Tag Archives: Caribbean & Latin American

Poet in New York

by Federico García Lorca

“[Poet in New York] may well be one of the greatest books of poems ever written about New York City. . . . A fierce indictment of the modern world incarnated in city life . . . Wildly imaginative . . . An apocalyptic outcry, a dark, instructive, metaphysical bowl…

The Labyrinth of Solitude and Other Writings

by Octavio Paz

“The Labyrinth of Solitude is essential to an understanding of [Mexico] and, by extension, Latin America and the third world.” –The Village Voice

Five Decades: A Selection

by Pablo Neruda

“The most prolific, influential and inventive poet of the Spanish language.” –The New York Times Book Review