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Author: Tomas Transtromer; Robin Fulton
Publisher: New York : Bloodaxe Books, 2011.
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Tomas Tranströmer won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is Sweden's most important poet. This book includes all the poems he has written during the past forty years, including those from the Bloodaxe Collected Poems of 1987, as well as three later collections, For Living and Dead (1989), The Sad Gondola (1996) and The Great Enigma (2004), and a prose memoir. In Sweden he has been called a 'buzzard poet'  Read more...
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Transtromer, Tomas.
New Collected Poems.
New York : Bloodaxe Books, ©2011
Named Person: Tomas Tranströmer; Tomas Tranströmer
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Tomas Transtromer; Robin Fulton
ISBN: 9781780370446 178037044X
OCLC Number: 779827550
Notes: Midwinter.
Description: 1 online resource (413 pages)
Contents: Cover; Description; Title Page; Table of Contents; Foreword; 17 POEMS; Prelude; Autumnal Archipelago; Five Stanzas to Thoreau; Gogol; Sailor's Yarn; Strophe and Counter-Strophe; Agitated Meditation; The Stones; Context; Morning Approach; There is Peace in the Surging Prow; Midnight Turning Point; Song; Elegy; Epilogue; SECRETS ON THE WAY; Solitary Swedish Houses; The Man who Awoke with Singing over the Roofs; Weather Picture; The Four Temperaments; Caprichos; Siesta; Izmir at Three O'Clock; Secrets on the Way; Tracks; Kyrie; A Man from Benin; Balakirev's Dream; After an Attack. The Journey's FormulaeTHE HALF-FINISHED HEAVEN; The Couple; The Tree and the Sky; Face to Face; Ringing; Through the Wood; November with Nuances of Noble Fur; The Journey; C Major; Noon Thaw; When We Saw the Islands Again; From the Hill-Top; Espresso; The Palace; Syros; In the Nile Delta; A Dark Swimming Figure; Lament; Allegro; The Half-Finished Heaven; Nocturne; A Winter Night; BELLS AND TRACKS; Portrait with Commentary; Lisbon; From an African Diary; Crests; Hommages; Winter's Formulae; Morning Birds; About History; Alone; On the Outskirts of Work; After Someone's Death; Oklahoma. Summer PlainDownpour over the Interior; Under Pressure; Open and Closed Spaces; An Artist in the North; In the Open; Slow Music; SEEING IN THE DARK; The Name; A Few Minutes; Breathing Space July; By the River; Outskirts; Traffic; Night Duty; The Open Window; Preludes; Upright; The Bookcase; PATHS; To Friends behind a Frontier; From the Thaw of 1966; Sketch in October; Further In; The Outpost; Along the Radius; Looking through the Ground; December Evening 1972; The Dispersed Congregation; Late May; Elegy; BALTICS; Baltics; THE TRUTH-BARRIER; Citoyens; The Crossing-Place; The Clearing. How the Late Autumn Night Novel BeginsTo Mats and Laila; From the Winter of 1947; Schubertiana; The Gallery; Below Zero; The Boat and the Village; The Black Mountains; Homewards; After a Long Drought; A Place in the Forest; Funchal; THE WILD MARKET-PLACE; Brief Pause in the Organ Recital; From March 1979; Memories Look at Me; Winter's Gaze; The Station; Answers to Letters; Icelandic Hurricane; The Blue Wind-Flowers; The Blue House; Satellite Eyes; Nineteen Hundred and Eighty; Black Picture-Postcards; Fire-Jottings; Many Steps; Postludium; Dream Seminar; Codex; Carillon; Molokai. FOR LIVING AND DEADThe Forgotten Captain; Six Winters; The Nightingale in Badelunda; Early May Stanzas; Berceuse; Streets in Shanghai; Deep in Europe; Leaflet; The Indoors is Endless; Vermeer; Romanesque Arches; Epigram; Female Portrait, 19th Century; Medieval Motif; Air Mail; Madrigal; Golden Wasp; THE SAD GONDOLA; April and Silence; National Insecurity; A Page of the Night-Book; The Sad Gondola; Landscape with Suns; November in the Former DDR; From July 1990; The Cuckoo; Three Stanzas; Like Being a Child; Two Cities; The Light Streams In; Night Journey; Haiku; From the Island, 1860; Silence.

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Tomas Tranströmer won the 2011 Nobel Prize in Literature. He is Sweden's most important poet. This book includes all the poems he has written during the past forty years, including those from the Bloodaxe Collected Poems of 1987, as well as three later collections, For Living and Dead (1989), The Sad Gondola (1996) and The Great Enigma (2004), and a prose memoir. In Sweden he has been called a 'buzzard poet' because his haunting, visionary poetry shows the world from a height, in a mystic dimension, but brings every detail of the natural world into sharp focus. His poems are often explorations.

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