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Poetry. Bilingual Edition. Translated into Spanish by Sol Gaitan. PICASSO IN BARCELONA is Bob Holman's fifteenth book, if you count CDs, videos, anthologies and translations, which he does. In it, he takes on Pablo Picasso, and it's pretty much a draw. But then, it is Picasso at age 15, so somewhat unfair, and of course Pablo doesn't give us his version of what went on. Still, it smells of poetry, and it rings like truth. The dance mix is guaranteed to get you moving, and the Spanish translation (thanks to Sol Gaitan) will come in handy when you are asking for directions in Barcelona.
|Publisher:||Paper Kite Press|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 6.00(h) x 0.40(d)|
About the Author
Recently dubbed a member of the "Poetry Pantheon" by the New York Times Magazine and featured in a Henry Louis Gates, Jr. profile in The New Yorker, Bob Holman has previously been crowned "Ringmaster of the Spoken Word" (New York Daily News), "Poetry Czar" (Village Voice), "Dean of the Scene" (Seventeen), and "this generation's Ezra Pound" (Poetry Flash).