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The Curvature of the Earth (Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry)

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On a journey to Madrid, Gene Frumkin and Alvaro Cardona-Hine decided to collaborate on a collection of poetry written about and in various parts of the world while tapping into their sources of inspiration and basic existential concerns. Guided by their respective muses, Frumkin and Cardona-Hine produced The Curvature of the Earth, a volume that enhances their contrasting styles and celebratory views of existence. The Curvature of the Earth contains poems written in Holland, Spain, Tuscany, and Hawai'i, and commemorates the collaborative power of two poets at the height of their talents.

Works by Gene Frumkin in the section

SPAIN: A FIRST VISIT

The Good Dream

Death and the Museums

The Girls of Madrid in Their High-Heeled Shoes

Where We Come From

The Mind Loses Itself

Among the People

Where Is Franco Back Then?

The Mediodia

Mythical Birds

Traveling around Madrid

American Dreams, Spanish Dreams

Madrid Recedes

Works by Alvaro Cardona-Hine in the section

SPAIN AFTER ALL

Dawn over the Atlantic

How to Tell You Are Staying at the Dream Hotel

The Poet

The Museum

How It Is

Goya

Mussorgsky Drunk

Segovia

Visiting Foreign Lands

The Alhambra

Malaga Night

Cabada

Toledo

Barcelona

San Sebastian

Seville

Synopsis:

The distinctive voices of two poets at the height of their talents celebrating far flung places and their unique considerations of existence.

Synopsis:

On a journey to Madrid, Gene Frumkin and Alvaro Cardona-Hine decided to collaborate on a collection of poetry written about and in various parts of the world while tapping into their sources of inspiration and basic existential concerns. Guided by their respective muses, Frumkin and Cardona-Hine produced The Curvature of the Earth, a volume that enhances their contrasting styles and celebratory views of existence. The Curvature of the Earth contains poems written in Holland, Spain, Tuscany, and Hawai'i, and commemorates the collaborative power of two poets at the height of their talents.

About the Author

Gene Frumkin (1928-2007) was professor emeritus of English at the University of New Mexico, where he served from 1966-1994. Primarily a poet, he also wrote and published fiction, reviews, and criticism. A native of Costa Rica, Alvaro Cardona-Hine has lived in the United States since 1939. He has published seventeen books of poetry, prose, and translation. He lives in the village of Truchas, New Mexico, where he makes his living as a painter with his wife Barbara McCauley.

Product Details

ISBN:
9780826340634
Publisher:
University of New Mexico Press
Subject:
American - General
Foreword by:
Price, V. B.
Foreword:
Price, V. B.
Author:
Frumkin, Gene
Author:
Carona-Hine, Alvaro
Author:
Cardona-Hine, Alvaro
Author:
Price, V. B.
Subject:
Poetry-A to Z
Subject:
General Poetry
Subject:
Poetry
Subject:
Poetics
Series:
Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry
Publication Date:
20071231
Binding:
HARDCOVER
Language:
English
Pages:
157
Dimensions:
9 x 6 in

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Fiction and Poetry » Poetry » A to Z

The Curvature of the Earth (Mary Burritt Christiansen Poetry)
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"Synopsis" by , The distinctive voices of two poets at the height of their talents celebrating far flung places and their unique considerations of existence.
"Synopsis" by , On a journey to Madrid, Gene Frumkin and Alvaro Cardona-Hine decided to collaborate on a collection of poetry written about and in various parts of the world while tapping into their sources of inspiration and basic existential concerns. Guided by their respective muses, Frumkin and Cardona-Hine produced The Curvature of the Earth, a volume that enhances their contrasting styles and celebratory views of existence. The Curvature of the Earth contains poems written in Holland, Spain, Tuscany, and Hawai'i, and commemorates the collaborative power of two poets at the height of their talents.
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