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Edited by Anthony Rudolf, John Naughton and Stephen Romer
Translated by Anthony Rudolf, John Naughton and Stephen Romer
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ISBN: 978 1 784100 75 9
Categories: 20th Century, French, Translation
Published: October 2017
216 x 135 mm
Publisher: Carcanet Press
Also available in: eBook (Kindle), eBook (PDF), eBook (EPUB)
Yves Bonnefoy, France's premier poet of the last sixty years, is represented in full. We experience 'The horizon of a voice where stars are falling.' Translated and edited by Anthony Rudolf, John Naughton and Stephen Romer, this is the definitive reader for one of the greatest French poets and translators.
Praise for Anthony Rudolf 'Every poem like a new geometry - of surprises. A strange voice of cat's cradles in a Kafkaesque half-light - very strange and unpredictable.'
Ted Hughes Praise for Stephen Romer 'Stephen Romer has achieved a breakthrough in these new poems. The death of his father has torn away a veil, releasing a fresh energy and vision.'
Hugo Williams 'If Tribute is haunted by aphasia, exile and the loss of continuity, those fears are shadows that give body to the essences more insistently dwelt upon, and these are apprehended with a depth of spiritual resource that is almost mystical.'
Clive Wilmer on Tribute, in Times Literary Supplement 'Austerely eloquent treatments of lost love and the complexities of family are juxtaposed with reflections on art and poetry - exactly the civilised range of interests that might strike fear into the incurious. Readers open to Romer's scrupulous, passionate music and the conversational intimacy of his address will gather rich rewards, however.'
Sean O'Brien, Culture, 11 January 2009
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