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The Earth in the Attic (Yale Series of Younger Poets)

De (autor) Cuvânt înainte de Louise Glück
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en Limba Engleză Paperback – 13 May 2008
"The Earth in the Attic reads like a quiet storm of human emotions and experiences. . . . Joudah's poems explore loss, displacement, suffering, and longing. They drift from the personal and specific to the larger stories of peoples and nations that Joudah encounters. . . . [His] unique talent is to offer poetry readers a look at a wounded and fractured world through his eyes."—Lena Khalaf Tuffaha, The Institute for Middle East Understanding

Winner of the Yale Younger Poets competition, 2007

In The Earth in the Attic Fady Joudah, a Palestinian-American physician, explores big themes—identity, war, religion, what we hold in common—while never losing sight of the quotidian, the specific. Contest judge Louise Glück describes the poet in her Foreword as “that strange animal, the lyric poet in whom circumstance and profession . . . have compelled obsession with large social contexts and grave national dilemmas.” She finds in his poetry an incantatory quality and concludes, “These are small poems, many of them, but the grandeur of conception is inescapable. The Earth in the Attic is varied, coherent, fierce, tender; impossible to put down, impossible to forget.”
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780300134315
ISBN-10: 0300134312
Pagini: 96
Dimensiuni: 149 x 241 x 6 mm
Greutate: 0.16 kg
Editura: Yale University Press
Colecția Yale University Press
Seria Yale Series of Younger Poets


Notă biografică

Fady Joudah is a Palestinian-American medical doctor and a field member of Doctors Without Borders since 2001. He lives in Houston, TX. He is also the translator of Mahmoud Darwish’s recent poetry The Butterfly’s Burden.