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•  A complex and groundbreaking work, Vallejo’s second book of poetry, Trilce, contains seventy-seven poems filled with creative syntax and punctuation and abstruse images. Published in 1922, the work contorts the Spanish language with Incan phrases and medical terminology to express very personal emotions.

•  Complete Later Poems: 1923–1938, translated by Valentino Gianuzzi and Michael Smith and published in 2005, contains all of Vallejo’s poetic works from the time he moved to Paris until his death, including Poemas Humanos, or Human Poems, Vallejo’s last and possibly finest book of poetry.

•  Vallejo wrote Tungsten: A Novel (translated by Robert Mezey and published by Syracuse University Press in 1988) to expose the situation of the exploited native Peruvians in the tungsten mining industry. Popular in the U.S.S.R. and Spain...

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