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by Marius Kociejowski,Christopher Middleton

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  • ISBN 0907562515
  • ISBN13 978-0907562511
  • Language English
  • Author Marius Kociejowski,Christopher Middleton
  • Publisher Shearsman Books (September 15, 2004)
  • Pages 152
  • Formats docx mbr lrf azw
  • Category Fiction
  • Subcategory Poetry
  • Size ePub 1908 kb
  • Size Fb2 1610 kb
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Christopher Middleton, long a resident of the USA, is one of Britain's finest poets. He was writing (not for publication) his 'Nocturnal Journal' during the two years prior to his retirement from the University of Texas at Austin, where he had taught German and Comparative Literature since 1966. The journal appears here in conjunction with conversations tape-recorded by Marius Kociejowski in London during October 2002 and June 2003. In both areas Middleton attends eloquently to his concerns as poet, translator, and essayist: values intrinsic and peculiar to poetry, the fundamental human aptitude (and craving) for aesthetic expression, and the reading of sign-systems usually deemed haphazard (e.g., a Turkish sea-mew, a soccer match, the aprons of waiters, rubbish in the Paris Metro, and a fresco in Cappadocia). Also included here, by way of introduction to the volume, is a brief but entertaining reminiscence of his first encounters with Christopher Middleton by Marius Kociejowski.

Christopher Middleton, Marius Kociejowski. Christopher Middleton, long a resident of the USA, is one of Britain's finest poets.

Christopher Middleton, Marius Kociejowski. He was writing (not for publication) his 'Nocturnal Journal' during the two years prior to his retirement from the University of Texas at Austin, where he had taught German and Comparative Literature since 1966. The journal appears here in conjunction with conversations tape-recorded by Marius Kociejowski in London during October 2002 and June 2003.

Palavers, and a Nocturnal Journal. by Marius Kociejowski and Christopher Middleton.

Palavers, and a Nocturnal Journal book. In both areas Middleton attends eloquently to his concerns as poet, translator, and essayist: values intrinsic and peculiar to poetry, the fundamental human aptitude (and craving) for aesthetic expression, and the reading of sign-systems usually deemed haphazard (. a Turkish sea-mew, a soccer match, the aprons of waiters, rubbish in the Paris Metro, and a fresco in Cappadocia).

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Author Christopher Middleton. Author of several books of poetry, most recently Of the Mortal Fire: Poems 1999-2003 and In the Mirror of the Eighth King (Green Integer, 1999). See all 2 brand new listings.

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Palavers, and A Nocturnal Journal ) Christopher Middleton, long a resident of the USA, is one of Britain's finest poets.

Christopher Middleton in Conversation. By Kociejowski, Marius. Christopher Middleton in Conversation. The entire interview comprises seventy-nine pages and is published, together with "A Nocturnal Journal" and Marius Kociejowski's "CM: A Portrait", in Palavers, and A Nocturnal Journal (Shearsman Books, 58 Velwell Road, Exeter, EX4 4LD, England; ww. hearsman. effervescence and distillation, those are the poles between which one plays one's peculiar games

Christopher Middleton obituary. Conversations that I recorded with him in 2002-03 formed the basis of Palavers (2004, with A Nocturnal Journal, a diary that had not been intended for publication)

Christopher Middleton obituary. Poet and translator inspired by travels in Turkey who translated works from German, French, Turkish and Spanish. Conversations that I recorded with him in 2002-03 formed the basis of Palavers (2004, with A Nocturnal Journal, a diary that had not been intended for publication). In it he spoke of his pursuit of poetry that was crystalline and remote and somehow doesn’t disappear. His essays, most recently collected in Jackdaw Jiving (1998), focus on poetry and translation. by Christopher Middleton. Coauthors & Alternates. ISBN 9780907562511 (978-07562-51-1) Softcover, Shearsman Books, 2004. Find signed collectible books: 'Palavers, and A Nocturnal Journal'. A reply to Mr. Dobbs's answer to a pamphlet, entitled, Forgery detected.

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Middleton’s own poetry is notable for its erudition, playfulness, and openness to experiment. He specializes in lively juxtapositions, incongruities of collage, the play of form. istas recede in a number of poems into the prehistoric so we are aware of mysterious correlations.