Second-Hand Souls : Selected Writing

Second-Hand Souls : Selected Writing #2020

Second Hand Souls Selected Writing Poetry Translated from the Romanian by Sean Cotter Nichita Danilov b places himself in the tradition of mystics such as Meister Eckhart St John of the Cross and Pseudo Dionysius Combining the
  • Title: Second-Hand Souls : Selected Writing
  • Author: Nichita Danilov Sean Cotter
  • ISBN: 9788086264080
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Translated from the Romanian by Sean Cotter Nichita Danilov b 1952 places himself in the tradition of mystics such as Meister Eckhart, St, John of the Cross, and Pseudo Dionysius Combining the spiritual heritage of his native Romania with a surrealist poetics, his writing is playful, ironic, and language centered, engaging in games of a metaphysical depth InPoetry Translated from the Romanian by Sean Cotter Nichita Danilov b 1952 places himself in the tradition of mystics such as Meister Eckhart, St, John of the Cross, and Pseudo Dionysius Combining the spiritual heritage of his native Romania with a surrealist poetics, his writing is playful, ironic, and language centered, engaging in games of a metaphysical depth In this selection of his poetry presented bilingually and prose, Danilov describes a world full of caprice in a voice coming from the darkness of a purgatory where the divine appears in bizarre images.
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    379 Comment

    This is an philisophical idealist treatise via poetry from Eastern Europe A good model for anyone who wants to write out their beliefs in the politically repressive or disappearing context of the U.S Will the Eastern European book publishers carry my poems like the capitalist press carries theirs

    this book was different it wasn t a new experience, I mean it was new, but it wasn t just an experience, it was an act of something that I just can t describe i know i m not making any sense but read it, we ll see who s babbling then D

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