Sin : Selected Poems of Forugh Farrokhzad.

By: Wolpe, Sholeh
Contributor(s): Ostriker, Alicia | Wolpe, Sholeh
Publisher: Fayetteville : University of Arkansas Press, 2007Copyright date: ©2010Description: 1 online resource (169 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781610753838Subject(s): Farrukhzād, Furūgh -- Translations into English.;Arabic poetry -- Translations into EnglishGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Sin : Selected Poems of Forugh FarrokhzadDDC classification: 891.5513 LOC classification: PK6561.F264 -- A2 2007ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Intro -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- WHY FORUGH ? -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- FORUGH FARROKHZAD (1935-1967) -- SELECTED EARLY POEMS -- Sin -- Grief -- On Loving -- The Ring -- Captive -- Bathing -- The Wall -- Lost -- Later -- The Return -- Rebellious God -- SELECTED POEMS FROM REBORN -- Wind-Up Doll -- Those Days -- The Sun Rises -- The Wind Will Blow Us Away -- Summer's Green Waters -- Forgive Her -- Insight -- Border Walls -- Friday -- In Night's Cold Streets -- In an Eternal Dusk -- Earthly Verses -- The Gift -- A Visitation at Night -- Green Phantasm -- Mates -- Inaugurating the Garden -- My Lover -- Red Rose -- The Bird, Was Just a Bird -- O Bejeweled Realm . . . -- I Will Greet the Sun Again -- Reborn -- LET US BELIEVE IN THE DAWN OF THE COLD SEASON -- Let Us Believe in the Dawn of the Cold Season -- After You -- Window -- I Pity the Garden -- Someone Like No One -- Only Voice Remains -- The Bird Shall One Day Die -- NOTES , VOCABULARY, AND EXPLANATIONS -- Translator's Note -- Dreaming a Poem Translating Itself - An After-Note Confession -- A Brief Overview of Iran's Political Scene 1941 - 1967 -- Notes on "O Bejeweled Realm..." -- Vocabulary -- Recommended Reading.
Summary: Sholeh Wolpé is the author of The Scar Saloon and Rooftops of Tehran. Her poems, translations, essays, and reviews have appeared in many publications.
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Intro -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD -- WHY FORUGH ? -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- FORUGH FARROKHZAD (1935-1967) -- SELECTED EARLY POEMS -- Sin -- Grief -- On Loving -- The Ring -- Captive -- Bathing -- The Wall -- Lost -- Later -- The Return -- Rebellious God -- SELECTED POEMS FROM REBORN -- Wind-Up Doll -- Those Days -- The Sun Rises -- The Wind Will Blow Us Away -- Summer's Green Waters -- Forgive Her -- Insight -- Border Walls -- Friday -- In Night's Cold Streets -- In an Eternal Dusk -- Earthly Verses -- The Gift -- A Visitation at Night -- Green Phantasm -- Mates -- Inaugurating the Garden -- My Lover -- Red Rose -- The Bird, Was Just a Bird -- O Bejeweled Realm . . . -- I Will Greet the Sun Again -- Reborn -- LET US BELIEVE IN THE DAWN OF THE COLD SEASON -- Let Us Believe in the Dawn of the Cold Season -- After You -- Window -- I Pity the Garden -- Someone Like No One -- Only Voice Remains -- The Bird Shall One Day Die -- NOTES , VOCABULARY, AND EXPLANATIONS -- Translator's Note -- Dreaming a Poem Translating Itself - An After-Note Confession -- A Brief Overview of Iran's Political Scene 1941 - 1967 -- Notes on "O Bejeweled Realm..." -- Vocabulary -- Recommended Reading.

Sholeh Wolpé is the author of The Scar Saloon and Rooftops of Tehran. Her poems, translations, essays, and reviews have appeared in many publications.

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