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Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Juan Gelman is Argentina's leading poet, but his work has been almost unknown in the United States until now. In 2000, he received the Juan Rulfo Award, one most important literary awards in the Spanish-speaking world, and in 2007, he received the Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world's top literary prize. With this selection, chosen and superbly translated by Joan Lindgren, Gelman's lush and visceral poetry comes alive for an English-speaking readership. Gelman is a stark witness to the brutality of power, and his poems reflect his suffering at the hands of the Argentine military government (his son, daughter-in-law, and grandchild were "disappeared"). While political idealism infuses his writing, he is not a servant of ideology. Themes of family, exile, the tango, Argentina, and Gelman's Jewish heritage resonate throughout his poems, works that celebrate life while confronting heartache and loss. "remembering their little bones when it rains/ the companerosstomp on darkness/set forth from death/wander the tender night/I hear their voices like living faces"--from "Remembering Their Little Bones". Buchnummer des Verkäufers

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Inhaltsangabe: Juan Gelman is Argentina's leading poet, but his work has been almost unknown in the United States until now. In 2000, he received the Juan Rulfo Award, one most important literary awards in the Spanish-speaking world, and in 2007, he received the Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world's top literary prize. With this selection, chosen and superbly translated by Joan Lindgren, Gelman's lush and visceral poetry comes alive for an English-speaking readership.

Gelman is a stark witness to the brutality of power, and his poems reflect his suffering at the hands of the Argentine military government (his son, daughter-in-law, and grandchild were "disappeared"). While political idealism infuses his writing, he is not a servant of ideology. Themes of family, exile, the tango, Argentina, and Gelman's Jewish heritage resonate throughout his poems, works that celebrate life while confronting heartache and loss.

"remembering their little bones when it rains/ the compañerosstomp on darkness/set forth from death/wander the tender night/I hear their voices like living faces"—from Remembering Their Little Bones

From the Inside Flap: "At last, a marvelous translation into English of the soulful and celebratory and heartbreaking words of Juan Gelman, one of Latin America's most extraordinary poets."—Ariel Dorfman, author of Death and the Maiden

"Perhaps the most admirable element of [Gelman's] poetry is the unthinkable tenderness he shows where paroxysms of rejection and denouncement would be justified, or his calling upon so many shadows for one voice to lull and comfort, a permanent caress of words on unknown tombs."—Julio Cortàzar

"Gelman's poetry is epic in its scope—no corner of life goes unnoticed in this work. Here we find politics and history as seen through one vital human spirit. Rendered in a breathless style, this is the diary of a human heart in a rough world where artistry is the first salvation."—Oscar Hijuelos

"This selection of Juan Gelman's poetry introduces to an English-speaking readership the full range of Argentina's leading poet and a chief architect of Latin America's postcolonial social conscience."—Victor Perera, author of Unfinished Conquest: The Tragedy of Guatemala

"This is a voice that sings and makes others sing. It speaks of struggles and dignity: It offers a faith that springs from doubt and a sense of freeedom strengthened by prison walls. It celebrates life while standing in its very midst."—Eduardo Galeano, from the Foreword

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Buchbeschreibung University of California Press, 1997. Paperback. Buchzustand: good. This book has wear around the edges, creasing across the front bottom corner and from the top spine corner to the middle of side edge with a tear (under 1"), rubbing the the cover, smudges to the edge of pages but not affecting the pages themselves, otherwise it is in good condition, the pages are nice and free from marks, the binding is tight. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 902854

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Buchbeschreibung University of California Press. Paperback. Buchzustand: new. BRAND NEW, Unthinkable Tenderness: Selected Poems, Juan Gelman, Joan Lindgren, Joan Lindgren, Eduardo Galeano, Juan Gelman is Argentina's leading poet, but his work has been almost unknown in the United States until now. In 2000, he received the Juan Rulfo Award, one most important literary awards in the Spanish-speaking world, and in 2007, he received the Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world's top literary prize. With this selection, chosen and superbly translated by Joan Lindgren, Gelman's lush and visceral poetry comes alive for an English-speaking readership. Gelman is a stark witness to the brutality of power, and his poems reflect his suffering at the hands of the Argentine military government (his son, daughter-in-law, and grandchild were "disappeared"). While political idealism infuses his writing, he is not a servant of ideology.Themes of family, exile, the tango, Argentina, and Gelman's Jewish heritage resonate throughout his poems, works that celebrate life while confronting heartache and loss. "Remembering their little bones when it rains/the companerosstomp on darkness/set forth from death/wander the tender night/I hear their voices like living faces" - from "Remembering Their Little Bones". Buchnummer des Verkäufers B9780520205871

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Buchbeschreibung University of California Press, United States, 1997. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Juan Gelman is Argentina s leading poet, but his work has been almost unknown in the United States until now. In 2000, he received the Juan Rulfo Award, one most important literary awards in the Spanish-speaking world, and in 2007, he received the Cervantes Prize, the Spanish-speaking world s top literary prize. With this selection, chosen and superbly translated by Joan Lindgren, Gelman s lush and visceral poetry comes alive for an English-speaking readership. Gelman is a stark witness to the brutality of power, and his poems reflect his suffering at the hands of the Argentine military government (his son, daughter-in-law, and grandchild were disappeared ). While political idealism infuses his writing, he is not a servant of ideology.Themes of family, exile, the tango, Argentina, and Gelman s Jewish heritage resonate throughout his poems, works that celebrate life while confronting heartache and loss. Remembering their little bones when it rains/the companerosstomp on darkness/set forth from death/wander the tender night/I hear their voices like living faces - from Remembering Their Little Bones . Buchnummer des Verkäufers AAH9780520205871

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