By José Garcia Villa
The centennial variation of significant Filipino author José Garcia Villa's accumulated poetry
Known because the "Pope of Greenwich Village," José Garcia Villa had a distinct prestige because the in simple terms Asian poet between a gaggle of contemporary literary giants in Nineteen Forties manhattan that integrated W. H. Auden, Tennessee Williams, and a tender Gore Vidal. yet past his unique ethnicity, Villa was once a world poet who used to be renowned for "the reverence, the raptness, the intensity of focus in [his] bravely deep poems" (Marianne Moore). Doveglion (Villa's pen identify for dove, eagle, and lion) comprises Villa's accumulated poetry, together with infrequent and formerly unpublished material.
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