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The Poetess Counts to 100 and Bows Out: Selected Poems by Ana Enriqueta Terán

Sprache: Englisch.
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Titel: The Poetess Counts to 100 and Bows Out: Selected Poems by Ana Enriqueta Terán
Autor/en: Ana Teran

ISBN: 0691096724
EAN: 9780691096728
Sprache: Englisch.
Übersetzt von Marcel Smith
PRINCETON UNIV PR

November 2002 - kartoniert - 144 Seiten

"In this attractive anthology, Tern discloses a powerful and grand spirit, whether addressing her mother, her eagle, her rivers, or her dead brother; the idiom varies from the freedoms of early modernism to formal sonnets to the 'old woman's toys' of her final tercets, but the feelings are always dense with loved objects and local solicitude."--Richard Howard
"Above all, the poetry of Ana Enriqueta Tern transmits movement and contrasting sound patterns. In his dynamic and often inspired translations, Marcel Smith recovers for us the sprung rhythms and eccentric visual shifts in Tern's poetry. Smith has taken the risky step of translating and transforming to capture an extraordinarily complex and dense poetry, one with few equivalents even in Spanish."--Gwen Kirkpatrick, University of California, Berkeley
Translator's Preface xi Acknowledgments xvii A Note about Sources xviii FROM House Made of Utterance To a White Horse 3 The Name 5 Wordstone 7 Deal Struck with Happiness 9 The Eagle 11 Fit Vision of This Dark Side 13 Dreams 15 Third Try at the Mother House 43 Messages for the Older Brother 45 Music with Psalm Foot 53 Pebbles for Scrying 57 The Poetess Counts to 100 and Bows Out 59 FROM Sonnets out of All My Seasons So much bread, so much oil 63 The strangers rattled at the door 65 She took in night in the pier glass 67 One only leaf, adagioed up 69 They who live there hurl their writings 71 Subtle in your fourteen lines surge 73 In the Suapure River 75 A puddle of shade, on its face 77 Wisdoms of uncertain silk cords 79 Music for lips, whirlwind the heart 81 The replies waver in a vain 83 Black, yellow, white as a subtle 85 FROM Albatross Albatross 89 Splintery Responsibility 91 Ascents and Yet Distances 93 Never Seen Fowl 95 Not Resting Yet 97 Will of the Torn Scream 99 FROM Autobiography in Tercets Rio Momboy 103 The Motatan 107 Other Rivers 111 Invocation to the Mother 115
Ana Enriqueta Teran is one of Venezuela's best-known poets and has published more than a dozen books of poetry. She was named Doctora Honoris Causa by the University of Carabobo and, in 1989, was awarded her country's highest literary honor, the Premio Nacional de Literatura. Now in her eighties, she is writing her autobiography to be published only after her death. Marcel Smith is Professor of English Emeritus at the University of Alabama. He has published translations of Spanish poems in a number of journals. This is his first book.
"Startlingly vivid and technically masterful poems, whose range and complexity [have] few equals... [A] fiercely intimate journey contained in a slim but thoughtful volume."--Christine Thomas, American Book Review "The Poetess Counts to 100 and Bows Out ... is a demanding selection of poems interweaving fables, myths, dreams, bold similes, and heightened visions of reality in order to interpret and commemorate what often nonetheless seem to be personal experiences. It is a sometimes puzzling yet also singularly sensual and resonant mixture, especially in the many cases where poems exhibit a semantically rich, philosophically ambitious, extremely compact lyricism."--John Taylor, Antioch Review
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