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Without End: New and Selected Poems de Adam…
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Without End: New and Selected Poems (edició 2003)

de Adam Zagajewski (Autor), Clare Cavanagh (Traductor), Benjamin Ivry (Traductor), Renata Gorczynski (Traductor)

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The best work of one of Poland's greatest younger poets I love to swim in the sea, which keeps talking to itself in the monotone of a vagabond who no longer recalls exactly how long he's been on the road. Swimming is like prayer: palms join and part, join and part almost without end. - from "On Swimming" This selection draws from Adam Zagajewski's English-language collections, both in and out of print; it also includes work from his early books, Communique and Butcher Shop, as well as new poems that are among Zagajewski's most refreshing and rewarding: meditations on human frailty and vigor, they are vividly imagined, of great clarity of thought and scrupulous attention to the natural world. In Clare Cavanagh's lucid, graceful translations these poems share the vocation that allows us, in Zagajewski's words, "to experience astonishment and to stop still in that astonishment for a long moment or two."… (més)
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Títol:Without End: New and Selected Poems
Autors:Adam Zagajewski (Autor)
Altres autors:Clare Cavanagh (Traductor), Benjamin Ivry (Traductor), Renata Gorczynski (Traductor)
Informació:FSG Adult (2003), Edition: 1st, 306 pages
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"Philosophers" is one of my very favorite poems, as bitter as it is. I saw Zagajewski in person last year, and thought him not only impeccable in mind but also in speech. He's very old and careful, yet there's a dynamism and sense of humor there that's really wonderful. ( )
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I quite enjoyed reading Without End from start to finish. The diversity of poetry within the 270+ pages is refreshing. I especially liked the poet to poet dedications. It's as if Zagajewski is saying, "from one writer to another, I feel your craft and it influences mine." ( )
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The best work of one of Poland's greatest younger poets I love to swim in the sea, which keeps talking to itself in the monotone of a vagabond who no longer recalls exactly how long he's been on the road. Swimming is like prayer: palms join and part, join and part almost without end. - from "On Swimming" This selection draws from Adam Zagajewski's English-language collections, both in and out of print; it also includes work from his early books, Communique and Butcher Shop, as well as new poems that are among Zagajewski's most refreshing and rewarding: meditations on human frailty and vigor, they are vividly imagined, of great clarity of thought and scrupulous attention to the natural world. In Clare Cavanagh's lucid, graceful translations these poems share the vocation that allows us, in Zagajewski's words, "to experience astonishment and to stop still in that astonishment for a long moment or two."

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