Jicaras Tristes ( Edition) [Alfredo Espino] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Los 96 poemas de jicaras tristes se salvan del fuego critico. Alfredo Espino (—August ) was a poet from El Salvador. Born in Ahuachapán, his only book is Jícaras Tristes (Sad Vessels), a collection of 96 poems. Jicaras tristes. Front Cover. Alfredo Espino. Clásicos Roxsil, – pages Jícaras tristes · Alfredo Espino Snippet view –
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