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Poems from Exile ➱ [Read] ➬ Poems from Exile By Maria Eugenia Bravo Calderara ➼ – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Maria Eugenia Bravo Calderara is a Chilean writer in exile In she published her first poetry book in London, Prayer in the National Stadium, which received a prize from the Greater London Council In Maria Eugenia Bravo Calderara is a Chilean writer in exile Inshe published her first poetry book in London, Prayer in the National Stadium, which received a prize from the Greater London Council Inshe published a book about Pablo Neruda s poetry in Chile Her short stories have recently been published in Chile and in Spain Her Poems from Kindle - poems have appeared in various anthologies and periodicals published in the United Kingdom and Europe Her writing deals with the violence caused by the Chilean dictatorship, exile, love and existential loneliness But in spite of the extreme violence she suffered in the past due to political persecution, she celebrated life, the redemption found through love and human solidarity.

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  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Poems from Exile
  • Maria Eugenia Bravo Calderara
  • English
  • 12 December 2017
  • 9780953097 Edition Language English Other Editions None found All Editions

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10 thoughts on “Poems from Exile

  1. Cassie Cassie says:

    This is a book of poems that doesn t seem to have previously existed on Good Reads There are three sections, titled, The People of Orpheus, Love Poems and Poems from Exile the title of the collection The people of Orpheus was my favourite poem, the whole of life in their laughter, all its terrifying brightness on the border with death And Sonata Waves disappearing like clouds

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