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By Friedrich Hölderlin

Una nueva y extraordinaria traducción del gran poeta alemán.

«Los poetas son vasos sagrados
donde se custodia el vino de l. a. vida,
el espíritu de los héroes.»

Junto a Píndaro, Dante o Shakespeare, Hölderlin pertenece a los angeles restringida familia de los grandes cantores de todos los tiempos. l. a. insondable belleza de sus poemas alcanza una trascendencia que rebasa los límites del movimiento romántico en que se gestaron, adentrándose así en un territorio indómito en el que se entreveran l. a. poesía, l. a. filosofía, el mundo clásico y los angeles espiritualidad.

El presente volumen, extraordinariamente traducido por Eduardo Gil Bera, reúne el corpus esencial de l. a. poesía de juventud y madurez del poeta de Suabia, desde las grandes odas hasta las elegías y los himnos, incluido «El archipiélago», uno de los grandes hitos de los angeles poesía common. Como recuerda Félix de Azúa en su iluminador prólogo, en estos poemas, a pesar de los angeles oscuridad circundante, aúlla un inmenso sí a los angeles vida.

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By Friedrich Hölderlin

Una nueva y extraordinaria traducción del gran poeta alemán.

«Los poetas son vasos sagrados
donde se custodia el vino de l. a. vida,
el espíritu de los héroes.»

Junto a Píndaro, Dante o Shakespeare, Hölderlin pertenece a los angeles restringida familia de los grandes cantores de todos los tiempos. l. a. insondable belleza de sus poemas alcanza una trascendencia que rebasa los límites del movimiento romántico en que se gestaron, adentrándose así en un territorio indómito en el que se entreveran l. a. poesía, l. a. filosofía, el mundo clásico y los angeles espiritualidad.

El presente volumen, extraordinariamente traducido por Eduardo Gil Bera, reúne el corpus esencial de l. a. poesía de juventud y madurez del poeta de Suabia, desde las grandes odas hasta las elegías y los himnos, incluido «El archipiélago», uno de los grandes hitos de los angeles poesía common. Como recuerda Félix de Azúa en su iluminador prólogo, en estos poemas, a pesar de los angeles oscuridad circundante, aúlla un inmenso sí a los angeles vida.

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Download E-books The Secret Garland: Antal's Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli (AAR Religions in Translation) PDF

By Archana Venkatesan

This booklet bargains new translations of the Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli, composed through the ninth-century Tamil mystic and poetess Kotai. of the main major compositions via a feminine mystic, the Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli provide expression to her strong reports by using a colourful and impressive sensuality, within which Visnu is her outstanding, spell binding, and infrequently merciless lover. Kotai's poetry is characterised through a richness of language during which phrases are imbued with polyvalence or even the main mundane stories are infused with the spirit of the divine. Her Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli are garlands of phrases, redolent with meanings ready to be stumbled on. this day Kotai is respected as a goddess, and as a testomony to the iconic relevance of her poetry, her Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli remain celebrated in South Indian ritual, song, dance, and the visible arts.

This publication goals to trap the lyricism, attractiveness, and gear of Kotai's unique works. furthermore, exact notes in response to conventional commentaries, and discussions of the ritual and performative lives of the Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli spotlight the significance of this ninth-century poet and her poems during the last 1000 years.

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By Archana Venkatesan

This booklet bargains new translations of the Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli, composed through the ninth-century Tamil mystic and poetess Kotai. of the main major compositions via a feminine mystic, the Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli provide expression to her strong reports by using a colourful and impressive sensuality, within which Visnu is her outstanding, spell binding, and infrequently merciless lover. Kotai's poetry is characterised through a richness of language during which phrases are imbued with polyvalence or even the main mundane stories are infused with the spirit of the divine. Her Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli are garlands of phrases, redolent with meanings ready to be stumbled on. this day Kotai is respected as a goddess, and as a testomony to the iconic relevance of her poetry, her Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli remain celebrated in South Indian ritual, song, dance, and the visible arts.

This publication goals to trap the lyricism, attractiveness, and gear of Kotai's unique works. furthermore, exact notes in response to conventional commentaries, and discussions of the ritual and performative lives of the Tiruppavai and Nacciyar Tirumoli spotlight the significance of this ninth-century poet and her poems during the last 1000 years.

