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Books Like Colibri by Martín Espada | Suggesting Reading

Martín Espada
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Imagine the Angels of Bread (1996) is Espada's sixth book of poems and, like his previous five, has been widely praised by critics. Reviewing the collection for the Progressive, Matthew Rothschild notes that Espada "continues to serve up his trademark vignettes of the indignities that working-class and immigrant Americans suffer every day."

Puerto Rico Past and Present (1998), by Ronald Fernandez, Serafin Mendez, and Gail Cueto, is an encyclopedia that provides a useful and broad overview of more than five hundred years of Puerto Rican history and culture.

In 1995, Ballantine Books published Boricuas: Influential Puerto Rican Writings—An Anthology, edited by Roberto Santiago. This anthology contains more than fifty selections of poetry, fiction, plays, essays, monologues, screenplays, and speeches from some of the most powerful voices in Puerto Rican literature. Poems by Espada are included.

In 1994, Espada edited Poetry Like Bread: Poets of the Political Imagination, published...

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