52 Euros : Containing 26 Men and 26 Women in a Double A-Z of European Poets in Translation.

By: Gallas, JohnPublisher: Manchester : Carcanet Press Ltd., 2013Copyright date: ©2013Description: 1 online resource (228 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781847772930Subject(s): Interviewing in mental health.;Interviewing in psychiatry.;Mental status examination.;PsychodiagnosticsGenre/Form: Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: 52 Euros : Containing 26 Men and 26 Women in a Double A-Z of European Poets in TranslationDDC classification: 808.81 LOC classification: PN6101 -- .A15 2013ebOnline resources: Click to View
Contents:
Front Cover -- About the Author -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- A Short Word before 52 Euros -- Anna Akhmatova -- Muse -- King Greyeyes -- Evening Time -- I Warn You Now -- The Last-Time Song -- Hands Hitched Under My Shawl… -- Aleksey Apukhtin -- Ten Country Pictures -- Karin Boye -- The Fern Owl -- Tree -- We Sleepy Children -- My Skin is Full of Butterflies -- After-Dead -- Charles Baudelaire -- Cat -- Cats -- Owls -- The Albatross -- Undone -- Corinna of Tangara -- 9 Remains -- Giosuè Carducci -- Autumn Morning at the Station -- Mountain Morning -- Annette von Droste-Húlshoff -- Dead Lark -- The Boy on the Moor -- From the Heart -- To My Mother -- Richard Fedor Leopold Dehmel -- On the Seashore -- Parable -- Night Gleam -- Night Awe -- Looking Up -- Thought Landscape -- Florbela Espanca -- To Be a Poet -- Our Love -- Day Dawns -- My Death -- Paul Eluard -- Little Right-Things -- Marie de France -- Goatleaf -- Gustaf Fröding -- Atlantis -- Lovesong -- Sundown -- Amalia Guglielminetti -- Tomorrow -- Evening -- Stalker -- Heart -- Happiness -- My Voice -- Giuseppe Giusti -- The Steam Chopper -- Mr Snail -- Irène Hamoir -- The Highwiress -- Hugo von Hofmannsthal -- The Emperor of China Says -- Old Man's Summer Longing -- Three Small Songs -- Magda Isanos -- Sad Much -- Sing -- And We Die Like Tomorrow -- The Dress -- Poem of the Sick Poet -- A Vegetable Dream -- Costache Ioanid -- I'm Just… -- Swanchick -- Whoever Loves a Flower -- Just the Thought -- Like Dew Goes -- Jórunn skáldmær -- The Bite Letters -- Jens Peter Jacobsen -- A Landscape -- Evening Time -- Spring Can Come When it Wants -- Autumn -- In a Seraglio Garden -- Silk Shoe Fitted on a Gold Last -- Maria Konopnicka -- I Know That In Your Small Window -- I Say: Go Away! - But Come Back, Silent… -- Vasily Kapnist -- Storm Coming -- Silhouette -- Sigh -- A Poor Man's Riches.
Else Lasker-Schüler -- Homesick -- From Afar -- A Hush of Words -- My Lovesong -- World End -- The Three of Us -- My People -- Jules Laforgue -- Night Poem -- The Night I Heard a Lost Dog -- Doubtful Christmas -- Nightmare -- April Wait -- Desanka Maksimovic -- Hand -- To Never Pilgrims -- Brachisland Pine -- Come to the Woods -- Maurice Maeterlinck -- Dead Hours -- Nightsoul -- Tired Beasts -- Reflections -- Anna de Noailles -- You Are Like Music -- I Slept, I Wake… -- Bells of Venice -- Palermo Adrowse -- Gérard de Nerval -- Eight Odelettes -- Louise Otto-Peters -- At My Husband's Grave -- Swallows -- Easter Holiday -- Fog -- Pall and Jon Olafsson -- Hello Summer! -- My Kingdom -- Sophia Parnok -- Pier Paolo Pasolini -- To Khodaseyevitch -- Give Me Your Hand -- Ghazals -- Grey Rose -- In a White Night 119 -- Pier Paolo Pasolini -- Heading for Caracalla's Hotbaths -- Going Too -- Night's Triumph -- Sex - Consolation for Unhappiness -- I Work All Day… -- Prayer to My Mother -- But It Was Italy, Bare and Seething -- Rome, Evening -- Bellsong -- My Deathday -- Queen Mary (Mary Stuart) -- (Ode on the death of her husband) -- (8th sonnet to Lord Bothwell) -- (Sonnet to Queen Elizabeth) -- (Sonnet written at Fotheringhay Castle) -- Salvatore Quasimodo -- Thanatos Athanatos -- A Street in Agrigentum -- Nearly a Madrigal -- Rain and Iron Colours -- Epitaph for Bice Donetti -- Lament for the South -- Suzanne Renaud -- Between Dogday and Nightwolf -- Winter End -- August Moon -- Nightbirds -- Rope-Coloured Land -- Morning Light -- Nightpiece I -- Nightpiece II -- The Nuts -- Henrikas Radauskas -- Angel of Death -- Sunday -- Midday -- Muse -- Mechanical Angel -- Edith Södergran -- Three Sisters -- Wish -- I Saw a Tree… -- Walking, I Took My Way about the Solarsystems -- The Land That Is Not -- Pedro Salinas -- To the One I Love -- What Birds?.
