Machu Picchu

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Little, Brown and Company, 2001 - Poetry - 127 pages
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Machu Picchu, one of those talismanic places that everyone dreams of visiting, is celebrated here in the visually stunning photography of Barry Brukoff that evokes the mystery and spiritual atmosphere of this sacred lost city. Interwoven with the images is Pablo Neruda's epic poem "Heights of Machu Picchu" that has been described as "one of Neruda's greatest poetic works". The book is a bilingual edition: a sparkling new English translation of Neruda's poem by noted translator Stephen Kessler runs side by side with the original Spanish.

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About the author (2001)

Barry Brukoff is a photographer and designer who has published three books: The Enigma of Stonehenge with John Fowles, Morocco with Paul Bowles, and Greece: Land of Light with Nicholas Gage. Pablo Neruda is one of the world's bestselling poets. Isabel Allende is the internationally known best-selling author of the novels Daughter of Fortune and The House of Spirits.

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