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Download E-books Seven Notebooks: Poems PDF

By Campbell McGrath

An ant to the stars
or stars to the ant--which is
extra irrelevant?

Weekend Jet Skiers--
impolite to name them idiots,
sure, yet proof are facts.

Clamor of seabirds
because the solar falls--I glance up
and ten years have passed."
--from "Dawn Notebook"

Such is the expansive terrain of 7 Notebooks: the area because it is noticeable, recognized, imagined, and dreamed; our lives as they're felt, inspiration, wanted, and lived. Written in types that variety from haiku to prose, and in a voice that veers from incanta­tory to deadpan, those seven poetic sequences provide different reflections on language and poetry, time and cognizance, civilization and art--to say not anything of bureaucrats, surfboards, and blue margaritas. Taken jointly, Seven Notebooks composes a season-by-season account of a yr within the lifetime of its narrator, from spring in Chicago to summer time on the Jersey Shore to wintry weather in Miami seashore. now not a unique in verse, no longer a poetic magazine, yet a lyric chronicle, this totally specific booklet reclaims territory lengthy deserted by way of American poetry, a attribute ambition of Campbell McGrath, the most commemorated, obtainable, and humanistically engaged writers of our time.

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By Campbell McGrath

An ant to the stars
or stars to the ant--which is
extra irrelevant?

Weekend Jet Skiers--
impolite to name them idiots,
sure, yet proof are facts.

Clamor of seabirds
because the solar falls--I glance up
and ten years have passed."
--from "Dawn Notebook"

Such is the expansive terrain of 7 Notebooks: the area because it is noticeable, recognized, imagined, and dreamed; our lives as they're felt, inspiration, wanted, and lived. Written in types that variety from haiku to prose, and in a voice that veers from incanta­tory to deadpan, those seven poetic sequences provide different reflections on language and poetry, time and cognizance, civilization and art--to say not anything of bureaucrats, surfboards, and blue margaritas. Taken jointly, Seven Notebooks composes a season-by-season account of a yr within the lifetime of its narrator, from spring in Chicago to summer time on the Jersey Shore to wintry weather in Miami seashore. now not a unique in verse, no longer a poetic magazine, yet a lyric chronicle, this totally specific booklet reclaims territory lengthy deserted by way of American poetry, a attribute ambition of Campbell McGrath, the most commemorated, obtainable, and humanistically engaged writers of our time.

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Download E-books One Secret Thing PDF

By Sharon Olds

Sharon Olds completes her cycle of family members poems in a booklet right away excessive and harmonic, playful with language, and wealthy with a brand new self-awareness and feel of irony.

The commencing poem, with its series of fearsome photographs of battle, serves as a prelude to poems of domestic during which humor, anger, and compassion sing including lyric energy—sometimes comedian, occasionally packed with one of those unblinking forgiveness. those songs of pleasure and danger—public and private—illuminate each other. because the publication unfolds, the portrait of the mummy is going via a relocating revisioning, top us to a last sequence of elegies of hard-won mourning. One mystery factor is charged all through with Sharon Olds’s attribute ardour, mind's eye, and poetic power.

The health practitioner at the mobilephone used to be younger, probably on his
first rotation within the emergency room.
On the traditional boarding-school radio,
in the attic corridor, the announcer had given my
boyfriend’s identify as one in every of two
brought to the clinic after the sunrise
service, the egg-hunt, the crash—one of them
critical, certainly one of them lifeless. i used to be taking a look at the
stairwell banisters, at their lathing,
the necks and knobs like joints and bones,
the varnish right here thicker right here thinner—I had said
Which certainly one of them died, and now the area was
an ant’s global: the massive crumb of each
second thrown, one way or the other, up onto
my again, and the younger, drained voice
said my clean love’s name.

from “Easter 1960”

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By Sharon Olds

Sharon Olds completes her cycle of family members poems in a booklet right away excessive and harmonic, playful with language, and wealthy with a brand new self-awareness and feel of irony.

The commencing poem, with its series of fearsome photographs of battle, serves as a prelude to poems of domestic during which humor, anger, and compassion sing including lyric energy—sometimes comedian, occasionally packed with one of those unblinking forgiveness. those songs of pleasure and danger—public and private—illuminate each other. because the publication unfolds, the portrait of the mummy is going via a relocating revisioning, top us to a last sequence of elegies of hard-won mourning. One mystery factor is charged all through with Sharon Olds’s attribute ardour, mind's eye, and poetic power.

