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Sueño by Lorna Dee Cervantes
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Cervantes's first book of new poems in several years. I don't think her poetry has ever recaptured the energy and innovation of Emplumada, but many of these are fine poems, playing with language in interesting ways. A lot of love poems, for whatever reason. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 160940310X, Paperback)

In this, the fifth major collection of poetry from the iconic Chicana–Native American poet Lorna Dee Cervantes, each poem is intellectually insightful, linguistically playful, politically intense, and sensually aflame. Sueño, which engages readers on half a dozen levels at once, lives up to the author’s reputation for deft word play.

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Sueo is the fifth major collection of poetry by iconic Chicana/Native American poet, Lorna Dee Cervantes. Intellectually brilliant, linguistically playful, politically intense, sensually aflame, these poems engage the reader on half a dozen levels at once. More than any other, perhaps, Sueo lives up to Lorna Dee's reputation for both intellectual brilliance and brilliant word play.… (more)

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