Quechua Peoples Poetry

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Curbstone Press, 1976 - Poetry - 67 pages
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About the author (1976)

Lara (1898-1980) was a prolific Bolivian poet and novelist, sympathetic to the struggle of Bolivia's indigenous peoples. His other works include "Poesia Popular Quechua (1956), "Leyendos Quechuas (1960), and "La Literature de los Quechuas (1967). Fred James Hill and Nicholas Awde are linguists and publishers who reside in London.

For many years, James Scully, along with others, quietly radicalized American poetry -in theory and in practice, in how it is lived as well as in how it is written. He was born in New Haven, CT. Professor Emeritus of the University of Connecticut, he has won numerous honors, including a Lamont Award and a Guggenheim Fellowship. He lives in San Francisco.

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