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Published by Kitchen Table Press in New York .
Written in English


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Statementpoems by Mila D. Aguilar ; introduction by Audre Lorde.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21380600M
ISBN 100913175048
OCLC/WorldCa11969079

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  A comrade is he. for whom the peasant's toes. get muscled and big. because, like a rice seedling, he will grow, one of precious many, to fill the hunger. of him who cared enough. to nurture little seedlings. A comrade is as precious. as a rice seedling. fed and nurtured. guarded from pestilence and floods And yes, beloved of the peasant /the_red_period/a_comrade_is_as_precious_as/ Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. A comrade is as precious as a rice seedling by Aguilar, Mila D.; 3 editions; First published in ; Subjects: Women; Places: Philippines Mila D. Aguilar is the author of A Comrade Is As Precious As A Rice Seedling ( avg rating, 7 ratings, 1 review), A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice S A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling; Poems [Mila D. Aguilar, Audre Lorde] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Revolutionary Filippina poet imprisoned in Manila for her poems. My fingers curled up/To a firm trigger squeeze/And the

Brown University Library Search. Toggle facets Limit your search Access. At the library 1; Format. Book 1; Author. Aguilar, Mila D. 1; Publication Year. 1; A comrade is as precious as a rice seedling. Aguilar, Mila D.. Book?q=Mila+D.+Aguilar&search_field=author.   Ni Mila D. Aguilar (nayanak idi ) ket Filipina a mannaniw, rebolusionario, mannalaysay, mannuro, agdokdokumentario babaen ti video, ken agdesdesinio iti website. Sinuratna dagiti libro ti daniw iti A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling ken Journey: An Autobiography in Verse (–).. Kas maysa a mannaniw, nakasuraten kadagiti agarup a a daniw iti Ingles, Filipino, ken   5. A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling (New York , and ); also in Braille, Womyn’s Series. 6. Journey: An Autobiography in This poem samples & reconfigures lines from the following: Mila D. Aguilar, “A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling” and “The Peoples’ Poem,” in A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling (New York: Kitchen Table Press, ), 38, 11; Chrystos, “I Walk in the History of My People,” in This Bridge Called My Back: Writings by

In November , Kitchen Table Women of Color Press published A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling, a book of poetry reflecting her work against the Marcos government. The poem “Orientation: No Romance” by Aguilar begins: “Let me tell you about the movement / The revolutionary twists and turns / The flow as well as the ebb / Not Aguilar, Mila D. A comrade is as precious as a rice , NY: Kitchen Table, Women of Color Press, Clarke, Cheryl. Narratives: poems in the tradition of Black Mila D. Aguilar (born ) is a Filipina poet and revolutionary, author of A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling and Journey: An Autobiography in Verse ().She is also an essayist, teacher, video documentarist, and website designer. As a poet, she has written about poems in English, Filipino, and of these are in her collection of poems, Journey: An d aguilar/en-en. () and The Mass Line /A Second Remoulding (Manila ), and the rest under her real name after she had surfaced and continued the struggle above ground— Why Cage Pigeons? (), Pall Hanging over Manila (), and A Comrade is as Precious as a Rice Seedling (, and ). ://