Darkness Under the Trees ; Walking Behind the Spanish
Chicano Studies Library Publications, University of California, 1982 - Poetry - 120 pages
The renowned Chicano poet presents two books within one cover, the first meditating on those moments when it becomes difficult to continue after witnessing the world's darkness, the second paying homage to the poets of the Spanish Civil War and the political commitment they represent.
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