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No Longer Lost: Nicaraguan Modernist Poet & Translator Joaquín Pasos

“I’m on my way to meet the son of a poet whose name is often mentioned by Latin American critics in the same breath as Vicente Huidobro and Eliot, but who remains almost entirely unknown beyond the confines of the Spanish-speaking world,” writes David Shook about Joaquín Pasos for Los Angeles Review of Books. Pasos, […]
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