The Last Waltz in Santiago: And Other Poems of Exile and Disappearance

The Last Waltz in Santiago And Other Poems of Exile and Disappearance From the land of Pablo Neruda a searing collection of poems about torture and resistance horror and hope In the world of Chilean exile Ariel Dorfman men and women choose between leaving their count

  • Title: The Last Waltz in Santiago: And Other Poems of Exile and Disappearance
  • Author: Ariel Dorfman Edith Grossman
  • ISBN: 9780140586084
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Paperback
  • From the land of Pablo Neruda, a searing collection of poems about torture and resistance, horror and hope.In the world of Chilean exile Ariel Dorfman, men and women choose between leaving their country or dying for it The living can lose everything, but what they hold on to love, faith, hope, truth might change the world.

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    1. last waltz in santiago is an absolutely devastating collection of poems. dorfman's words serve as witness to unspeakable atrocity, and though searing, haunting, and incisive, they are somehow still possessed by an unyielding hope. this slim work of passion and heartbreak bravely musters a condemnation and refutation of torture and political violence. ariel dorfman's poetry, like his novels and short stories, are brutally honest, yet never devoid of a humanity that so starkly contrasts the inhuma [...]

    2. Actual rating: 3.5 (rounded up because it's important)I cannot in good conscience neglect to say, "Read this. Read this as soon as you can--in English or the original Spanish (where it is called Pastel de Choclo)." I also can't recommend it in good conscience without saying that it is a series of poems about people being made to disappear and that it is incredibly painful to read. So read it, but don't say I didn't warn you.The poems are serious, dark, and elegant--Dorfman worked with the transl [...]

    3. It is strange to me that one can drink in so much history in a single sitting. How many years went into the writing of these poems? You can read them all in an hour. It's got to be weird, right, to put so much into something's creation that is used up in the relative blink of an eye?Half and half. I am not normally one to hunt down torture poetry. But I respect it and some of it I felt. That person-to-person poetry connection.One couplet stuck with me: "If it is dark shall we cease to praise / t [...]

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