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Sombra en plata: poemas / Shadow in Silver: Poems: A Bilingual Edition
by Olivia Maciel
translated by Kelly Austin
Swan Isle Press, 2005
Cloth: 978-0-9748881-1-8
Library of Congress Classification PQ7298.23.A258S6613 2005
Dewey Decimal Classification 861.7

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ABOUT THIS BOOK
In her fourth book of poems, Mexican-born Olivia Maciel lyrically evokes another America. She writes with the critical and contemplative eye of a poet, revealing mystery and beauty in places dark and light, near and far. The richly allusive language of Sombra en plata / Shadow in Silver is a terrain at times steep, fevered, and sensual: a harmony of words scented of earth and sky. Her poems are catalysts for transformation, challenging the reader with a vision of a world where myth and the quotidian are intimately intertwined. Exploring complex and unpredictable landscapes, Maciel is both a guide and fellow traveler on a fascinating journey through memories and emotions. Maciel eloquently draws from both collective and personal histories, and this new bilingual compilation will be a pleasure to turn to again and again.

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