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From: Kenyon Review[(essay date summer 1992) In the following excerpt, Ullman maintains that Espada writes poetry on behalf of those who are racially and ethnically "invisible" in American culture.] Puerto Rican poet Martín Espada speaks...
From: Giving Their Word: Conversations with Contemporary Poets[(interview date 2002) In the following interview, Espada and Ratiner discuss the political nature of Espada's poetry.] Hunched over the podium, Martín Espada is an imposing presence, a grizzly bear of a man with dark...
From: Americas Review[(essay date fall-winter 1993) In the following essay, Rivas characterizes Espada as a poet who bridges the gap between Spanish-language and English-language poetry, and between folk culture and academia.] Will the new...
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