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From:Poetry for Students (Vol. 13. )A poem that contains a dedication line--such as, for my wife, to John, or, in the case here, for my father--often connotes sentimentality, signaling that the work is very personal, if not autobiographical. Martin...
From: Review of Trumpets from the Islands of Their Eviction. Minnesota Review[(review date fall 1991) In the following excerpted review, Frost praises Espada's Trumpets from the Islands of Their Eviction for its evocative fusion of history and personal experience.] Steven Mailloux uses the...
From:Poetry for Students (Vol. 13. )Historically, the United States has been a place of new beginnings for millions of people from Europe, Africa, Asia, the Middle East, and Latin America. In fact, the "immigrant experience" is part of our cultural...
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