Another Name for Earth

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QED Press, 1997 - Literary Criticism - 103 pages
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This collection of poetry by Andrade urges us to experience joy, affirm the life of our senses, and return to our innocent wonder at the beauty and magnificence of the world in which we live.

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Eugenio de Andrade is a poet whose work spans more than four decades. His themes and images arise from the four archaic elements (earth, water, air, and fire), all colorfully and vividly entwined.

Alexis Levitan's translations of Clarice Lispector's stories won the 1984 Van de Bovencamp-Armand G. Erpf International Award, given by the Translation Center, Columbia University.

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