Reader: Leigh, James

Accession Number - 358

Date: 12/05/79
Length: 30 minutes
Tape Quality: good
Collection: Poetry Center
Ethnicity: white
Language: English
Use Policy: available
Content: A reading of translations of three 20th century Latin American poets. From Tarumba: The Selected Poems Of Jaime Sabines, translated by Philip Levine and Ernesto Trejo: "Tarumba, I'm with the ants...," "People and things enter the house of the day...," "It falls over your eyes and your back...," "These days, identical to other days...," "I put a head on your shoulders...," "With Nerves Trailing," "The Official Daily," "My Stomach," "Aunt Chofi," and a portion of the poem, "Something on the Death of the Elder Sabines." Mayes, Frances (Intro.) Eshelman, Clayton (Co-reader)

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