Selected Poems Ausgew hlte Gedichte

Selected Poems   Ausgew  hlte Gedichte

Several of her poems and short stories first appeared in journals and newspapers. Some essays, documentary features and poems were broadcaston Nordwestdeutscher Rundfunkand Südwestfunk. Her first book publications were two collections ...

Author: Ingeborg Santor

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783744819084

Category: Poetry

Page: 84

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Die deutsch-englische Gedichtauswahl (als Paperback und E-Book) widmet Ingeborg Santor ihrer langjährigen Londoner Übersetzerin Ruth Ingram. Drei Zwischentitel stehen für die Hauptthemen des Bandes:'Calendar Leaves' (Kalenderblätter), 'Catching Light' (Lichtfänger) und 'Years gone by' (Mit den Jahren. Wie die Natur sich mit den Jahreszeiten verändert, wird in diesem Gedichten oft aus ungewohntem Blickwinkel gesehen und spürbar gemacht. Immer wieder in poetische Sprache verwandelt auch die Faszination des Lichts - Licht, das nicht nur die von der Autorin geliebten nördlichen Landschaften am Meer, sondern auch ganz alltägliche Dinge aufleuchten lässt und zu kleinen Kunstwerken machen kann. Prägende Lebensphasen wie Kindheit, Glück und Verlust in der Liebe, Vergänglichkeit und endgültige Abschiede finden im letzten Drittel des Bandes eindringlichen lyrischen Ausdruck. - Ihre durchweg gelungene Entsprechung finden die Gedichte in der einfühlsamen Übersetzung ins Englische von Ruth Ingram. Die Auswahl beruht weitgehend auf Santors Lyrikband LICHTFÄNGER (BoD 2014), enthält aber auch Gedichte aus früheren, inzwischen vergriffenen Büchern.
Categories: Poetry

Poems English and German

Poems  English and German

NOTE TO THE POEM « DOUGALL . " Somerled Regulus of Argathelia married the daughter of Olave the Red , the Norwegian king of the Island of Man and of the Hebrides ; and succeeded , probably about 1154 , his father - in - law .

Author: Henry Blumberg


ISBN: BL:A0018617318


Page: 132

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... vignette 250 Houses of the Soul 323 How can we know 317 How many times 74 How Precious is the Sea 224 How strange to think 71 How the past ties our hands 237 I bequeath to you, the living, 183 I give to you, my readers, my poems.

Author: Marjorie Pizer


ISBN: 9780987119162

Category: Australian poetry

Page: 463

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All of Marjorie Pizer's published poems in one volume. Includes many poems previously out of print.
Categories: Australian poetry

The Maximus Poems

The Maximus Poems

of poems have been added, one previously published poem omitted (or, more properly, withheld for a separate volume of such “alternate” Maximus Poems), and the positions of several more rearranged as new dates have become available.

Author: Charles Olson

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520055957

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 652

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A collection of modern poems probing the human feelings which penetrate life and history along the northern Massachusetts coast
Categories: Literary Criticism

Humorous and Nonsensical Poems

Humorous and Nonsensical Poems

What is the poem's purpose? Poems, whether comic or not, often have a key idea or message to pass on to the reader. After reading a humorous poem, ask yourself: Is there more to this poem than funny images, a comic story, puns, ...

Author: Liz Miles

Publisher: Raintree

ISBN: 9781406272918

Category: Children's poetry

Page: 64

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This title is part of the 'Experiencing Poetry' series which invites readers to jump into a selection of poems written by people from different places and times. The readers are given the keys needed to unlock the poems. The meanings of poems are explored and the techniques poets use to create their effects are explained.
Categories: Children's poetry



A small poem consists of the inner feelings of a person condensed in verse. It displays innocence and sweetness, when written by a schoolgoing child. Children express their thoughts, emotions, likes, dislikes and other innermost ...

