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by Heather McHugh,Jean Follain

Author: Heather McHugh,Jean Follain
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English French
Publisher: Princeton Univ Press; First Edition edition (January 21, 1982)
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.1
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D'Apres Tout: poems by Jean Follain translated by Heather McHugh is quite simply a desert island book for anyone who wants to know why literary minimalism has a purpose.

D'Apres Tout: poems by Jean Follain translated by Heather McHugh is quite simply a desert island book for anyone who wants to know why literary minimalism has a purpose. Most minimalism succeeds or founders on an immediate but limited path of associative analogy, but the best minimalism opens outward into a depth that bespeaks of poetic compression at its peak of perfection. Follain creates entire social systems, worlds, and dramas in 10 to 20 lines.

The Description for this book, D'Apres Tout: Poems by Jean Follain, will be forthcoming. Format: Mass Market Paperback. ISBN13: 9780691013725. Broken Film: Poems D'Apres Tout: poems by Jean Follain translated by Heather McHugh is quite simply a desert island book for anyone who wants to know why literary minimalism has a purpose.

Discover beautiful French poems from great poets. French poetry covers a lot of topics, from the blissful heights of love to the depths of melancholy and despair it brings. the French version of the poem. its English translation. Translated in English with videos you can listen to enhance & improve your speaking skills in French. But regardless of whether it talks about the profound or the mundane, French poems evoke a lot of emotions through the use of carefully expressed words that capture different thoughts and moments. you can also listen to the poem being narrated in an embedded video.

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McHugh has also translated the Bulgarian poet Blaga Dimitrova, the French Jean Follain and, with . From Poetry Off the ShelfMarch 2012 (Translator) D’Apres Tout: Poems by Jean Follain, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ), 1981.

McHugh has also translated the Bulgarian poet Blaga Dimitrova, the French Jean Follain and, with classicist David Konstan, Euripides’s play Cyclops (2001). Heather McHugh has won numerous awards including grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the PEN/Voelcker Award for Poetry, the . From Poetry Off the ShelfMarch 2012. Heather McHugh responds to Gaspara Stampa, one of the poets included in the Folger Shakespeare Library's Shakespeare's Sisters exhibit. Translator) D’Apres Tout: Poems by Jean Follain, Princeton University Press (Princeton, NJ), 1981.

Poems by Jean Follain (1981). In a 1999 interview, McHugh said, "If you're a poet smitten with English, you love it for its drive and not its drone.

Her poetry translation of Jean Follain's French work is titled D'après tout: Poems by Jean Follain . D'Apres Tout-Poems by Jean Follain.

Her poetry translation of Jean Follain's French work is titled D'après tout: Poems by Jean Follain (1981) and was published by Princeton University Press in the Lockhart Poetry in Translation series. In 1984, she became the Milliman Writer-In-Residence at the University of Washington in Seattle. The residency was initiated that same year, and McHugh filled the position until 2011 when she was appointed Pollock Professor of Creative Writing. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1981

McHugh has published eight books of poetry, one collection of critical . McHugh translated Dimitrova’s poems for Wesleyan Poetry in Translation (published by the Wesleyan University Press).

McHugh has published eight books of poetry, one collection of critical essays, and four books of translation. She has received numerous awards and critical recognition in all of these areas, including several Pushcart Prizes, the Griffin Prize in poetry, and many others. Her poetry translation of Jean Follain’s French work is titled D'après tout: Poems by Jean Follain (1981) and was published by Princeton University Press in the Lockhart Poetry in Translation series. McHugh translated Dimitrova’s poems for Wesleyan Poetry in Translation (published by the Wesleyan University Press) with her husband, Nikolai Popov, a scholar whom she married in 1987.

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