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  • ISBN 1882413245
  • ISBN13 978-1882413249
  • Language English
  • Author Ha Jin
  • Publisher Hanging Loose Press; First Edition, First Printing edition (October 1, 1996)
  • Pages 70
  • Formats lrf mobi lit azw
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Poetry
  • Size ePub 1567 kb
  • Size Fb2 1153 kb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 428

Poetry. This is the second volume of poems from Chinese ex-patriot poet Ha Jin, who moved to the United States after the Tiananmen massacre. "These poems are unflinchingly lucid, luminous, brave, and the shadows faced in this book are faced with a powerful light"--Thomas Lux. His poems have appeared in journals such as AGNI and Poetry, and he holds a doctorate in American Literature from Brandeis University. In 2004, his novel War Trash won the PEN/Faulkner award; his previous novel, Waiting, won the 1997 National Book Award. Ha Jin teaches English at Boston University.

This is the second volume of poems from Chinese ex-patriot poet Ha Jin, who moved to the United States after the Tiananmen massacre

This is the second volume of poems from Chinese ex-patriot poet Ha Jin, who moved to the United States after the Tiananmen massacre. These poems are unflinchingly lucid, luminous, brave, and the shadows faced in this book are faced with a powerful light"-Thomas Lux. His poems have appeared in journals such as AGNI and Poetry, and he holds a doctorate in American Poetry. This is the second volume of poems from Chinese ex-patriot poet Ha Jin, who moved to the United States after the Tiananmen massacre.

In another session of the California Lecture Series in Sacramento, CA, I had the pleasure of listening to Ha Jin in a live interview with Jeffry Calison of Public Radio and was enchanted with the strength, courage, gentleness of this man.

This is the second volume of poems from Chinese ex-patriot poet Ha Jin, who moved to the United States after the Tiananmen massacre  . In another session of the California Lecture Series in Sacramento, CA, I had the pleasure of listening to Ha Jin in a live interview with Jeffry Calison of Public Radio and was enchanted with the strength, courage, gentleness of this man. Born in mainland China, he immigrated to the United States in his late twenties, earned a P. in English from Brandeis University in 1992. This book of poems runs a scope of emotions and will not fail to move the reader.

Ha Jin left his native China in 1985 to attend Brandeis University. To book a lecture or speaking engagement with Ha Jin, please contact the Penguin Random House Speakers Bureau: ww. rhspeakers.

Xuefei Jin (simplified Chinese: 金雪飞; traditional Chinese: 金雪飛; pinyin: Jīn Xuěfēi; born February 21, 1956) is a Chinese-American poet and novelist using the pen name Ha Jin (哈金). His poetry is associated with. His poetry is associated with the Misty Poetry movement. Ha Jin was born in Liaoning, China. His father was a military officer; at thirteen, Jin joined the People's Liberation Army during the Cultural Revolution.

These poems are unflinchingly lucid, luminous, brave, and the shadows faced in this book are faced with a powerful light"-Thomas Lux.

1996) A collection of poems by Ha Jin. Poetry. His poems have appeared in journals such as AGNI and Poetry, and he holds a doctorate in American Literature from Brandeis University. In 2004, his novel War Trash won the PEN/Faulkner award; his previous novel, Waiting, won the 1997 National Book Award

This is the second volume of poems from Chinese ex-patriot poet Ha Jin, who moved to the United States after the Tiananmen massacre.

Ha Jin. From the National Book Award-winning author of Waiting: a narratively driven, deeply human biography of the . With the instincts of a master novelist, Ha Jin draws on a wide range of historical and literary sources to weave the great poet's life story

Ha Jin. From the National Book Award-winning author of Waiting: a narratively driven, deeply human biography of the Tang dynasty poet Li Bai-also known as Li Po In his own time (701–762), Li Bai's poems-shaped by Daoist thought and characterized by their passion, romance, and lust for life-were never given their proper due by the official literary. With the instincts of a master novelist, Ha Jin draws on a wide range of historical and literary sources to weave the great poet's life story Read online.

by Ha Jin. Published 1996 by Hanging Loose Press in Brooklyn, . Chinese Americans, Poetry, Internet Archive Wishlist.