Les cançons d’Ariadna Cementiri de Sinera Les Hores Mrs. loss of life El caminant i el mur ultimate del laberint l. a. pell de brau Llibre de Sinera Setmana Santa in step with al llibre de salms d’aquests vells cecs Formes i paraules in line with a l. a. bona gent Fragments. Versots. Intencions. Matisos Poemes dispersos Salvador Espriu (Santa Coloma de Farners, 1913 - Barcelona, 1985) va escriure assaig i teatre, in keeping withò l. a. seva importància indiscutible en l. a. literatura del segle XX es deu, sobretot, a l. a. seva obra poètica i a l. a. seva obra narrativa. Amb motiu del centenari del seu naixement, labutxaca presenta una edició que recull, d’una banda, los angeles narrativa completa, i de l’altra, l. a. poesia completa del gran autor. En little toddlers dos casos, els textos s’editen en l. a. versió defi nitiva, a càrrec de Gabriella Gavagnin i Víctor Martínez-Gil (narrativa) i d’Olívia Gassol (poesia), responsables també de l. a. presentació dels respectius volums.
By Charles Bukowski
Charles Bukowski is considered one of America's best-known modern writers of poetry and prose, and, many may declare, its such a lot influential and imitated poet. He used to be born in Andernach, Germany, and raised in la, the place he lived for 50 years. He released his first tale in 1944, while he was once twenty-four, and commenced writing poetry on the age of thirty-five.
By Christian Wiman
One of The long island Times' 10 favourite Poetry Books of 2014
National e-book Critics Circle Award Finalist
Winner of the 2015 Philosophical Society of Texas Award of advantage in Poetry
A searing new assortment from certainly one of our country's most vital poets
but there were
veined with grace
―from "Memory's Mercies"
Once within the West, Christian Wiman's fourth assortment, is as severe and intimate as poetry gets―from the "suffering of primal silence" that it plumbs to the "rockshriek of pleasure" that it achieves and permits. Readers of Wiman's past books will realize the pointy characterizations and humor―"From her I realized the earthworm's exemplary open-mindedness, / its engine of discriminate shit"―as good as his specific model of reverent rage: "Lord if I implore you please simply please go away me on my own / is prayer that is each speedy answered?" yet there's something new right here, too: relocating love poems to his spouse, smooth glimpses of his young ones, and, amid the onslaughts of disorder and worry and screw ups, "a hint / of peace."
“Certain strains had develop into like incantations to me, phrases I’d chanted to myself via sorrow and confusion” ―Cheryl Strayed, Wild
“The Dream of a typical Language explores the contours of a woman’s center and brain in language for everybody―language whose plainness, laughter, questions and the Aristocracy all people can reply to. . . . not anyone is writing larger or extra wanted verse than this.”―Boston night Globe
By Brian Teare
By Edward Hirsch
By Harold Bloom
Bloom surveys with majestic view the literature of the West from the outdated testomony to Samuel Beckett. He provocatively rereads the Yahwist (or J) author, Jeremiah, task, Jonah, the Iliad, the Aeneid, Dante's Divine Comedy, Hamlet, King Lear, Othello, the Henry IV performs, Paradise Lost, Blake's Milton, Wordsworth's Prelude, and works through Freud, Kafka, and Beckett. In so doing, he uncovers the fact that all our makes an attempt to name any robust paintings extra sacred than one other are only political and social formulations. this can be feedback at its top.
By Gregory Orr
Gregory Orr’s genius is the transformation of trauma into paintings. even if writing approximately his accountability for a brother’s dying in the course of a searching coincidence, drug dependancy, or being jailed through the Civil Rights fight, lyricism erupts in the course of desolation and violence. Orr’s spare, succinct poems distill fable from the household and reveal a richness of motion and visible detail.
This long-awaited assortment is soulful paintings from a extraordinary poet, whose poems were defined as "mystical, carnal, reflective, and wry." (San Francisco Review)
A black biplane crashes in the course of the window
of the luncheonette. The pilot climbs down,
removal his leather-based hood.
He palms me my grandmother’s jade ring.
No, it really is robin’s eggs and
a cellphone quantity: yours.
from "Gathering the Bones Together"
A father and his 4 sons
run down a slope toward
a deer they simply killed.
the daddy and sons carry
rifles. They chuckle, jostle,
and chatter together.
A gun is going off
and the youngest brother
falls to the ground.
A boy with a rifle
stands beside him,
"Orr’s is an immaculate kind of latent violence and inhibited tenderness, charged with a determined depth whose resource is frequently obscure."--The big apple occasions e-book Review
Gregory Orr is the writer of 7 volumes of poetry and 3 books of feedback. he's the editor at Virginia Quarterly Review, teaches on the college of Virginia, and lives along with his spouse and daughters in Charlottesville. In 2002, together with his chosen poems The Caged Owl, he'll additionally submit a memoir and a publication approximately poetry writing: Three unusual Angels: Trauma and Transformation in Lyric Poetry.
Also to be had by means of Gregory Orr:
Orpheus & Eurydice: A Lyric Sequence
By John Berryman
This booklet maintains and concludes the poem, referred to as The Dream Songs, started in seventy seven Dream Songs, which used to be released in 1964 and presented the Pulitzer Prize for poetry. it's a for much longer quantity than the sooner one and includes 308 songs in all, beginning after all with quantity 78.
"Some of the folks who addressed themselves to seventy seven Dream Songs went so desperately astray," writes the writer, "that I allow myself one note. The poem then, no matter what its large solid of characters, is basically approximately an imaginary personality (not the poet, no longer me) named Henry, a white American in early heart age occasionally in blackface, who has suffered an irreversible loss and talks approximately himself occasionally within the first individual, occasionally within the 3rd, occasionally even within the moment; he has a pal, by no means named, who addresses him as Mr Bones and editions therof. Requiescant in pace."
Shakespeare's top as selected by means of the nice English poet
"According to so much anthologies, [Shakespeare] wrote purely sonnets and songs for his performs. the cause of this [is the] reluctance of anthologists to damage into the sacred precincts of his drama and begin looting moveable chunks . . . but whilst he nice speeches of his performs are taken out of context they're not more obscure and applicable than these by means of different nice poets."
This transparent, compact, inviting collection of Shakespeare's verse opens the door to new readers of our best author and deepens lifelong readers' knowing of his paintings. Ted Hughes spent his existence contemplating Shakespeare's works and drawing on them for his personal poetry; his book-length account of Shakespeare's improvement, Shakespeare and the Goddess of entire Being, used to be probably the most designated works of literary feedback of contemporary years.
For this feature, Hughes intentionally took robust, quite self-contained passages of Shakespeare's verse out of the performs and organized them in a development, like beads on a string, together with the best-known songs and sonnets. the result's instantaneously a revealing series of Shakespeare's verse and an anthology of his maximum bits―"read in under a minute, discovered in below five," Hughes comments within the creation, and continually "capable of impressive up a lifetime of their very own within the common adventure of the reader."