|Author:||Ales Debeljak,Charles Simic|
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|Category:||Psychology and Counseling|
|Publisher:||White Pine Press (January 1, 1995)|
Anxious Moments book. poetry, Slovene, tr C Merrill, preface C Simic. Aleš Debeljak was a Slovenian cultural critic, poet, and essayist. He graduated from comparative literature at the University of Ljubljana in 1985. Aleš continued his studies in the United States, obtaining a PhD in sociology of culture at Syracuse University in 1989. He was later a Senior Fulbright fellow at the University of California, Berkeley. He also worked at the Institute for Advanced Studi Aleš Debeljak was a Slovenian cultural critic, poet, and essayist. He graduated from comparative literature at the University of Ljubljana in 1985
Without Anesthesia: survive in the framework of post- (1994) that the poem in prose repre- New and Selected Poems. There’s a pulsating significant for Debeljak’s aesthetics of erotic ecstasy in the poet’s invoca- Slovenian poet Ale} Debeljak and doesn’t merely imply a thematic tion of geographic areas, often very (b. 1961) belongs to the group of aspect.
Melancholy, reminiscence and nostalgia are regarded as inactive, passive mind formations but Debeljak makes them active and operational, they are a source of living, unpredictably moving thoughts. MOJCA PIŠEK, Dnevnik. In Smugglers, Aleš Debeljak feeds himself and his readers with a delicious mixture of past, present and future, with tastes of reminiscence and expectations of world’s new savours. Jenko Poetry Prize Laudatio.
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Charles Simic is widely recognized as one of the most visceral and unique poets writing today. Simic’s work has won numerous awards, among them the 1990 Pulitzer Prize, the MacArthur Foundation genius grant, the Griffin International Poetry Prize, and, simultaneously, the Wallace Stevens Award and appointment as . He taught English and creative writing for over thirty years at the University of New Hampshire. Although he emigrated to the . from Yugoslavia as a teenager, Simic writes in English, drawing upon his own experiences of war-torn Belgrade to compose poems about.
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Charles Simic was born May 9, 1938, in Yugoslavia. His father came to America and later sent for Simic and his mother, who had relocated to Paris. Simic arrived in the . in 1954 at age 16. He has been an American citizen since 1971, and he currently resides in New Hampshire. Simic served as a MacArthur fellow from 1984-1989. His book Walking the Black Cat made the finalist list of the National Book Award for Poetry in 1996. He was awarded the Griffen Prize for his Selected Poems: 1963-2003. Simic has also served as a literary critic, and he has written a memoir titled A Fly in the Soup.
Aleš Debeljak: Anxious moments: Poems. Translated by Christopher Merrill (with the author). Fredonia: White Pine Press, 1994. Boris Pahor: Pilgrim among the shadows. Translated by Michael Biggins. New York; San Diego; London: Helen and Kurt Wolff book: Harcourt Brace & Company, 1995. 182 pp. ISBN 0-15-171958-6. arko Petan: Aphorisms. Translated by Erica Johnson Debeljak. Ljubljana: Slovene Writers' Association, 1998 (: Cicero).
The Dictionary of Silence: Poems by Ales Debeljak (Witter Bynner Translation Series) by Ales Debeljak (1999-10-01). His books in English translation include Anxious Moments as well as Dictionary of Silence and The City and the Child, published in 1999 by Lumen Books, Santa Fe, and White Pine Press, Buffalo, respectively.