7 edition of The Selected Poems of Tomaz Salamun found in the catalog.
by Ecco Pr
Written in English
|Series||Ecco"s Modern European Poetry Series|
|Contributions||Charles Simic (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||124|
Tomaž Šalamun was a Slovenian poet, who has had books translated into most of the European languages. He lived in Ljubljana and occasionally teaches in the USA. His recent books in English are The Book for My Brother, Row, and Woods and Chalices/5(). Author: Tomaz Salamun Tomaž Šalamun was born in in Zagreb, Croatia and raised in Koper, Slovenia. He published more than fifty books of poetry in Slovenian during his lifetime, and he is not only recognized as a leading figure of the Slovenian poetic avant-garde but is also considered one of the leading contemporary poets of Central Europe.
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This newest collection of poems from Toma alamun is exuberant, ambitious, and full of surprises. Here the devil is encountered and understood-I see the devil's head, people, I see his whole body he longs for innocence, as we do. Here the poet Pages: Šalamun, Tomaž (Tomaz Salamun)PERSONAL:Born July 4, , in Zagreb, Yugoslavia (now Croatia); son of Branko (a pediatrician) and Misa (an art historian); married Marusa Krese (a painter) April, (divorced, ); married Metka Krašovec (a painter), Ap ; children: Ana, David. Source for information on Šalamun, Tomaž (Tomaz Salamun): .
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The Selected Poems of Tomaz Salamun (Ecco's Modern European Poetry Series): Tomaz Salamun, Charles Simic, Robert Hass: : Books. + 4/5(1). The Selected Poems of Tomaz Salamun (Ecco's Modern European Poetry Series) (English and Slovene Edition) (Slovene) Paperback – June 1, by Tomaz Salamun (Author), Charles Simic (Editor)4/5(1).
The Selected Poems book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Tomaz is a poet who is in love with everything that is apart from institutions and willing to blend the history of poetry and literature into cunning jokes with a very warm sense of lightheartedness.
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"What a joy -- a large, wonderfully selected collection of Tomaz Salamun's poems -- one of Europe's great philosophical wonders. Finally seeing so much of the work in one sequence makes clear how brilliantly and stubbornly -- and uniquely -- he has explored the nature of the real, how many avenues of perception he has coursed down/5().
A list of poems by Tomaž Šalamun Tomaž Šalamun was born on July 4,in Zagreb, Croatia, and grew up in Koper, Slovenia. Inhe graduated from the University of Ljubljana with an MA in art history.
A Ballad for Metka Krasovec by Tomaz Salamun, Michael Biggins and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Four Questions of Melancholy: New and Selected Poems (White Pine Press, ) The Shepherd, the Hunter (Pedernal, ) The Selected Poems of.
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Ably edited by Christopher Merrill, The Four Questions Of Melancholy is a collection of poetry containing selections from each of Tomaz Salamun's 25 works. Although images of the larger world (war, politics and peace) pervade his works, there are also images that speak to the more personal and immediate.5/5(4).
Tomaz Salamun was born in in Zagreb, Croatia, and raised in Koper, Slovenia. He has published thirty collections of poetry in his home country and has received many prizes and fellowships at home and in the U.S., including a Fulbright and Pushcart Prize.
As a young poet Salamun edited Perspektive, a progressive cultural and political : Poetry. Second Edition. POKER is Tomaz Salamun's first book of poetry, originally published in in Slovenia.
This edition, vibrantly translated by award-winning poet Joshua Beckman in collaboration with the author, makes POKER available in its entirety in English/5. This is Tomaz Salamun, he went to the store with his wife Marushka to buy some milk.
He will drink it and this is history. Translated by Tomaz Salamun and Bob Perleman From Homage to Hat and. Several collections of Šalamun's poetry have been published in English, including The Selected Poems of Tomaž Šalamun (Ecco Press, ), The Shepherd, the Hunter (Pedernal, ), The Four Questions of Melancholy (White Pine, ), Feast (Harcourt, ), Poker (Ugly Duckling Presse), Row!Born: July 4,Zagreb, Independent State of.
Salamun has written more than 30 collections of poetry, at least seven of which have been translated into English, including The Selected Poems of Tomaz Salamun (Ecco Press, ), The Shepherd, the Hunter (Pedernal, ), The Four Questions of Melancholy (White Pine, ), Feast (Harcourt Brace, ), A Ballad for Metka Krasovec (Twisted.
The Paperback of the Four Questions of Melancholy: New & Selected Poems by Tomaz Salamun at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on $35 or more. Due to COVID, orders may be : Author of Poker, The book for my brother, Homage to Hat and Uncle Guide and Eliot, The Four Questions of Melancholy, Row (Arc Translation S.), The Selected Poems of Tomaz Salamun, Woods and Chalices, A Ballad for Metka Krasovec.
Poetry Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Šalamun, Tomaž. Selected poems of Tomaž Šalamun. New York: Ecco Press, © (OCoLC) Named Person: Tomaž Šalamun; Tomaž Šalamun: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Tomaž Šalamun; Charles Simic.
Tomaž Šalamun (–) was a Slovenian poet with more than thirty books of poetry published in Slovenian and English, and translated in over twenty other languages.
He frequently taught at universities in Pittsburgh, Richmond, and Texas. Early in his career, he edited the literary magazine Perspektive, for which he was briefly jailed on political charges. One of the great postwar Central European poets, Slovenian Tomaz Salamun has published over thirty books.
Publisher's Weekly praises his "postmodern mix of giddy and global [and] the earthy.A prize of $ and publication by Factory Hollow Press is given annually for a poetry chapbook. The winner will also receive a monthlong residency in May and Junein a private apartment at the Tomaž Šalamun Center for Poetry in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Prose poetry, hybrid works, and translations of works of poetry by living writers from any language into English are also.