Through the Hills of Spain
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