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Rita Golden Gelman uses a poem-within-a-story technique to simultaneously highlight the natural beauty of rice growing (“In the hot and humid sawah/In the middle of the day/Dragonflies are fluttering,/Dancing as they play”) and underscore the importance of rice in everyday Bali life. Artful frames separate the soft figures and rich earth tones of the poem’s canvas-like paintings from the more detailed illustrations of eels, dragonflies, rice plants, kernels, and other aspects of Balinese nature that populate the margins of each spread and enhance the informational prose.
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