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Landscape over zero

Author: Beidao; Yanbing Chen; David Hinton
Publisher: London : Anvil Press Poetry, 1998.
Edition/Format:   Book : Chinese
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Features poems that contemplate the fractured landscapes amongst which the poet has lived since his enforced exile from China in 1989.

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Genre/Form: Translations
Named Person: Beidao; Beidao
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Beidao; Yanbing Chen; David Hinton
ISBN: 0856462888 9780856462887
OCLC Number: 40716491
Language Note: Parallel Chinese text and English translation.
Description: vi, 103 pages ; 22 cm
Responsibility: Bei Dao ; translated from the Chinese by David Hinton and Yanbing Chen.

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'One of the great poets of our time' - Michael Hofmann'Bei Dao's genius and his menace consist in a seamless merging of metaphor and politics; his is a guerrilla battle fought at the level of Read more...

 
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