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Diaz, Natalie
Nació en 1978 el poblado indio de Fort Mojave, en Needles, California. Es mojave y miembro inscrito de la comunidad india del río Gila. Se licenció en la Universidad de Old Dominion, donde recibió una beca deportiva completa. Jugó al baloncesto profesional en Europa y Asia antes de volver a Old Dominion para obtener un máster. Es autora de Postcolonial Love Poem (2020), ganadora del Premio Pulitzer, y When My Brother Was an Aztec (2012), que el crítico del New York Times Eric McHenry describió como un ambicioso... hermoso libro .
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Postcolonial Love Poem
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Postcolonial Love Poem
Postcolonial Love Poem
Diaz, Natalie

WINNER OF THE 2021 PULITZER PRIZE IN POETRY
SHORTLISTED FOR THE FORWARD PRIZE FOR BEST COLLECTION
SHORTLISTED FOR THE T. S. ELIOT PRIZE
POETRY BOOK SOCIETY RECOMMENDATION

Postcolonial Love Poem is a thunderous river of a book, an anthem of desire against erasure.

It demands that every body carried in its pages - bodies of language, land, suffering brothers, enemies and lovers - be touched and held. Here, the bodies of indigenous, Latinx, black and brown women are simultaneously the body politic and the body ecstatic, and portrayed with a glowing intimacy: the alphabet of a hand in the dark, the hips' silvered percussion, a thigh's red-gold geometry, the emerald tigers that leap in a throat. In claiming this autonomy of desire, language is pushed to its dark edges, the astonishing dune fields and forests where pleasure and love are both grief and joy, violence and sensuality.

Natalie Diaz defies the conditions from which she writes, a nation whose creation predicated the diminishment and ultimate erasure of bodies like hers and the people she loves. Her poetry questions what kind of future we might create, built from the choices we make now - how we might learn our own cures and 'go where there is love'.
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Editorial: Faber And Faber
ISBN: 978-0-571-35986-8
Idioma: Inglés
Estado: Disponible
Fecha de edición: 03-03-2020
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