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The Sound That Remains: A Historical Collection of Frisian Poetry
by Wm. B. Eerdmans Pub. Co.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||177|
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Be the first. Poetry in Translation Issue VolumeSummer Sailing-Barges at Night It has passed; the cold light gone, a dim light left, blind from one bank to the other over the water, a knocking and asking delicately against the black barges, until it just disappeared.
Boats at night. It was a dark land and a black sky, little lights in the small waves, else nothing except for the sound of a child. He was twice awarded poetry writing fellowships by the National Endowment for the Arts, and was many times a resident fellow at Yaddo.
He edited and translated two books of poetry from the North Sea language of Frisian: County Fair: Poems from Friesland Since and The Sound that Remains: a Historical Collection of Frisian Poetry. For this. Poetry. Incarnality: The Collected Poems of Rod Jellema (Eerdmans ) A Slender Grace: Poems (Eerdmans, ) The Eighth Day: New & Selected Poems (Dryad Press, ) Something Tugging the Line (Dryad Press, ) The Lost Faces (Dryad Press), ; Translations.
The Sound That Remains: A Historical Collection of Frisian Poetry (Eerdmans, )Alma mater: Calvin College, University of Edinburgh. The Frisian (/ ˈ f r iː ʒ ə n /, / ˈ f r ɪ z i ə n /) languages are a closely related group of Germanic languages, spoken by aboutFrisian people, who live on the southern fringes of the North Sea in the Netherlands and Frisian languages are the closest living language group to the Anglic languages; the two groups make up the Anglo-Frisian languages group and.
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Poetry, literature that evokes a concentrated imaginative awareness of experience or an emotional response through language chosen and arranged for its meaning, sound, and rhythm. Poetry is a vast subject, as old as history, present wherever religion is present, and possibly the. He was twice awarded poetry writing fellowships by the National Endowment for the Arts, and was many times a resident fellow at Yaddo.
He edited and translated two books of poetry from the North Sea language of Frisian: County Fair: Poems from Friesland Since and The Sound that Remains: a Historical Collection of Frisian Poetry.
Jellema, Rod, transl. (); The Sound that Remains: a historical collection of Frisian poetry; Grand Rapids, MI (USA): Eerdmans; ISBN X. (99 of the most popular poems - voted by the Frisian Academy - in West Frisian put into English facing the original Frisian Text.
Seems indispensible for anyone interested in Frisian and its. Harmon’s third book of poetry, The Soft Path, is an at times daunting though persistently rewarding collection of sound and landscape, of fragmented language and tenacious poetic cycles, of meaning-making and of diving into our political and environmental quagmires.
(more) — 5 hours ago. Plato wanted to banish poets from his Republic because they can make lies seem like truth. Shelley thought poets were “the unacknowledged legislators of the world,” and Auden insisted that “poetry makes nothing happen.” This collection of poems point to the many different kinds of political poems, and the reasons for writing them.
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InMaryland's book growth rate was as healthy as ever, according to the latest unofficial returns. Whatever the weather in diplomacy and. Remains Background. Remains is part of a collection of poems call ‘The Not Dead’, which was originally a television documentary bearing the same name, and focused on the testimonies of ex-soldiers who had served in several conflicts.
Armitage was reportedly so inspired by the programme that he wrote the collection of war poetry in almost. His translations of Frisian poems, Country Fair: Poems from Friesland since () and The Sound that Remains: A Historical Collection of Frisian Poetry (), were published by the William B.
Eerdmans Publishing Company, as were his two most recent collections of poems, A Slender Grace () (Towson University Prize for Literature) and.
Lucille Clifton was born in in DePew, New York, and grew up in Buffalo. She studied at Howard University, before transferring to SUNY Fredonia, near her hometown. She was discovered as a poet by Langston Hughes (via friend Ishmael Reed, who shared her poems), and Hughes published Clifton's poetry in his highly influential anthology, The Poetry of the Negro ().
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A lot of people say this book is a good reiteration of things they learned in their college classes, but I sincerely think it’s an introduction we all need/5().Abstract. Classical imagery and mythological narratives provided ready literary analogues for framing European expansion into the New World in the colonial and.Frisian and Free: The History and Survival of the Frisian Language.
Frisian is a member of the Germanic family of languages, and is the closest living language related to English. It is still spoken today in small pockets of the Netherlands and northern and western Germany.