The health practitioner at the mobilephone used to be younger, probably on his
first rotation within the emergency room.
On the traditional boarding-school radio,
in the attic corridor, the announcer had given my
boyfriend’s identify as one in every of two
brought to the clinic after the sunrise
service, the egg-hunt, the crash—one of them
critical, certainly one of them lifeless. i used to be taking a look at the
stairwell banisters, at their lathing,
the necks and knobs like joints and bones,
the varnish right here thicker right here thinner—I had said
Which certainly one of them died, and now the area was
an ant’s global: the massive crumb of each
second thrown, one way or the other, up onto
my again, and the younger, drained voice
said my clean love’s name.

from “Easter 1960”

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Download E-books Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley PDF

“Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley” Contains:

• An aesthetic conceal page.

• A starting click-able desk of Contents for all titles.

• Inner click-able Tables of Contents for all person books with a number of chapters.

• Nicely prepared chapters and text.

Author’s works include:

• A DEFENCE OF POETRY AND different ESSAYS

• QUEEN MAB

• ALASTO

• THE insurrection OF ISLAM

• PROMETHEUS UNBOUND

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“Complete Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley” Contains:

• An aesthetic conceal page.

• A starting click-able desk of Contents for all titles.

• Inner click-able Tables of Contents for all person books with a number of chapters.

• Nicely prepared chapters and text.

Author’s works include:

• A DEFENCE OF POETRY AND different ESSAYS

• QUEEN MAB

• ALASTO

• THE insurrection OF ISLAM

• PROMETHEUS UNBOUND

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Download E-books Joseph Brodsky, Selected Poems PDF

By Joseph Brodsky

Joseph Brodsky was once born in 1940, in Leningrad, and started writing poetry while he was once eighteen. Anna Akhmatova quickly well-known within the younger poet the main proficient lyric voice of his iteration. From March 1964 until eventually November 1965, Brodsky lived in exile within the Arkhangelsk quarter of northern Russia; he were sentenced to 5 years in exile at demanding exertions for "social parasitism," yet didn't serve out his term.

Four of Brodsky's poems have been released in Leningrad anthologies in 1966 and 1967, yet so much of his paintings has seemed basically within the West. he's a most suitable poetic translator and has translated into Russian, between others, the English metaphysical poets, and the Polish emigre poet, Czeslaw Milosz. His personal poetry has been translated into no less than ten languages. Joseph Brodsky: chosen Poems was once released by way of Penguin Books in London (1973), and via Harper & Row in ny (1974), translated by means of George L. Kline and with a foreword via W.H. Auden. A quantity of Brodsky's chosen poems translated in French has been released through Gallimard; a German translation, through Piper Verlag; and an Italian translation, through Mondadori and Adelphi. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux released Brodsky's acclaimed assortment, part of Speech, in 1980.

On June four, 1972, Joseph Brodsky turned an involuntary exile from his local state. After short remains in Vienna and London, he got here to the us. He has been Poet-in-Residence and vacationing Professor on the college of Michigan, Queens university, Smith university, Columbia college, and Cambridge collage in England. He at present is 5 university Professor of Literature at Mount Holyoke university. In 1978, Brodsky was once provided an honorary measure of health practitioner of Letters at Yale college, and on may possibly 23, 1979, he used to be inducted as a member of the yank Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. In 1981, Brodsky was once a recipient of the loo D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation's award for his works of "genius".

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By Joseph Brodsky

Joseph Brodsky was once born in 1940, in Leningrad, and started writing poetry while he was once eighteen. Anna Akhmatova quickly well-known within the younger poet the main proficient lyric voice of his iteration. From March 1964 until eventually November 1965, Brodsky lived in exile within the Arkhangelsk quarter of northern Russia; he were sentenced to 5 years in exile at demanding exertions for "social parasitism," yet didn't serve out his term.