Nightwater, Stalling Snake… -- Master of Matter -- Tiburge (de Sarenom) -- Fragment of a Canso -- Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev -- Summer Evening -- You Saw Him… -- Predestination -- Leaves -- Insomnia -- Regina Ullmann -- Waking -- The Graveyard Burns… -- The Loner -- Storm in a Poppyfield -- Johann Ludwig Uhland -- Once I Had a Comrade -- The Black Knight -- Hush of Spring -- A Trip Home -- Renée Vivien -- Age Approaches -- Evening Roses -- Your Royal Youth Has the Sadness… -- Coming to Mytilene -- Emile Verhaeren -- Bread Cooking -- The Stable -- Ice -- Milk -- The Trained Trees -- Harvests -- The Mill -- Kitchen -- Village -- The Big Room -- Maryla Wolska -- Ex Voto -- My Soul -- Prelude -- Jirí Wolker -- Things -- Saint Nicholas Day -- In Love -- Humble -- Postbox -- Back -- Olga Xirinacs Díaz -- Our Daily Fair -- I'm Making a Plate of Olives… -- Three Small Songs from the Upper Side -- Students -- They Grow Blue in Your Skin… -- Xenophanes (of Colophon) -- Bits and Pieces -- Marguerite Yourcenar -- Written on the Back of Two Postcards -- Erotic -- Fitful -- Poem for a Doll Bought in a Russian Market -- Hermaphrodite -- Peyo Yavorov -- Clouds -- Confession -- Pardon -- Two Souls -- Yulia Zhadovskaya -- In Difference -- On a Track -- Evening -- The Sway of Sounds -- Jens Zetlitz -- Grapes were Made to Grin the World… -- It Went Like This -- My Longings -- Acknowledgements -- Index of Titles -- Index of First Lines.
Summary: With its lens on Europe and taking a singular approach, this collection of poems translates and revises the works of both famous and rising poets. From Akhmatova, Baudelaire, and Pasolini to the Olafsson brothers, Renée Vivien, and Yulia Zhadovskaya, poets from various European nations are not only brought together in the book but are celebrated in it for their differences and a shared poetic purpose. Award-winning poet John Gallas collaborated with native speakers to translate the works and then incorporated his artistic edge into their interpretation. Covering all of human life in the subjects, including love and despair, wild excess and wistful calm, this exhilarating poetic journey travels across a continent as well as through time.
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Front Cover -- About the Author -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- A Short Word before 52 Euros -- Anna Akhmatova -- Muse -- King Greyeyes -- Evening Time -- I Warn You Now -- The Last-Time Song -- Hands Hitched Under My Shawl… -- Aleksey Apukhtin -- Ten Country Pictures -- Karin Boye -- The Fern Owl -- Tree -- We Sleepy Children -- My Skin is Full of Butterflies -- After-Dead -- Charles Baudelaire -- Cat -- Cats -- Owls -- The Albatross -- Undone -- Corinna of Tangara -- 9 Remains -- Giosuè Carducci -- Autumn Morning at the Station -- Mountain Morning -- Annette von Droste-Húlshoff -- Dead Lark -- The Boy on the Moor -- From the Heart -- To My Mother -- Richard Fedor Leopold Dehmel -- On the Seashore -- Parable -- Night Gleam -- Night Awe -- Looking Up -- Thought Landscape -- Florbela Espanca -- To Be a Poet -- Our Love -- Day Dawns -- My Death -- Paul Eluard -- Little Right-Things -- Marie de France -- Goatleaf -- Gustaf Fröding -- Atlantis -- Lovesong -- Sundown -- Amalia Guglielminetti -- Tomorrow -- Evening -- Stalker -- Heart -- Happiness -- My Voice -- Giuseppe Giusti -- The Steam Chopper -- Mr Snail -- Irène Hamoir -- The Highwiress -- Hugo von Hofmannsthal -- The Emperor of China Says -- Old Man's Summer Longing -- Three Small Songs -- Magda Isanos -- Sad Much -- Sing -- And We Die Like Tomorrow -- The Dress -- Poem of the Sick Poet -- A Vegetable Dream -- Costache Ioanid -- I'm Just… -- Swanchick -- Whoever Loves a Flower -- Just the Thought -- Like Dew Goes -- Jórunn skáldmær -- The Bite Letters -- Jens Peter Jacobsen -- A Landscape -- Evening Time -- Spring Can Come When it Wants -- Autumn -- In a Seraglio Garden -- Silk Shoe Fitted on a Gold Last -- Maria Konopnicka -- I Know That In Your Small Window -- I Say: Go Away! - But Come Back, Silent… -- Vasily Kapnist -- Storm Coming -- Silhouette -- Sigh -- A Poor Man's Riches.

