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Palabras Errantes Latin American Literature in Translation

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Posts Tagged ‘Soledad Marambio’
the ’80s (2)
the '80s (2)

By Soledad Marambio. Translated by KT Billey.     first time I see him bedridden   not during Sunday siesta with the paper spread around his feet but three days in bed with the cat attached to his heels   today on the third day he was afraid and asked the mother to call the […]

absences
absences

By Soledad Marambio. Translated by KT Billey.     I   the regulars the day to day’s the 9 to 9’s   the bus takes him the bus brings him back   on the arm, always a bag with some book     II   he takes the napkin cleans his mouth with it leaves […]

the ’80s
the '80s

By Soledad Marambio. Translated by KT Billey.   and the cows that fattened up to tear themselves to pieces on the street the fat cows and the dictator he followed   the bullets that rang through other neighborhoods and the one that crossed his office window on a day of protests while he lunched   […]