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Book Review: Poet In New York

Poet In New York, by Federico Garcia Lorca If you know anything about Federico Garcia Lorca from his writing, it is that he was a somewhat fussy and sensitive and not a particularly macho person.  And yet during his young … Continue reading

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Book Review: Book Of Poems (Selection)

Book Of Poems (Selection), by Federico Garcia Lorca Having read a fair amount of the writing of the poet in both poetry and drama, I have pondered the author’s characteristic thoughts and musings, and wondered why it is that a … Continue reading

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Book Review: Gypsy Ballads

Gypsy Ballads, by Federico Garcia Lorca Rarely is a book more pregnant with ominous hints about an author’s destiny than this book is.  Lorca, with whom I have been familiar with since high school when my Spanish teacher assigned his … Continue reading

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