Audio Recording Cuban poet Robert Lima reading from his work
Cuban poet Robert Lima reading from his work
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- Cuban poet Robert Lima reading from his work
- Mr. Lima reads from his following works: Por caminos errantes: Poemas, The Pointing Bone, Cancionería Cubana, Self, and Tracking the Minotaur.
- Lima, Robert
- Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape (Library of Congress)
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- From Por caminos errantes: Poemas: Ecología Infantil; Exégesis; Lorca coda; Lorca; carapacho; Divisando las ruinas; Nazca; Pachacamac; Trayectoria; San Lázaro 386; Nochebuena; San Rafael 588; Habanera; Jardín Japonés -- From The pointing bone: Lorca; First respects; The death of the Spanish cantante -- From Cancionería Cubana: Guajira, el son te llama; Son de la loma; El cuarto de Tula; Chan Chan; Guantanamera; El manicero -- From Self: Amphora; Astrals; Autonym; I, nautilus; Mask; Name; Writing down the stones; Demon out of toe -- From Tracking the minotaur: Poems: After an anonymous eighth century Gaelic poet -- From Por caminos errantes: Ambigüedad; Huecos, Kogi mitología; Los ojos de San Juan; Noche pumeña.
- - Cuba--Poetry
- - Poems in English, and Spanish.
- - Recorded for the Archive of Hispanic Literature on Tape.
- - Recorded Dec. 12, 2017 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 : digital, WAV file (24 bit, 96 kHz)
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Lima, Robert, and Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. Cuban poet Robert Lima reading from his work. 2017. Audio. https://www.loc.gov/item/2019408295/.
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Lima, R. & Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. (2017) Cuban poet Robert Lima reading from his work. [Audio] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2019408295/.
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Lima, Robert, and Archive Of Hispanic Literature On Tape. Cuban poet Robert Lima reading from his work. 2017. Audio. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/2019408295/>.