7 edition of The poem itself found in the catalog.
The poem itself
|Statement||Associate editors: Dudley Fitts, Henri Peyre, John Frederick Nims.|
|LC Classifications||PN6099 .B8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||60009915|
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The Poem Itself. This classic work contains over of the greatest modern French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian poems presented in the original languages, accompanied by a literal translation into English, a word by word commentary on the text, notes on /5.
The Poem Itself Paperback – July 1, by Stanley Burnshaw (Author) out of 5 stars 2 ratingsCited by: Here in France there is almost no interest for Hebrew literature and almost no effort of translation (although recently Appelfeld's books began only to be published in French).
So this anthology, "The modern Hebrew poem itself" is really a great gift from America's open /5(3). In an impressive collection of modern European and South American poems, Stanley Burnshaw, novelist, poet, and scholar brings the English speaking reader closer than he might have believed possible to the essence of hitherto obscure verse.
The poems' titles set The poem itself book reader off on disorienting inward journeys, in which each word, each abbreviated line considers, contradicts, and questions our experience and perception of inner and outer worlds."―Janet St.
John, Booklist5/5(2). The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself. In this new and expanded edition of a classic volume first printed inThe Modern Hebrew Poem Itself adds the dynamic voices of a new generation of Hebrew poets. Each poem appears in both its original Hebrew and an English phonetic transcription, along with extensive commentary and a literal English translation.4/5(5).
OCLC Number: Description: xliii, pages ; 20 cm. Contents: Acknowledgdments --Introduction --The three revolutions of modern poetry --French --German --Spanish and Portuguese --Italian Title: Pelican books, A; A Pelican original, 9/6: Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Stanley Burnshaw ; associate editors, Dudley Fitts, Henri Peyre, John.
The Poem Itself: of the Finest Modern Poets in the Original Languages. In this Book. Available again for a new generation, this classic work contains over of the greatest modern French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, and Russian poems presented in the original languages and brilliantly illuminated by English : Stanley Burnshaw.
Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Burnshaw, Stanley, Poem itself. Cleveland: World Pub. Co., without ever having felt sorry for itself. About “Self-Pity” In this short and poignant poem, D. Lawrence calls it like he sees it and lets the reader do most of the work.
"Self-Pity" Track. Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Poem itself. New York: Horizon Press, (OCoLC) The Modern Hebrew Poem Itself is a must-have for lovers of poetry and Jewish literature.
Published by: Wayne State University Press Stanley Burnshaw, retired author, critic, and publisher, originated the method for presenting poetry used in this volume.
By the time I finished this book my former understanding of the process of translating poetry was shredded. Burnshaw has--(IMO)--gathered masters of the close reading of language, looking for what separates line from line, word from word, as well as the space between--the essence of the original work--not merely a simplified replacement of a word or phrase, but recognizing where the accurate /5.
Buy The Poem Itself Reprint, Multilingual by Stanley Burnshaw (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(2). In this new and expanded edition of a classic volume first printed inThe Modern Hebrew Poem Itself adds the dynamic voices of a new generation of Hebrew poets.
Each poem appears in both its original Hebrew and an English phonetic transcription, along with extensive commentary and a literal English translation. This offers readers who know little or no Hebrew a way to experience the poem.
so I closed the book. But the girl called out: ‘Don’t leave me here; I need you to help me.’ I was cold with fear so the book stayed shut. I put it back on the shelf; put it out of my mind but then – it opened itself.
Right there in front of me it opened up wide and I heard a. The poem itself therefore may be considered an attempt to stall for time before going on to what the poet imagined would be far more difficult composition. As he tells the reader repeatedly, his purpose was threefold: to provide a reexamination of his qualifications, to honor Coleridge, and to create an introduction to The Recluse.
Urgayle gives the gift of the book, with the poem inside of it, to signal to Moore’s character that he is apologizing to her for the abuse she suffered under his hands. He respects her. Certainly she has transformed from recruit to SEAL in the movie, but Urgayle has transformed too.
His two varied, readings of the poem mark his growth as a man. The project manifested as a poem written by Gibson incorporated into an artist's book created by Ashbaugh; as such it was as much a work of collaborative conceptual art as poetry.
Gibson stated that Ashbaugh's design "eventually included a supposedly self-devouring floppy-disk intended to Author: William Gibson. Poems in French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish with translations and commentary in English. Description: xliii pages ; 24 cm.
Series Title: A Touchstone book: Responsibility: edited and with an introduction by Stanley Burnshaw ; associate editors. Author of books about Keats and T.S. Eliot, and creator of The New Oxford Book of Victorian Verse, Ricks must be one of the few people on the planet both famous enough to be asked to remake this book and widely enough read to do it well/5(27).COVID Resources.
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The poem itself consists of a motto.