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Poems from the struggle in Latin America

San Francisco: Peoples Press, . First edition Wide illustrated wrappers. A volume of poems from Latin America translated into English and with an introduction by Margaret Randall. Book is not dated. Very good condition. This copy comes from the library of Living Theatre co-founder Julian Beck who whas signed this copy at the top of the first printed page. 38 pp. Includes contributions by Hugo Blanco, Silvio Rodriguez and Roque Dalton among several others. Very Good Paperback (Item ID: 23266)


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