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Tuntun de pasa y griferia; poemas Afroantillanos by  Luis Pales Matos - Hardcover - 1974 - from Bolerium Books Inc., ABAA/ILAB and

Tuntun de pasa y griferia; poemas Afroantillanos

by Pales Matos, Luis

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San Juan: Biblioteca de Autores Puertottiqueños, 1974. Pictorial Boards. 136p. Wear to edges of illustrated front cover and to spine ends. Bit of shelf wear to bottom edge of boards. The Puerto Rican poet was the co-founder of the Diepalismo literary movement and of the Afro-Antillano poetry movement which blended words from the Afro-Caribbean culture into the Spanish verse of Puerto Rico. He was also the screenwriter for the first Puerto Rican film with sound, "Romance Tropical


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