eBook Through All the Displacements download
by Edgar Gabriel Silex
Author: Edgar Gabriel Silex
Publisher: Curbstone Books; 1st edition (August 1, 1995)
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Subcategory: Social Sciences
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by Edgar Gabriel Silex and Julia de Burgos. While Silex explores the historic and contemporary damage inflicted on Native American peoples, his poems shine with hope and regeneration as he comes to terms with his past, affirming the history and value of Native American culture. His poems are infused with honesty, passion, and humor. Silex's poetry is forceful and effective. -Publishers Weekly" is a man who understands the responsibility of an artist to utilize all of the resources at his disposal.
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The poetry of Edgar Gabriel Silex has been described this way: "There are mountains, colors, dirt, sky and .
The poetry of Edgar Gabriel Silex has been described this way: "There are mountains, colors, dirt, sky and music in (his) poems. There appears to be an ancestral hand feeding him the words. Widely anthologized, Silex is the author of two volumes of poetry, Through all the Displacements and Even the Dead Have Memories. He says he writes because "forgiveness is our highest form of love, awe is our only muse. displacement is our human inheritance, passion is our only freedom. and poetry is our most constant state
Our poetry consultant, Edgar Gabriel Silex, says: Walt Whitman was a racist who called African Americans ‘baboons. The talkiest day of the AWP book fair and I forgot to charge my phone. Must have had too much to swing at the PEN America, Catapault, Bennington dance party.
Our poetry consultant, Edgar Gabriel Silex, says: Walt Whitman was a racist who called African Americans ‘baboons.
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