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An English Anthology

Author: Leonard Nolens; Paul Vincent
Publisher: Manchester : Carcanet, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : Poetry : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Nameless Country gathers poems by the Scottish-Jewish poet Arthur 'A.C.' Jacobs, whose work, somewhat critically neglected in the past, has gained new resonance for twenty-first-century readers. Writing in the shadow of the Holocaust, Jacobs in his poems confronts his complex cultural identity as a Jew in Scotland, as a Scot in England, and as a diaspora Jew in Israel, Italy, Spain and the UK.
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Nolens, Leonard.
An English Anthology.
La Vergne : Carcanet, ©2018
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Leonard Nolens; Paul Vincent
ISBN: 1784105759 9781784105754
OCLC Number: 1078997246
Language Note: Translated from the Dutch.
Description: 1 online resource (125 pages)
Contents: Intro; Title Page; Contents; from Two Forms of Silence (1975); from Sung to Exhaustion and Dated; I'm no longer a son or a seer.; Not to be able to write another poem; I waited and none of you came.; I, Poet, carilloneur; from Legacy; from PAUL CELAN; Today autumn comes and eats; Invented nothing. Nothing.; Washed away.; You could go nowhere; It's you; IN MEMORIAM MATRIS; I still have to learn you.; from Incantation (1977); from Proteus; Belief; New Land; from All the Time in the World. A Form of Poetics (1979); from Anonymous; Undercurrent Tuesday Morning 12 October 1978, Six-thirty in De Pelikaanfrom Homage (1981); Prologue; from Homage to the Word; from Someone Else Wrote Our Love Down Before; Iowa City 2; from Vertigo (1983); from Exile; Traitor; Narcissus; Slave Girl; Week; Exile; from: Exodus. Profile of Utopia; L*; L**; from The Dreamed Figure (1986); from The Enduring Departure; Place and Date; The Enduring Departure; from Travel Expenses; Verklärte Nacht; Fright; from A Natural Street; A Natural Street; From Birth Certificate (1988); from Tributary; Deontology; Tributary; from Times; High Fever; Sunday; Paranoia From Love's Declarations (1990)from Melancholy; Playing the Beast; Minimum Wage; It; from Love's Declarations; Craw; from Honey and Ash (1994); from Etiquette; Door; from Night Vision; October Sun; from And Vanish in Moderation (1996); from Children; My Most Solid House; Class Reunion; Between Five and Seven; Weariness; from Self-Portraits and Diary Poems; Late; from Alice; Alice; from Passer-By (1999); from Always Tomorrow was the Journey; The Busker; Easter Letter; Blooming; from Ways of Life (2001); from Kicking Foetus; Tristitia; Clan; White Bread; Lout; Archaic; The Clock Strikes; Scream Clean Sweep 1Clean Sweep 2; Inspiration; Tourist 1; Tourist 2; Commitment; Crowning Glory; At a Grave; from Ex-Directory; Inside and Outside; Ex-Directory; from Spy Hole; The Bourgeois; The Shy One; The Nameless Ones; The Captain of the Kursk; The Infinitive; The Drinker; from Breach (2007); from I --
Flesh in Uniform is Fully Automatic; from III --
We Were the Silent Ones after May 1945; from IV --
How Does My City Look When I Dream It?; from V --
It Is a Splendid Book; from Desertology (2008); from Desertology; Interviews 1; Interviews 2; from Tell the Children We're No Good (2011) From Tell the Children We're No Goodfrom Blind Date; Jealous; from Motto; Bombast; Cliché; Translator's Note; Copyright
Other Titles: Poems.
Responsibility: Leonard Nolens ; translated by Paul Vincent.

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The Belgian diarist and love poet Leonard Nolens (a pseudonym) invents selves to escape self.  Read more...

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