Floricanto en Aztlán : poetry (Book, 1971) [Beloit College]
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Floricanto en Aztlán : poetry

Floricanto en Aztlán : poetry

Author: Alurista.; Judith Hernandez
Publisher: Los Angeles : Chicano Studies Center, University of California, ©1971, 1976 printing.
Series: Creative series.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Spanish : 2d edView all editions and formats
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Poetry in Spanish and English with woodblock. "Poetry through the centuries has been a favored medium of the Mexican, conveying as it does beauty, sentiment, idea and injunction. Noticeable today among the Chicano youth is the outpouring of poetry, exuberant, nostalgic, angry, loving. Alurista is one of those poets and in his art is said what all our poets are saying: reverence, unity, thought, action." Preface.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Alurista.
Floricanto en Aztlán.
Los Angeles : Chicano Studies Center, University of California, ©1971, 1976 printing
(OCoLC)756427491
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alurista.; Judith Hernandez
Language Note: Text in Spanish and English.
OCLC Number: 5195084
Notes: Spanish or English.
Description: [112] pages : illustrations ; 23 x 31 cm.
Series Title: Creative series.
Responsibility: by Alurista ; art by Judith Hernandez.

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Poetry in Spanish and English with woodblock. "Poetry through the centuries has been a favored medium of the Mexican, conveying as it does beauty, sentiment, idea and injunction. Noticeable today among the Chicano youth is the outpouring of poetry, exuberant, nostalgic, angry, loving. Alurista is one of those poets and in his art is said what all our poets are saying: reverence, unity, thought, action." Preface.
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