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    Telex Moon

    Cirilo F. Bautista

    Winner, National Book Award, Poetry, 1981
    “The most fruitful way of writing an epic poem based on history is to treat historical data creatively, that is, fictionalize them. The objective is to make a poem out of history—that is, to reconfigure it through artistic and aesthetic means so that the product emerges as a pleasurable interpretation of history but not contradicting history or distorting it.”—from the foreword of The Trilogy of Saint Lazarus
    Manila: De La Salle University Integrated Research Center, 1981
    ISBN: 0
    99 pages

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