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📒Selected Writings The Space Within ✍ Henri Michaux
✏Selected Writings The Space Within Book Summary :
📒Stroke By Stroke ✍ Henri Michaux
✏Stroke by Stroke Book Summary : 'Michaux travels via his languages: lines, words, colors, silences, rhythms. And he does not hesitate to break the back of a word. . . . In order to arrive: where? At that nowhere that is here, there and everywhere.' - Octavio Paz
📒Darkness Moves ✍ Henri Michaux
✏Darkness Moves Book Summary : An anthology of the works of the French poet and artist contains substantial selections from his major volumes and includes several of his unique paintings, hallucinated visions, fables, fantastic journeys, meditations, and essays.
📒A Barbarian In Asia ✍ Henri Michaux
✏A Barbarian in Asia Book Summary : Michaux, A Barbarian in Asia. surreal and ironic impressions about Asia.
📒Henri Michaux ✍ Nina Parish
✏Henri Michaux Book Summary : Henri Michaux is both a recognised poet and visual artist, arguably one of the greatest 'double artists' of the twentieth century. This book presents the first detailed examination of a particular interdisciplinary aspect of his production, namely, the innovative experimentation with signs contained in four works: Mouvements, Par la voie des rythmes, Saisir and Par des traits. Questions arise concerning their literary and visual status as, in their attempt to render interior rhythm and dynamism, they occupy an interstitial space between writing and drawing, between the book and the canvas, between the Western alphabet and Chinese characters. This study addresses these questions by analysing the conception, production and reception of Michaux's signs and the literary and artistic contexts in which they were produced.
📒War Songs ✍ 'Antarah ibn Shaddad
✏War Songs Book Summary : Poems of love and battle by Arabia’s legendary warrior From the sixth-century highlands of Najd in the Arabian peninsula, on the eve of the advent of Islam, come the strident cries of a legendary warrior and poet. The black outcast son of an Arab father and an Ethiopian slave mother, 'Antarah ibn Shaddad struggled to win the recognition of his father and tribe. He defied social norms and, despite his outcast status, loyally defended his people. 'Antarah captured his tumultuous life in uncompromising poetry that combines flashes of tenderness with blood-curdling violence. His war songs are testaments to his life-long battle to win the recognition of his people and the hand of 'Ablah, the free-born woman he loved but who was denied him by her family. War Songs presents the poetry attributed to 'Antarah and includes a selection of poems taken from the later Epic of 'Antar, a popular story-cycle that continues to captivate and charm Arab audiences to this day with tales of its hero’s titanic feats of strength and endurance. 'Antarah’s voice resonates here, for the first time in vibrant, contemporary English, intoning its eternal truths: commitment to one’s beliefs, loyalty to kith and kin, and fidelity in love.
📒New Selected Poems And Translations ✍ Ezra Pound
✏New Selected Poems and Translations Book Summary : An essential collection of the author's poetry is newly expanded and annotated, with essays by Richard Sieburth, T. S. Eliot and John Berryman. Original.
📒The Man Of Jasmine ✍ Unica Zürn
✏The Man of Jasmine Book Summary : A collection of writings by Zurn who committed suicide by throwing herself from a window in 1970. Includes her most famous work and several other fictional texts whaich makes this a comprehensive survey of one of the great writers in the post-war Surrealist tradition.
📒Small Hours Of The Night ✍ Roque Dalton
✏Small Hours of the Night Book Summary : "English-only edition of poems written from exile, prison, and on the run by the Salvadoran revolutionary whose life and word urged love as well as change. Selected from 10 of his collections including two posthumous manuscripts, but none are from Poemasclandestinos (1980). The vital force of the intimate, conversational Spanish challenges the translators. Introductory essays by Ernesto Cardenal, Claribel Alegrâia, and Hardie St. Martin recommend work for the classroom and the general reader"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.
📒The Pisan Cantos ✍ Ezra Pound
✏The Pisan Cantos Book Summary : At last, a definitive, paperback edition of Ezra Pound's finest work.