Dreaming the End of WarBook - 2006
"This suite of twelve dreams, emanating from the borderland between Mexico and the United States, traces humanity's addiction to violence and killing - from boys stepping on ants to men shooting animals, men shooting women, men shooting enemies. The dreams begin in a desert landscape where poverty and wealth grate against each other, and the ever-present war becomes "as invisible as the desert sands we trample on." The dreams move toward a greater peace, with Saenz providing glimpses of a peace that is possible in this world."--Jacket.
Publisher: Port Townsend, Wash. : Copper Canyon Press, ©2006
Call Number: 811.5 S127d 2006
Characteristics: 71 pages ; 23 cm