34th Street: And Other Poems (1982-1984)
Ediciónes El Gato Tuerto, 1987 - 52 pages
It is Carlota Caulfield's extraoardinary ability to remain in that precise state -- at once seperated and connected, exiled and "at home"--That gives her work its special poignancy and joy, its special power. The poems of 34th Street revolve with great richness around themes of memory, exile, love, childhood, dreams. Like Lewis Carroll's Alice, Carlota seems to have immediate access to another world, a world which she can enter "through the keyhole of memories" or through "dream." --Ediciones el Gato Tuerto.
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