Poems by Yevgeny Aleksandrovich Yevtushenko

By Yevgeny Aleksandrovich Yevtushenko

Yevtushenko Poems provides a compilation of poems through Yevgeny Yevtushenko, a Russian poet.
This booklet indicates Yevtushenkos literary sort in writing novels, essays, dramas, and poetry. made out of 37 chapters, this ebook starts with an summary of the good thing about poetry over prose in its retentiveness. this article then discusses the features of Yevtushenkos poems, that are different within the technique of substantiation and of their subject matters. different chapters current the best of Yevtushenkos poems, that is epic in its dimension, size, and scope.
This publication is a useful source for academics and scholars.

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Ovid and His Love Poetry by Rebecca Armstrong

By Rebecca Armstrong

Ovid committed approximately half his poetic profession to the creation of a number of collections of amatory verse, all composed in elegiac couplets. certainly, his irrepressible curiosity in love, intercourse and elegiac poetry is without doubt one of the defining gains of his whole output. the following Rebecca Armstrong deals a thematic exam of a few very important elements of the Amores, Ars Amatoria and Remedia Amoris. ranging from an research of the narrator's self-creation and presentation of alternative characters inside of his amatory verse, she assesses the significance of legendary and modern reference, in addition to the impact of the erotic on Ovid's later works. through the Ars and Remedia along the Amores, the continuities and contradictions within the poet's elegiac outlook are published, and a posh photograph is shaped of the Ovidian international of affection. Ovid's erotic works current the reader with a glimpse contained in the minds of either poets and enthusiasts, mediated via eyes that are usually vulnerable to comedy or even cynicism, yet continually sharp, perceptive and certainly thinking about human behaviour.

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Collected Novels and Plays by James Merrill

By James Merrill

Following the commonly celebrated Collected Poems, this moment quantity within the sequence of James Merrill's works brings us Merrill as novelist and playwright. simply as in his poems we come across prose items, dramatic discussion, or even a brief play in verse, in his novels and performs we discover the rhythms of his poetry mirrored and given new form.Merrill's first novel, The Seraglio, is a bold roman à clef derived largely from his adolescence because the cosmopolitan son of Charles Merrill, one among America's most renowned twentieth-century financiers. Written in a hugely subtle prose that owes whatever to Henry James, the booklet is a compelling portrait of the luxurious and treachery swirling round the Southampton seashore apartment of an irrepressible relations patriarch, together with his many mistresses and ex-mistresses in attendance, advised from the viewpoint of his vigorous yet bothered son. on the different finish of the narrative spectrum we discover The (Diblos) Notebook,...

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What Goes On: Selected and New Poems, 1995-2009 by Stephen Dunn

By Stephen Dunn

"Good poems are triumphs over the unlikely," Stephen Dunn says. "They make us beware in new ways." In his moment new and chosen assortment, Dunn subtly enlarges our experience of threat. His new poems, suffused with affection and rue for our international, sometimes tackle the metaphysical, as in those lines—

from “Talk to God”Ease into your misgivingsAsk him if in his weaknesshe was once ever responsiblefor a pettiness—some climate, say,brought in to teach who’s bosswhen not anyone appeared sufficiently movedby a sundown or the form of an egg.Ask him if whilst he gave us desirehe had underestimated its power.

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Multiversal: Poems by Amy Catanzano

By Amy Catanzano

Multiversal, the second one ebook through Amy Catanzano providing a idea of quantum poetics, invitations readers to discover the intersections among language, nature, technology, and realization. Multiversal takes its identify from the multiverse, a technology fiction idea that has turn into an accredited conception in physics. It means that fact contains a number of dimensions in area and time. In shape and content material, this assortment takes novel ways to the materiality of language itself, to the spacetime of poems.From the Foreword via Michael Palmer: Amy Catanzano bargains us a poetic imaginative and prescient of a number of orders and a number of kinds, of a fluid time set free from linearity and an open area that's motile and multidimensional. The paintings exists instantly in a future-past and in quite a few temporal modes. At one second the size is intimate, at one other limitless. She interrogates our technique of statement and size (the telescope, the ice-core), our mappings, our cosmic calculations, our assumptions approximately reason and impact. within the historical past, there's a conflict being fought,though which of many wars-cultural, medical, military-we should not advised. In a time of displacement corresponding to ours, she turns out to claim, as opposed to universals we needs to think multiversals, rather than the fastened, the metamorphic. up to the body can be cosmic (micro- or macro-), it is very important keep in mind that the paintings serves the important questions of the hereand-now, the flowering of the world,the corrosiveness of violence, the primacy of wish, the need of ask yourself. Multiversal represents an attempt to determine issues as they're via an act of poetic reimagining, that's, to work out variously in the folds and fields of the particular, the place the physis, or lifestyles strength, is living.

