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The sun unwound : original texts from occupied America

Title
The sun unwound : original texts from occupied America / edited by Edward Dorn and Gordon Brotherston.
Publication
Berkeley, Calif. : North Atlantic Books, [1999], ©1999.

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Description
xiii pages, 269 unnumbered pages; 23 cm
Subjects
Note
  • Anthology of Nahuatl, Mayan, Quechua, and Spanish poems.
Language (note)
  • Spanish poems include Spanish original and English translation.
Contents
  • Preface / Edward Dorn and Gordon Brotherston -- Nahuatl -- The Suns -- Quetzalcoatl, Lord of the Dawn -- Quetzalcoatl goes to the Underworld -- Good Times at Tula -- Tlaloc -- Huitzilopochtli -- Peyote Cure -- Tula Lament -- Flower Song -- War Song -- Emperors -- Famine -- The Four Continents -- Huitzilopochtli's promise -- Siege of Tenochtitlan -- Aztec Priests' Speech -- Maya -- Uinal -- Katun 13 Ahau -- Foreigners -- Christian Justice -- Finis -- Healing Song -- I built my House -- Death of Cuauhtemoc -- Quechua -- Thunder -- Dawn -- Potatoes, Maize -- Eclipse -- Viracocha & child -- Invasion -- Love Song -- Carnival -- Swallow -- Other Native American Languages -- Genesis -- Namandu -- Curing Song -- Suffering -- Lament -- Song to Fidel / Ernesto Che Guevara -- Forward Guerrillas / Luis de la Puente -- Song / Luis Nieto -- I Give You My Word -- Ars Poetica -- Flies -- Poem -- The New Journey / Javier Heraud --
  • Let's Start Walking / Otto Rene Castillo -- Andres -- A dead youth -- The Price of a Country -- The Dead -- Now You Know he Died / Fernando Gordillo Cervantes -- Havana 1959 -- Otto Rene the Poet -- Requiem for Luis Augusto -- Goodbye to the Man I Was / Marco Antonio Flores -- To Fernando / Michele Najlis -- Don't Hide / Pablo Hernando Guerrero -- The black heralds -- Agape -- The eternal dice -- To my brother Miguel -- Verdict -- Who is it so shrill -- Time Time -- Our parents -- Dicotyledon clutch -- The suit I wore tomorrow -- I was off as usual along the veined street -- Tomorrow th'other day -- Vvaliant I strivve to back the blow -- I think of your sex -- Like my explanation -- In that corner, where we slept together -- The four walls of the cell -- It's possible as many as four magistrates -- Hope mourns among the cotton -- Done with the stranger with whom, late -- We are matched with ourselves, thread to the eye of a needle -- Death kneeling oozes --
  • Every day I rise blindly -- The hightest points are cratered -- Of wood is my patience -- How you hunt us -- It hails so much, as if I should recall -- I'm going to talk about hope -- I'm laughing -- epistle to the transients -- The nine monsters -- He goes running, walking -- Black stone on a white stone -- Intensity and height -- He who will come -- The hungry man's rack -- Palms and guitar -- Paris, October 1936 -- The unfortunates -- The accent hangs from my shoe -- My heart will and won't have its hue -- Wedding march -- The soul that suffered from being its body -- Bedrock and Lode -- Hymn to the volunteers of the Republic -- The beggars -- Small liturgy for a hero of the Republic -- Mass -- Spain, take away this cup from me / Cesar Vallejo -- O Album de Pagu -- Canal -- A Fish -- Safety Matches -- Nothing / Patricia Galvao -- Tree Between Two Walls.
ISBN
1556432925
LCCN
98019843
OCLC
  • 38976241
  • ocm38976241
Owning Institutions
Columbia University Libraries