Meanwhile take my hand by Kirmen Uribe
Meanwhile take my hand by Kirmen Uribe

Meanwhile take my hand

by Kirmen Uribe
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Meanwhile Take My Hand presents Uribe’s poetry to American readers in both the original and in the poet Elizabeth Macklin’s skillful and award-winning translations. In these poems are the drug addicts of Spanish coastal fishing towns, the paved-over rivers of urbanized medieval cities, the remains of loving relationships, whether entirely uprooted or making do with companionable silence. The Basque phrase—Bitartean heldu eskutik—that became the book’s title—Meanwhile Take My Hand—Uribe has said is “what you say when there’s nothing at all you can say.”
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About this Edition

Language

English

Publication Date

2007

Format

Paperback

Number of Pages

129

ISBN

1555974589

ISBN-13

9781555974589