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Korean love songs from Klail City death trip

by Rolando Hinojosa

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Series of poems based on Hinojosa's experiences in the Korean War. Many of the poems are remarkable achievements unto themselves--I particularly like "Night Burial Details--and as a whole, the collection conveys the frustration of having been forgotten. Hinojosa is essential, the most accomplished contemporary Chicano writer, in my opinion. ( )
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