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Riassunto: It is the paradoxical nature of Capan's poetry that makes it so distinctive. It sounds ancient and traditional, yet is recognisably related to modernism; it is rooted in Turkish life and at the same time is European, and beyond that, aware of - and part of - a world literature. Capan's poems are at once lyrical and wry, rich and plain. They inhabit the large landscapes of Turkish life - steppes and forests, seas and mountains - and also an extended world of modern politics. Many of the poems are personal, concerned with the poet's own family, his father's story, the names of his children, and yet they have the impersonality of old stories and tales.
L'autore: Anthony Lawrence was born in 1957 in Tamworth, New South Wales and is one of Australia's most highly-regarded poets. He is author of twelve books of poems, the most recent being 'The Sleep of a Learning Man' (Giramondo Publishing, 2004). His books and individual poems have won many of Australia's most prestigious awards, including the Judith Wright Calanthe Award (Queensland Premier's Poetry Prize), the Harri Jones Memorial Award and the Gwen Harwood Memorial Prize. He is also the recipient of a Senior Fellowship from the Australia Council, one of the most prestigious funding awards a writer can be accorded in Australia. His first novel 'In the Half Light' was published by Picador (in Australia and in the UK) in 2000. Anthony Lawrence lives in Hobart, Tasmania, with his son Cormac.
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Descrizione libro Arc Publications, 2005. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1900072432