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著者: Inger Christensen; Susanna Nied; Anne Carson
出版商: New York : New Directions, 2006.
丛书: New Directions paperbook, 1052
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"It is the masterwork by Danish poet Inger Christensen, often cited as a Nobel contender and one of Europe's most revered poets. On its publication in 1969, it took Denmark by storm, winning critical praise and becoming a huge popular favorite. Translated into many languages, it won international acclaim and has since become a classic of modern Scandinavian poetry.".
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所有的著者/提供者: Inger Christensen; Susanna Nied; Anne Carson
ISBN: 0811215946 9780811215947 9780811215947
OCLC号码: 71044750
注意: "A New Directions paperbook original, NDP1052"--P. [4] of cover.
描述: xv, 237 p. ; 23 cm.
丛书名: New Directions paperbook, 1052
其他题名: Det.
责任: Inger Christensen ; translation by Susanna Nied ; with an introduction by Anne Carson.
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"It is the masterwork by Danish poet Inger Christensen, often cited as a Nobel contender and one of Europe's most revered poets. On its publication in 1969, it took Denmark by storm, winning critical praise and becoming a huge popular favorite. Translated into many languages, it won international acclaim and has since become a classic of modern Scandinavian poetry.".

"It is both a collection of poems and a single poetic epic, forming a philosophical and political statement on the nature of language, perception, and reality. The subject matter, though, is down-to-earth: amoebas, stones, and factories; fear, sea urchins, and mental institutions; sand, sexuality, and song. The words and images of it recur in ways reminiscent of Christensen's other works, but here is a younger poetry, wilder, and crackling with energy. The complex use of mathematical structure in it is faithfully captured in Susanna Nied's prize-winning English translation."--BOOK JACKET.

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