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  • Author:
    ZURITA
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    8475225632
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    978-8475225630
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    EDITORIAL VISOR (2012)
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Translated from the Spanish by William Rowe.

Latin American Studies. Translated from the Spanish by William Rowe  . Latin American Studies.

Raúl Zurita Canessa (born 1950) is a Chilean poet. He won the Chilean National Prize for Literature in 2000. Raúl Zurita was born in Santiago de Chile in 1950, where he spent his childhood and school years. In 1967 he began his studies of Civil Engineering at the Federico Santa María Technical University in Valparaiso as well as Mathematics at the School of Technical Engineering in Santiago

Raúl Zurita’s INRI is a visionary response to the atrocities committed under the . Additional Book Information. by Raúl Zurita, translated from the Spanish by William Rowe, preface by Norma Cole.

Raúl Zurita’s INRI is a visionary response to the atrocities committed under the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet. In this deeply moving elegy for the dead, the whole of Chile, with its snow-covered cordilleras and fields of wildflowers, its empty spaces and the sparkling sea beyond, is simultaneously transform. Series: NYRB Poets ISBN: 9781681372785 Pages: 160 Publication Date: December 11, 2018.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Inri Paperback – April 30, 2009. by Raul Zurita (Author).

Raúl Zurita’s INRI is a visionary response to the atrocities committed under the dictatorship of General Augusto . Zurita’s incantatory, unapologetically political work is one of the great prophetic poems of our new century. In this deeply moving elegy for the dead, the whole of Chile, with its snow-covered cordilleras and fields of wildflowers, its empty spaces and the sparkling sea beyond, is simultaneously transformed into the grave of its lost children and their living and risen body.

A VISIONARY elegy, INRI gives voice to the thousands of disappeared in the 1970s and, as such, it is an important and . No-one would say this could be, but they cry out, Zurita writes.

A VISIONARY elegy, INRI gives voice to the thousands of disappeared in the 1970s and, as such, it is an important and arresting work of poetry.

Raúl Zurita, recipient of the Chilean National Prize for Literature, survived arrest and torture during Pinochet’s dictatorship

Raúl Zurita, recipient of the Chilean National Prize for Literature, survived arrest and torture during Pinochet’s dictatorship. He co-founded CADA (Colectivo de acción de arte), and has created huge poetic art pieces, including poems in the sky above New York City and bulldozed poems in the Chilean desert.

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