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Desire af Frank Bidart
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Desire (udgave 1997)

af Frank Bidart

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In Frank Bidart's new collection of poems, the encounter with desire is the encounter with destiny. The first half contains some of Bidart's most luminous and intimate work: its range is as wide as its unifying theme is specific. Here are lyrics of heartbreaking directness and candor, including poems about the art of writing, Eros, and the desolations and mirror of history (in a spectacular narrative based on Tacitus). The second half of the book extends the overt lyricism of the opening section into even more ambitious territory -- The Second Hour of the Night may be Bidart's most profound and complex meditation on the illusion of will, his most seductive dramatic poem to date.… (mere)
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Titel:Desire
Forfattere:Frank Bidart
Info:Farrar Straus & Giroux (T) (1997), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 59 pages
Samlinger:Dit bibliotek, Skal læses
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Nøgleord:American, poetry, twentieth century, books by men

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This has all the hallmarks of the work that came before it, as can be seen in the great "Borges and I." The second half of the book is comprised of the long poem "The Second Hour of the Night," which overall lacks the power and stunning voice of poems like "Herbert White" and "Ellen West." There are definitely great images and lines here, but if you are new to Bidart, start with In the Western Night. ( )
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In Frank Bidart's new collection of poems, the encounter with desire is the encounter with destiny. The first half contains some of Bidart's most luminous and intimate work: its range is as wide as its unifying theme is specific. Here are lyrics of heartbreaking directness and candor, including poems about the art of writing, Eros, and the desolations and mirror of history (in a spectacular narrative based on Tacitus). The second half of the book extends the overt lyricism of the opening section into even more ambitious territory -- The Second Hour of the Night may be Bidart's most profound and complex meditation on the illusion of will, his most seductive dramatic poem to date.

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