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Omnibus #26

podcast icon Posted Monday, April 16, 2007. Total length: 17:35

Dr. Luis Rivera, Associate Professor of Finance from the Townsend School of Business, on the life and works of his father, Guatemalan poet and diplomat Victor Manuel Rivera-Toledo.
"...he had this passion inside for love, as well as his concern about the human condition."
Dr. Luis Rivera

Shownotes with related links:

(Music Courtesy of the Podshow Podsafe Music Network)

  • 0:10 Introduction
    Chris Kretz - Instructor/Reference Librarian
  • 2:04 Interview with Dr. Luis Rivera
    • Rivera Toledo, Victor Manuel. Lira ausente. Guatemala: Piedra Santa Editorial, 2001.
      Available from the following libraries.
Poems (all copyright Victor Manuel Rivera-Toledo)
  • 4:56 "Cuscatleca"
  • 6:28 "Christmas"
  • 9:09 "Requiem for the Missing"
  • 12:19 "Black Thursday"
  • 15:12 "What Will You Do with My Verses?"
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