Here is a major work by a Chilean poet thought by many to be the
most brilliant and important new voice in the Spanish language. In
its first American edition, this poetry is presented in Spanish and
Enlgish, so that readers of both languages may listed to Zurita's
"Anteparadise" can be read as a creative response, an act of
resistance by a young artist to the violence and suffering during
and after the 1973 coup that toppled the democratically elected
Allende government. Zurita thus follows the example of several
Latin American pets such as the Peruvian Cesar Vallejo and Chilean
Nobel laureate Pablo Neruda, sharing their passion and urgency, but
his voice is unique.
University of California Press
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