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Cabato Sentora (American Poets Continuum)

Ray Gonzalez

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ISBN 10: 1880238705 / ISBN 13: 9781880238707
Published by BOA Editions Ltd., U.S.A., 1998
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U.S.A.: BOA Editions Ltd. 1998. F First Edition. S Paperback. Fine. Fine -- 'as new'. Bookseller Inventory # 00522955

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Title: Cabato Sentora (American Poets Continuum)

Publisher: BOA Editions Ltd., U.S.A.

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: S Paperback

Book Condition:Fine

Edition: F First Edition.

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Synopsis:

Poems of psychological transition evoking magical realism in the tradition of Garcia Marquez.

Review:

"In this new collection, Ray Gonzalez locates the driven passion of poetry within his family, his ancestors, his people and their stories' root mysteries ... CABATO SENTORA is at once a ramifying and fulfilling book." - William Heyen. "There is the voice of confinement in the pinecone, / a prism of laughter hiding in one shoulder, / mistaking the naked back for the need to run." ("There"). "Ray Gonzalez firmly opposes the Romantic and Symbolist dualism between I and the other, self and world. For Gonzalez, the landscape is not external to himself, nor is the past cut off from the present. His work, then is insistently political, suggesting responsibilities, even when its ostensible subject matter is dream or art. When Gonzalez makes his cabato, like 'the first man / who tied anything together,' it is language that he crosses with spirit." -- Forest Gander

Angelo
The Angels Of Juarez, Mexico
At The Rio Grande Near The End Of The Century
Beyond Having
Breastbone
Brown Pot
Cabato
Calling Ourselves
Calling The White Donkey
Confessional
The Cult Of The Closed Hand
Ese
Explain
The Finger Moth
Forgiveness
From The Face
The Hawk In The Yard
The Head Of Pancho Villa
The Healing Leaves
The History Of Desire: Baile Con La Talaca (dance With The Skeleton)
The History Of Desire: Burning Dreams
The History Of Desire: El Arte Ritual De La Muerte Nina (the Ritual
The History Of Desire: Ex-voto
The History Of Desire: Five Yaqui Masks (arizona State Museum)
The History Of Desire: La Casa De La Bestia (the Beast's House)
The History Of Desire: My Body Standeth Over Still
The History Of Desire: This Mother Ain't For Sale
The History Of Desire: Woman With Seven Iguanas On Her Head
The History Of Desire: Zapa At Nineteen
Llaga
Meditation At Chamberino
Mexican
My Mother's Angel
Pancho Willa Invites My Grandfather To The Revolution, Mexico, 1914
The Path Of The Dragons
'people Born In September Are Sabio (wise) Like A Tecolote (owl)'
The Poor Angel
San Antonio Marauder
Sentora
The Skin Brown
Still Life With Endings
Suddenly, I Remember The Place
There
The Turtle
Two Striped Lizards
Under The Freeway In El Paso
Unraveling In Black
Vista Across A Tree
White: Lifted White
White: The White Cars
White: The White Fountain
White: The White Guitar
White: The White Hair
White: The White Iguana
White: The White Room
White: The White Silence
White: The White Sirens
White: The White Streets
White: The White Tarantula
White: The White Tree
Without Villages
Yaqui Poems From Hidden Ancestors
-- Table of Poems from Poem Finder®

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