Else Lasker-Schüler -- Homesick -- From Afar -- A Hush of Words -- My Lovesong -- World End -- The Three of Us -- My People -- Jules Laforgue -- Night Poem -- The Night I Heard a Lost Dog -- Doubtful Christmas -- Nightmare -- April Wait -- Desanka Maksimovic -- Hand -- To Never Pilgrims -- Brachisland Pine -- Come to the Woods -- Maurice Maeterlinck -- Dead Hours -- Nightsoul -- Tired Beasts -- Reflections -- Anna de Noailles -- You Are Like Music -- I Slept, I Wake… -- Bells of Venice -- Palermo Adrowse -- Gérard de Nerval -- Eight Odelettes -- Louise Otto-Peters -- At My Husband's Grave -- Swallows -- Easter Holiday -- Fog -- Pall and Jon Olafsson -- Hello Summer! -- My Kingdom -- Sophia Parnok -- Pier Paolo Pasolini -- To Khodaseyevitch -- Give Me Your Hand -- Ghazals -- Grey Rose -- In a White Night 119 -- Pier Paolo Pasolini -- Heading for Caracalla's Hotbaths -- Going Too -- Night's Triumph -- Sex - Consolation for Unhappiness -- I Work All Day… -- Prayer to My Mother -- But It Was Italy, Bare and Seething -- Rome, Evening -- Bellsong -- My Deathday -- Queen Mary (Mary Stuart) -- (Ode on the death of her husband) -- (8th sonnet to Lord Bothwell) -- (Sonnet to Queen Elizabeth) -- (Sonnet written at Fotheringhay Castle) -- Salvatore Quasimodo -- Thanatos Athanatos -- A Street in Agrigentum -- Nearly a Madrigal -- Rain and Iron Colours -- Epitaph for Bice Donetti -- Lament for the South -- Suzanne Renaud -- Between Dogday and Nightwolf -- Winter End -- August Moon -- Nightbirds -- Rope-Coloured Land -- Morning Light -- Nightpiece I -- Nightpiece II -- The Nuts -- Henrikas Radauskas -- Angel of Death -- Sunday -- Midday -- Muse -- Mechanical Angel -- Edith Södergran -- Three Sisters -- Wish -- I Saw a Tree… -- Walking, I Took My Way about the Solarsystems -- The Land That Is Not -- Pedro Salinas -- To the One I Love -- What Birds?.

Nightwater, Stalling Snake… -- Master of Matter -- Tiburge (de Sarenom) -- Fragment of a Canso -- Fyodor Ivanovich Tyutchev -- Summer Evening -- You Saw Him… -- Predestination -- Leaves -- Insomnia -- Regina Ullmann -- Waking -- The Graveyard Burns… -- The Loner -- Storm in a Poppyfield -- Johann Ludwig Uhland -- Once I Had a Comrade -- The Black Knight -- Hush of Spring -- A Trip Home -- Renée Vivien -- Age Approaches -- Evening Roses -- Your Royal Youth Has the Sadness… -- Coming to Mytilene -- Emile Verhaeren -- Bread Cooking -- The Stable -- Ice -- Milk -- The Trained Trees -- Harvests -- The Mill -- Kitchen -- Village -- The Big Room -- Maryla Wolska -- Ex Voto -- My Soul -- Prelude -- Jirí Wolker -- Things -- Saint Nicholas Day -- In Love -- Humble -- Postbox -- Back -- Olga Xirinacs Díaz -- Our Daily Fair -- I'm Making a Plate of Olives… -- Three Small Songs from the Upper Side -- Students -- They Grow Blue in Your Skin… -- Xenophanes (of Colophon) -- Bits and Pieces -- Marguerite Yourcenar -- Written on the Back of Two Postcards -- Erotic -- Fitful -- Poem for a Doll Bought in a Russian Market -- Hermaphrodite -- Peyo Yavorov -- Clouds -- Confession -- Pardon -- Two Souls -- Yulia Zhadovskaya -- In Difference -- On a Track -- Evening -- The Sway of Sounds -- Jens Zetlitz -- Grapes were Made to Grin the World… -- It Went Like This -- My Longings -- Acknowledgements -- Index of Titles -- Index of First Lines.

With its lens on Europe and taking a singular approach, this collection of poems translates and revises the works of both famous and rising poets. From Akhmatova, Baudelaire, and Pasolini to the Olafsson brothers, Renée Vivien, and Yulia Zhadovskaya, poets from various European nations are not only brought together in the book but are celebrated in it for their differences and a shared poetic purpose. Award-winning poet John Gallas collaborated with native speakers to translate the works and then incorporated his artistic edge into their interpretation. Covering all of human life in the subjects, including love and despair, wild excess and wistful calm, this exhilarating poetic journey travels across a continent as well as through time.

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