La Causa: Poems
Gregg Barrios¿ latest collection of poems La Causa is a fascinating interplay of the eras, voices, and regions of Aztlán, all in a simultaneous dialogue with each other. La Causa is an evolution in time, maturity, political sophistication, and expectation ¿ an invaluable document to any artistic or historical study of the soul of El Movimiento.The poems in this volume range from sonnets, concrete, songs, ballads, prose and narrative verse. It is a chronicle of the changes made in the aftermath of the Chicano Mexican American civil rights movement.
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