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By Margaret Randall (editor)

Hardcover:

9780822362081 | Duke Univ Pr, October 14, 2016, cover price $109.95

Paperback:

9780822362296 | Duke Univ Pr, October 14, 2016, cover price $28.95

By Francisco Moran (editor)

Paperback:

9780872864597 | Bilingual edition (City Lights Books, December 26, 2007), cover price $16.95

Product Description: Here are the sights, sounds, and rhythms of Cuba, revealed in the evocative works of some of the finest Cuban and Cuban American poets of the twentieth century. In Burnt Sugar, bestselling translator Lori Marie Carlson and Pulitzer Prize-winning author Oscar Hijuelos have created an intimate collection of some of their favorite modern poems, all of which are informed by cubanía -- the essence of what it means to be Cuban...read more
By Lori Marie Carlson (editor) and Oscar Hijuelos (editor)

Paperback:

9780743276627 | Bilingual edition (Free Pr, August 1, 2006), cover price $14.95 | About this edition: Presents bilingual volume of twentieth-century and contemporary Cuban poems that demonstrate what the editors believe to be the essence of Cuban identity.

Prebinding:

9781435288676 | Reprint edition (Paw Prints, May 22, 2008), cover price $23.00 | About this edition: Here are the sights, sounds, and rhythms of Cuba, revealed in the evocative works of some of the finest Cuban and Cuban American poets of the twentieth century.

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'Coming at a critical time in the history of the island, these Cuban poets explore themes of identity, exile and the multiple cultures that form their experience.'
By Francisco Moran (editor)

Paperback:

9780872864450 | Bilingual edition (City Lights Books, June 30, 2006), cover price $15.95 | About this edition: 'Coming at a critical time in the history of the island, these Cuban poets explore themes of identity, exile and the multiple cultures that form their experience.

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