Four of Brodsky's poems have been released in Leningrad anthologies in 1966 and 1967, yet so much of his paintings has seemed basically within the West. he's a most suitable poetic translator and has translated into Russian, between others, the English metaphysical poets, and the Polish emigre poet, Czeslaw Milosz. His personal poetry has been translated into no less than ten languages. Joseph Brodsky: chosen Poems was once released by way of Penguin Books in London (1973), and via Harper & Row in ny (1974), translated by means of George L. Kline and with a foreword via W.H. Auden. A quantity of Brodsky's chosen poems translated in French has been released through Gallimard; a German translation, through Piper Verlag; and an Italian translation, through Mondadori and Adelphi. Farrar, Straus, and Giroux released Brodsky's acclaimed assortment, part of Speech, in 1980.

On June four, 1972, Joseph Brodsky turned an involuntary exile from his local state. After short remains in Vienna and London, he got here to the us. He has been Poet-in-Residence and vacationing Professor on the college of Michigan, Queens university, Smith university, Columbia college, and Cambridge collage in England. He at present is 5 university Professor of Literature at Mount Holyoke university. In 1978, Brodsky was once provided an honorary measure of health practitioner of Letters at Yale college, and on may possibly 23, 1979, he used to be inducted as a member of the yank Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. In 1981, Brodsky was once a recipient of the loo D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation's award for his works of "genius".

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Download E-books The Living Fire PDF

By Edward Hirsch

A wealthy and important number of a couple of hundred poems, drawn from a life of "wild gratitude" in poetry.

In poems chronicling insomnia ("the blue-rimmed side / of outer darkish, these crossroads / the place we meet the dead"), artwork and tradition (poems on Edward Hopper and Paul Celan, love poems within the voices of Baudelaire and Gertrude Stein, a meditation on suitcases of children's drawings that got here out of the Terezin focus camp), and his personal event, together with the strong, frank self-examinations in his newer paintings, Edward Hirsch monitors gorgeous variety and caliber. many times confronting the darkness, his personal feel of godlessness ("Forgive me, religion, for by no means having any"), he additionally struggles with the not going presence of the divine, the ability of artwork to redeem human transience, and the complexity of relationships. during the assortment, his personal lifestyles trajectory enriches the poems; he's the "skinny, long-beaked boy / who perched within the branches of the previous department library," in addition to the passionate middle-aged guy who tells his lover, "I want i'll paint you-- / . . . / i would like a broom on your challenging angles / and ferocious blues and reds. / . . . / I want i may paint you / from the waist down."

Grieving for the losses occasioned by means of our mortality, Hirsch's final impulse as a poet is to praise--to wreathe himself, as he writes, in "the dwelling fire" that burns with a ferocious intensity.

From the Hardcover version.

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By Edward Hirsch

A wealthy and important number of a couple of hundred poems, drawn from a life of "wild gratitude" in poetry.

In poems chronicling insomnia ("the blue-rimmed side / of outer darkish, these crossroads / the place we meet the dead"), artwork and tradition (poems on Edward Hopper and Paul Celan, love poems within the voices of Baudelaire and Gertrude Stein, a meditation on suitcases of children's drawings that got here out of the Terezin focus camp), and his personal event, together with the strong, frank self-examinations in his newer paintings, Edward Hirsch monitors gorgeous variety and caliber. many times confronting the darkness, his personal feel of godlessness ("Forgive me, religion, for by no means having any"), he additionally struggles with the not going presence of the divine, the ability of artwork to redeem human transience, and the complexity of relationships. during the assortment, his personal lifestyles trajectory enriches the poems; he's the "skinny, long-beaked boy / who perched within the branches of the previous department library," in addition to the passionate middle-aged guy who tells his lover, "I want i'll paint you-- / . . . / i would like a broom on your challenging angles / and ferocious blues and reds. / . . . / I want i may paint you / from the waist down."

Grieving for the losses occasioned by means of our mortality, Hirsch's final impulse as a poet is to praise--to wreathe himself, as he writes, in "the dwelling fire" that burns with a ferocious intensity.

From the Hardcover version.

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Download E-books The Original 1939 Notebook of a Return to the Native Land: Bilingual Edition (Wesleyan Poetry Series) PDF

By Aimé Césaire

Objectiveé Césaire’s masterpiece, workstation of a go back to the fatherland, is a piece of monstrous cultural value and wonder. This lengthy poem used to be the start of Césaire’s quest for négritude, and it turned an anthem of Blacks world wide. statement on Césaire’s paintings has frequently excited by its chilly battle and anticolonialist rhetoric—material that Césaire merely further in 1956. the unique 1939 model of the poem, given right here in French, and in its first English translation, finds a piece that's either religious and cultural in constitution, tone, and thrust. This Wesleyan variation contains the unique illustrations by means of Wifredo Lam, and an advent, notes, and chronology via A. James Arnold.

