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Two poems by Ángel José Fernández translated by Yasmín Rojas

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Ángel José Fernández ,

Universidad Veracruzana, MX
About Ángel
Born in Xalapa, Veracruz, poet, professor and editor, studied B.A. in Hispanic Literature and PHD in History.
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Yasmín Rojas

Universidad Veracruzana, MX
About Yasmín
Master in Mexican Literature and currently a Phd student on Latin American Literature
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Abstract

"Sister of mine on The precipice" and "My uncle the carpenter" are two poems where union, identity and earth are the leitmotiv of a poets vision. He sings to his loved ones, his romantic partner, as well as to his uncle through metaphors involving soil, territory, and love in its human possibility. The poetic voice celebrates his cherished ones and that solid union they share.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.26824/lalr.278
How to Cite: Fernández, Á.J. and Rojas, Y., 2021. Two poems by Ángel José Fernández translated by Yasmín Rojas . Latin American Literary Review, 48(97), p.None. DOI: http://doi.org/10.26824/lalr.278
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Published on 17 Nov 2021.
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