Saludos Poemas De Nuevo Mexico: Poems of New Mexico
Jeanie C. Williams, Victor Di Suvero
Pennywhistle Press, Feb 1, 1995 - Poetry - 287 pages
Poetry. This collection of poems serves to give the reader a feeling of New Mexico as a land that is unique - made up of many diverse elements - and magical in its way of combining cultures, histories and perceptions. It will take the reader on a memorable voyage.
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