Audio Recording Mexican-American poet Brenda Cárdenas reading from her work
Hispanic-American poet Brenda Cárdenas reading from her work
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- Mexican-American poet Brenda Cárdenas reading from her work
- Ms. Cárdenas reads from her following works: Boomerang, Verse Wisconsin, and Cuadernos de ALDEEU.
- Contributor Names
- Cárdenas, Brenda.
- Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library of Congress)
- Created / Published
- From Cuadernos de ALDEEU: Nexus (after Ana Mendieta's Silueta series, earth-body works, 1973-80); Rupture (after Remedios Varo's painting Ruptura, 1955) -- From Boomerang: Someone; Cornflowers ; Abuelo y sus cuentos: Origin of the Bird-Beak Mole; When We Moved Away from Tía Elia's and Uncle Karel's, 1968; Song; At the Base of the Blues Tree: Una Ofrenda for Jimmy Davis, Chicago Blues Man (after the painting Árbol de Blues by Roberto Valadez); Duración-V; Intensidad-ñ; Report from the Temple of Confessions in Old Chicano English; Poema para los tin-tun-teros; Empty Spaces; Zacuanpapalotls -- From Verse Wisconsin: On the Coast in Pedasi; Flexible Vitreous (after Harvey K. Littleton's Orange and Purple Implied Movement, 1987); Ars Resistencia -- From Unpublished: Under Water.
- Subject Headings
- - United States--Poetry
- - Mexico--Poetry
- - Poems in Spanish and English.
- - Recorded for the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape.
- - Recorded Date Feb. 14 2014, at the Library of Congress Recording Laboratory, Washington, D.C.
- - Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
- 1 sound file (43:17 min.) : digital, WAV file (24 bit, 96 kHz)
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Chicago citation style:
Cárdenas, Brenda, and Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. Mexican-American poet Brenda Cárdenas reading from her work. 2014. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/2016686105/.
APA citation style:
Cárdenas, B. & Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. (2014) Mexican-American poet Brenda Cárdenas reading from her work. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2016686105/.
MLA citation style:
Cárdenas, Brenda, and Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. Mexican-American poet Brenda Cárdenas reading from her work. 2014. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2016686105/>.
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