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"Still Movement" and other Poems by Natan Barreto

Tuesday, October 25, 2016 - 2:30pm to 3:30pm
John Cotton Dana Library

The Dana Room - 4th Floor
185 University Avenue
Rutgers University-Newark
Newark, NJ 07102

Speakers: 
NATAN BARRETO
Admission:
Free
For more info:
Luciane Castilho
973-353-5498

BILINGUAL POETRY READING OF "STILL MOVEMENT" AND OTHER POEMS BY BRAZILIAN WRITER NATAN BARRETO

Natan Barreto was born in Salvador, Brazil. He has lived in Rio, Paris, Rome, and since 1992, in London. He has published three collections of poetry, Under the Roofs of the Night (1999); Hiding Places on Paper (2007) and Still Movement (2016); a volume of translations from the French of Madagascan writer Jean-Joseph Rabearivelo, Almost-Dreams & Translated from the Night (2009); and the biography Among the Mango Trees: The Life of Eunice Palma (2011).

He will be discussing his previous work and giving readings from his poetry, including his latest book, Still Movement, a series of reflections on the works of artists such as Portinari, Michelangelo, Tarsila do Amaral, Hokusai, and Frida Kahlo.