By Jaime Sabines
Translated by Colin Carberry
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- Dimensions 96 pages, 5.28 x 8.24 x .36 in
- Published October 30, 2011
- Publisher Biblioasis
- Category Poetry
- Keywords Caribbean & Latin American
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