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Poetry in America

Poetry in America

by Paul Cuenco
     
 
Love, a subject taken up by a lot of writers, holds sway in this book. From asking someone to stay for a while to asking someone if they are lovers or friends, attending a wedding party to asking someone if she should marry you and then saying goodbye, this is the book that explores the varieties of love. Its allure is enduring for love takes on a host of forms. This

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Love, a subject taken up by a lot of writers, holds sway in this book. From asking someone to stay for a while to asking someone if they are lovers or friends, attending a wedding party to asking someone if she should marry you and then saying goodbye, this is the book that explores the varieties of love. Its allure is enduring for love takes on a host of forms. This book touches on the different nuances of love, that it will tempt you with its eloquence.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940012862785
Publisher:
Paul Cuenco
Publication date:
02/11/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
53
File size:
23 KB

Meet the Author

Paul was born in Manila, Philippines to Filipino parents. He attended catholic schools including the prestigious Ateneo de Manila University. While attending the Ateneo, he curtailed his studies and went to attend the University of San Francisco, instead. When he was 17, he migrated to the United States, first Chicago and then the Bay Area. Currently, he lives in Portland, Oregon.

Paul had written several novels, including poetry and essays. Only in 2010, after working in sales for 20 years, did he decide to publish them. The first was "Pretty and Nowhere to Go" and then came "A Cottage in Another Country", "Deconstructing Connor" and "Poetry in America".

He develops a style all to his own. Writers observe and study their world and writes about them. Paul canvasses his world and translates them into stories. He writes with a scintillating flair. After reading his novels, his readers will feel a sense of catharsis that all are bound to be what it ought to be.

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