Author: J.M. MEHTA

Publisher: V&S Publishers

ISBN: 9789350574485

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 128

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The book, Poems for Children has been written and compiled by the well-known and acclaimed writer, J.M Mehta. Most of the poems listed in the book have been written by schoolchildren in the age group of 6 to 14 years and is exclusively meant for them, though it can be read and enjoyed by all. When small children with their innocence express their thoughts and feelings in verse, it comes straight from their hearts, without any fear or favour, making the poems all the more expressive and thought provoking. However, some of the poems included in this book have been penned down by the author himself and a few have been extracted from the works of renowned poets. The poems cover a wide variety of subjects which encompass feelings of love, respect and friendship for their parents, teachers, companions, countrymen, etc. and also reflect the expression of interest in things or issues which children generally come across during their childhood or in the school environment. The language used throughout the book is very simple and easily understandable, keeping in mind the school-going kids. Coming directly from the hearts and minds of young children, these poems, no doubt provide a spontaneous source of delight, amusement, information, education, inspiration and general pleasure for all the readers, irrespective of age, sex, religion or nationality. So readers, enjoy reading each one of them as there is a definite message hidden in all the poems waiting to be deciphered....
Categories: Juvenile Fiction

Shakespeare s Sonnets and Narrative Poems

Shakespeare s Sonnets and Narrative Poems

404).37 One might want to suggest that the 'larger narrative' which 'incorporates' Lucrece's complaints in fact distinguishes Shakespeare's poem from its notional companions by making it a minor epic. On the other hand, one could only ...

Author: A. D. Cousins

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317893684

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 236

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Alongside Spenser, Sidney and the early Donne, Shakespeare is the major poet of the 16th century, largely because of the status of his remarkable sequence of sonnets. Professor Cousins' new book is the first comprehensive study of the Sonnets and narrative poems for over a decade. He focuses in particular on their exploration of self-knowledge, sexuality, and death, as well as on their ambiguous figuring of gender. Throughout he provides a comparative context, looking at the work of Shakespeare's contemporaries. The relation between Shakespeare's non-dramatic verse and his plays is also explored.
Categories: Literary Criticism

Scholar s Path A An Anthology Of Classical Chinese Poems And Prose Of Chen Qing Shan A Pioneer Writer Of Malayan singapore Literature

Scholar s Path  A  An Anthology Of Classical Chinese Poems And Prose Of Chen Qing Shan   A Pioneer Writer Of Malayan singapore Literature

Source and Background of the Poems After Father passed away, Mother carefully put together what she had kept of Father's poems. They were from a variety of sources: newspaper cuttings, Father's handwritten drafts and handwritten copies ...

Author: Chen Peter Min-liang

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814464390

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 636

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English translation and appreciation by Peter Chen and Michael Tan Reviewed by Chan Chiu MingAn original English translation from the Chinese text:A companion edition of the book in Chinese is available — the original classical text translated into modern Chinese and profusely annotated by Associate Professor Dr Chan Chiu Ming of National Institute of Education, Singapore.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Poems of Catullus

The Poems of Catullus

The poem is thus one form of a rhetorical recusatio, i.e., the polite refusal, with explanation, of an unwelcome request. In 68b (41–160), however, the situation is quite diaerent right from the start, and all the many ingenious ...

Author: Gaius Valerius Catullus

Publisher: Univ of California Press

ISBN: 9780520253865

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 339

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"Peter Green is an outstanding translator. The reader’s excited anticipation of pleasure and instruction on receiving a new translation of a Latin poet by Green is not disappointed. This is a labor of love which makes Catullus accessible to the Latinless reader and more familiar to those who can read Latin."—Susan Treggiari, Stanford University "For almost half a century Peter Green has been one of the finest of all modern translators of classical verse. His Catullus is well up to his usual form—recapturing for a contemporary audience the wit, malice, erudition and erotic charm of the Latin original."—Mary Beard, author of The Parthenon
Categories: Literary Criticism

The Canterbury Tales and Other Poems

The Canterbury Tales and Other Poems

Evidently it was, for distinct references to that poem are to be found in the Prologue; but more interesting is the indication which it furnishes, that “Troilus and Cressida” was the work, not of the poet's youth, but of his maturer age ...

Author: Geoffrey Chaucer

Publisher: First Avenue Editions ™

ISBN: 9781467756464

Category: Fiction

Page: 1056

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An oddly diverse group of twenty-nine people meet at an inn. Each of them is on a pilgrimage to a martyr's shrine in Canterbury. The Host suggests the strange bunch journey together and tell stories to pass the time. The group heads off, including a Knight, a Miller, a Wife, a Cook, a Shipman, and a Nun, among others, telling stories that range from bawdy exploits to foolish workers to the lives of saints. A classic of English literature, this unabridged version of Geoffrey Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales was first published in the early 1400s and edited into modern English by D. Laing Purves in 1879. Purves's collection of Chaucer's works also contains Troilus and Cressida and additional poems and prose.
Categories: Fiction