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Author: Robert Sullivan
ISBN13: 978-1844714551
Title: Shout Ha! to the Sky
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Language: English
Category: Poetry
Publisher: Salt Publishing (January 4, 2010)
Pages: 116

Shout Ha! to the Sky by Robert Sullivan



Start by marking Shout Ha! to the Sky as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. It weaves into and dialogues with multi-genre work by a range of Pacific authors such as Anne Salmond, Albert Wendt, Haunani-Kay Trask, Witi Shout Ha! to the Sky explores history and contemporary life from a Maori person's perspective, and seeks to restore possibilities removed through the forces of colonialism.

Sullivan uses a wide-ranging voice who makes complex content, simple in execution. His book Cassino, in part is a song for Sullivan's grandfather who fought in Italy. Cassino is being compared to Dante's Divine Comedy with its various descents, ascents, spirals and authorial intrusions. Like Dante, Sullivan is bringing together life on many levels - from the personal to the cultural, from the political to the emotional. Like the Italian poet, he favours a cheeky vernacular as well as an elegant phrasing

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Shout Ha! to the Sky - Robert Sullivan . Waka 83. Robert Sullivan. Sullivan’s strong belief in the strength of his Maori heritage translates into powerful poetry and a sovereign command of the medium that ranges from a narrative style close to prose to epigrammatic brevity and poetic succinctness. 1991 PEN Award for Best First Book of Poetry. 1998 Literary Fellowship University of Auckland. 2001 Distinguished Visiting Writer at the University of Hawaii Manoa.

Sullivan is the author of more than 12 books of poetry, including Jazz Waiata (1990); Star Waka (1999), short-listed for the 2000 Montana New Zealand Book Awards; Weaving Earth and Sky (2002); Voice Carried My Family (2005); and Shout Ha! to the Sky (2010). Māori poet Robert Sullivan was born in Auckland, New Zealand. He earned an MA from the University of Auckland. Sullivan is the author of more than 12 books of poetry, including Jazz Waiata (1990); Star Waka (1999), short-listed for the 2000 Montana New Zealand Book Awards; Weaving Earth and Sky (2002); Voice Carried My Family (2005); and Shout Ha! to the Sky (2010).

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Book) Adult collection. from book: 35. Kline. Now. Shout Ha! to the Sky (Salt UK 2010), his seventh collection of poetry, contains several sequences. the cosmic touch, where the body and the sky. their long keels ploughing the salt se. .The life I spent so. Poems for a wedding Books The Guardian Ah ha. Kline's. Dogma, MARRIOTT, D. of Hector, you whom I chose as companions at Troy’s. S. Achiote Press Robert Sullivan's sixth book of poetry, Shout Ha! to the Sky, will be published by Salt (UK) this year. Shout ha! to the sky, SULLIVAN.

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Robert Sullivan (Ngā Puhi and Kāi Tahu) taught Creative Writing at the University of Hawai’I at Manoa 2003-10 before returning to Auckland to take up a position as Head of Creative Writing at the Manukau Institute of Technology. His most recent collections are Shout Ha! to the Sky (Salt UK) and Cassino: Città Martire, City of Martyrs (Huia), both published in 2010. The Tapa observations form the basis for many other poems in his book Cassino. Abbey River; The bible in Maori; So now in deference.

Praise for this Book. Robert Sullivan is one of New Zealand's and the Pacific's foremost poets, passionate, provocative and always transcendant. In his new collection, he shouts Ha! to the Sky. Take a deep breath, fill your lungs and join hi. -Witi Ihimaera, author of Whale Rider. Robert Sullivan has established a reputation as the leading poet of his generation in the Pacific. Collections: all, Author: Robert Sullivan, Poetry by individual poets.

Shout Ha! to the Sky explores history and contemporary life from a Maori person's perspective, and seeks to restore possibilities removed through the forces of colonialism. The poetry is intimate, wry, funny, angry and always loving. It weaves into and dialogues with multi-genre work by a range of Pacific authors such as Anne Salmond, Albert Wendt, Haunani-Kay Trask, Witi Ihimaera, and the late Hone Tuwhare, as well as writing from outside the Pacific by Anna Seward, W.B.Yeats, Ezra Pound, Keats, Vijay Seshadri, Dante Alighieri.