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By Aimé Césaire

Objectiveé Césaire’s masterpiece, workstation of a go back to the fatherland, is a piece of monstrous cultural value and wonder. This lengthy poem used to be the start of Césaire’s quest for négritude, and it turned an anthem of Blacks world wide. statement on Césaire’s paintings has frequently excited by its chilly battle and anticolonialist rhetoric—material that Césaire merely further in 1956. the unique 1939 model of the poem, given right here in French, and in its first English translation, finds a piece that's either religious and cultural in constitution, tone, and thrust. This Wesleyan variation contains the unique illustrations by means of Wifredo Lam, and an advent, notes, and chronology via A. James Arnold.

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Download E-books It's go in horizontal: Selected Poems, 1974-2006 (New California Poetry) PDF

By Leslie Scalapino

Internationally well-known as the most cutting edge writers in the US this day, Leslie Scalapino again and again demanding situations the bounds of many kinds during which she works—poetry, prose, performs, and extra. This amazing quantity comprises paintings from sequential and serial poems written over thirty-two years. The poems show rules and innovations in writing, and the way one writing invention results in the following. 3 sequence are chosen from the lengthy poem way, about which Philip Whalen acknowledged, "She makes every thing occur in actual time, within the gentle and air and evening the place we all stay, every little thing occurring at once." fresh poems, reminiscent of these from "DeLay Rose," seem to depart the web page itself as a unmarried countless line during which the activities of people and occurrences within the open air international are synonymous, mysterious, and simultaneous. It's pass in horizontal is a stunning entryway into the oeuvre of a bold and robust writer.

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By Leslie Scalapino

Internationally well-known as the most cutting edge writers in the US this day, Leslie Scalapino again and again demanding situations the bounds of many kinds during which she works—poetry, prose, performs, and extra. This amazing quantity comprises paintings from sequential and serial poems written over thirty-two years. The poems show rules and innovations in writing, and the way one writing invention results in the following. 3 sequence are chosen from the lengthy poem way, about which Philip Whalen acknowledged, "She makes every thing occur in actual time, within the gentle and air and evening the place we all stay, every little thing occurring at once." fresh poems, reminiscent of these from "DeLay Rose," seem to depart the web page itself as a unmarried countless line during which the activities of people and occurrences within the open air international are synonymous, mysterious, and simultaneous. It's pass in horizontal is a stunning entryway into the oeuvre of a bold and robust writer.

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Download E-books Aurora Leigh and Other Poems (Penguin Classics) PDF

By Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Julia Bolton Holloway

Aurora Leigh (1856), Elizabeth Barrett Browning's epic novel in clean verse, tells the tale of the making of a girl poet, exploring 'the girl question', paintings and its relation to politics and social oppression. The texts during this choice are established basically at the earliest published types of the poems. What Edgar Allan Poe referred to as 'her wild and luxurious genius' is amply in proof. as well as Aurora Leigh, this quantity comprises poetry from the different volumes of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's released poetry from 1826 to 1862, together with Casa Guidi home windows (1851), Songs for the Ragged faculties of London (1854) and the British Library manuscript textual content of the 'Sonnets from the Portuguese' (1846) which documents her courtship with Robert Browning.

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By Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Julia Bolton Holloway

Aurora Leigh (1856), Elizabeth Barrett Browning's epic novel in clean verse, tells the tale of the making of a girl poet, exploring 'the girl question', paintings and its relation to politics and social oppression. The texts during this choice are established basically at the earliest published types of the poems. What Edgar Allan Poe referred to as 'her wild and luxurious genius' is amply in proof. as well as Aurora Leigh, this quantity comprises poetry from the different volumes of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's released poetry from 1826 to 1862, together with Casa Guidi home windows (1851), Songs for the Ragged faculties of London (1854) and the British Library manuscript textual content of the 'Sonnets from the Portuguese' (1846) which documents her courtship with Robert Browning.

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