4 edition of Selected prose and poetry found in the catalog.
|Statement||Holt, Rinehart and Winston|
|Publishers||Holt, Rinehart and Winston|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 99 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Before reading this book, I thought historical fiction was my favorite genre of literature, but Poe's works opened the doors to a whole new field of interest for Selected prose and poetry.
"Fables, Elegies, and Things of the Earth" includes fifteen of Mistral's most accessible prose-poems. So, this writing pattern and cadence is the beauty of poetry, which cannot be summarized. how to confront the often twisted countours of our living world with a startling voice, rhythm, or realignment even, yet without mauling any of our messy moorings. Anyway, I appreciated the translator's introduction to the collection - not just the 'why' but also the 'how' it was brought together, looking at others' translations.
Fables, Elegies, and Things of the Earth-- El mar-- The Sea-- La cebra-- The Zebra-- El faison dorado-- The Golden Pheasant-- La harina-- Flour-- Elogio de la sal-- In Praise of Salt-- El higo-- The Fig-- La pica-- The Pineapple-- La tortuga-- The Tortoise-- Pan-- Bread-- La jirafa-- The Giraffe-- La alpaca-- The Alpaca-- El girasol-- The Sunflower-- Elogio del crystal-- In Praise of Glass-- Elogio de la arena-- In Praise of Sand-- Segundo elogio de la arena-- Second Praise-Song for the Sand-- II.
a musical intonation of stressed long sounding and unstressed short sounding syllables to express or describe emotions, moments, ideas, experiences, feelings and thoughts of the poet to the audience. Such connections within these Mistral texts point to an integrity deeper than the apparent paradoxes of the biography and of the iconic "Gabriela.
Sometime before the Industrial Age I stumbled upon an anthology at the university library. Although Celan survived, his family were killed Selected prose and poetry Eastern European death camps; after the war he experienced considerable survivor guilt, and eventually committed suicide in 1970.
Blunt hourposts grope toward a strange time.
She was a lay member of the Franciscan order who did not attend Mass regularly. The word about going to-the-depths that we once read. Blunt hourposts grope toward a strange time. I bought a different edition, this one, and dip into it once in awhile as one does with funky, strange old books which one doesn't remember owning or reading very much anymore. Petersburg childhood, an essay written just after the Russian Revolution, and extracts from three works of the early 1930s.
To begin with, take warning, I am surely far different from what you suppose; Do you suppose you will find in me your ideal?
If you are a fan of modern European poetry, or interested in the Holocaust and its influence on literature, you might pick up Felstiner's translations if you cannot read the original German.
He loves people and he shares his lo I love Walt Whitman.
There exist many popular translations of Mandelstam in English, including The Selected Poems , published in 1973 by Clarence Brown and W.