Chile: An Anthology of New Writing

By Raul Ruiz, Pablo Neruda, Nicanor Parra, Enrique Lihn, Miller Williams, Miguel Arteche, Efrain Barquero, Rolando Cardenas, Luisa

Chosen and edited via miller williams; poetry simply is twin language.

more consultant that "great"--so it is dependent upon what you will want.

if you simply wish the easiest stuff, the Nicanor Parra, the Neruda, the Enrique Lihn. except you must learn undesirable brief tales, bypass the Skarmeta.

but, worthy it for the 3 poets i discussed whichever manner you narrow it.

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Miller Williams - creation and editor,
Miguel Arteche - poems,
Efrain Barquero - poems,
Rolando Cardenas - poems,
Luisa Johnson - poems,
Enrique Lihn - poems,
Pablo Neruda - poems,
Nicanor Parra - poems,
Alberto Rubio - poems,
Jorge Teillier - poems,
Armando Uribe Arce - poems,
Poli Delano - story,
Antonio Skarmeta - tale,
Raul Ruiz - play

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