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The Collected Poems of Wilfred Owen by Wilfred Owen

By Wilfred Owen

"The very content material of Owen's poems used to be, and nonetheless is, pertinent to the emotions of younger males dealing with loss of life and the terrors of war." —The manhattan instances ebook Review

Wilfred Owen was once twenty-two while he enlisted within the Artists' Rifle Corps in the course of international conflict I. by the point Owen was once killed on the age of 25 on the conflict of Sambre, he had written what are thought of crucial British poems of WWI. This definitive variation is predicated on manuscripts of Owen's papers within the British Museum and different records.

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From the Book of Giants (Phoenix Poets) by Joshua Weiner

By Joshua Weiner

Song                         for Thom Gunn There isn't any east or westin the wooden you worry and seek,stumbling previous a gate of mossand what you wouldn't take. And what you notion you had(the the following that's no rest)you make from it an aidto shape no east, no west. No east.  No west.  No needfor given map or bell,vehicle, reveal, or speed.Forget the home, fail to remember the hill. Taking its identify from a collection of writings present in the useless Sea Scrolls, From the publication of Giants retunes the sign broadcast from those old fragments, transmitting a brand new sound within the form of a Roman drain disguise, in imitations of Dante and Martial, within the voice of a cricket and the hard-boiled American photographer Weegee, in elegies either public and private, and in poems that variety from the social speech of letters to the gnomic language of riddles. Out of poetry’s “complex of grievance and praise,” Joshua Weiner discovers, in a single poem, his personal complicity in Empire in the course of his son’s three-hitter on the White condo. In one other, an embroidered parrot sings a airtight nursery rhyme to an baby after 11th of September. (20061016)

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Alcools by Guillaume Apollinaire

By Guillaume Apollinaire

En 1913, Apollinaire publie Alcools, son preferable recueil. qui rassemble quinze ans de poésie. S'il est alors influencé par un symbolisme sur le déclin, il s'en démarque par d'audacieuses techniques : l. a. ponctuation disparaît et des innovations récentes, comme l'avion ou l'automobile, font leur entrée en poésie. Mais Alcools est aussi une oeuvre contrastée, où los angeles journey Eiffel et le pont Mirabeau côtoient des champs de colchiques et des forêts légendaires, où l'agitation du progrès se mêle aux motifs consacrés de l'amour perdu et du temps qui passe. Tantôt clairs comme le son des cloches rhénanes, tantôt sombres comme les geôles de l. a. felony de los angeles Santé, ces poèmes ouvrent los angeles voie à un nouveau lyrisme. Partagés entre culture et modernité, ils reflètent los angeles créativité bouillonnante d'une époque sur le aspect de basculer dans le chaos de los angeles Grande Guerre.

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Nothing to Declare by Henri Cole

By Henri Cole

The poems in Henri Cole's 9th e-book, not anything to claim, discover lifestyles and want and pleasure. every one poem begins up from its personal special celebration and is then carried out via dazzling (sometimes unnerving) and self-steadying domain names. the result's a bold, gentle, unguarded, and gentle assortment. After his final 3 books—Touch, Blackbird and Wolf, and heart Earth—in which the sonnet used to be a thrown form and never basically a template, Cole's buoyant new poems look trim and terse, with a first-place, last-ditch resonance. of their sorrowful richness, they mix a susceptibility to sensuousness and an expertise of desolation. With detailed reliability of aspect, a supple wealth of sound, and a speculative truthfulness, Cole transforms the ache of expertise into the willing excitement of expressive language. not anything to claim is a unprecedented paintings, precious and sturdy, gentle involved yet with simply enough weight to mark the soul.

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