Clatters

Clatters Clatters is the first translation of Henri Droguet s poetry published in the United States Here the original text appears alongside Alexander Dickow s exquisite translation in a collection that is at
  • Title: Clatters
  • Author: Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Paperback
  • Clatters
    Clatters is the first translation of Henri Droguet s poetry published in the United States Here the original text appears alongside Alexander Dickow s exquisite translation, in a collection that is at once wonderfully cluttered and strikingly barren As Dickow puts it in his Afterword, Never, perhaps, has so pure a litany of despair, vanity, destruction and decay given rClatters is the first translation of Henri Droguet s poetry published in the United States Here the original text appears alongside Alexander Dickow s exquisite translation, in a collection that is at once wonderfully cluttered and strikingly barren As Dickow puts it in his Afterword, Never, perhaps, has so pure a litany of despair, vanity, destruction and decay given rise to such vibrant language In Clatters, Alexander Dickow has beautifully translated the eminent and singular French poet Henri Droguet Dickow has a lovely feel for idiom and sonic texture, and his poetic intelligence matches Droguet s subtlety His introductory essay illuminates Droguet s place in French poetry, and meditates generally about loner poetry and the principled refusal to traffic in the literary marketplace It s a little book, but large, spiritually Rosanna Warren48 pp perfect bound 10 includes SH in the U.S Shipping costs added for overseas shipping.purchase nowClick Here to download a free PDF of four bonus poems Published in February 2014PUBLISHER S NOTEHenri Droguet s Clatters is a series of textual bricolages, the poet s accurate description of his own work, appearing in translation here for the first time At once wonderfully cluttered and strikingly barren meaning and sound, man and landscape, interiority and exteriority merge together in this collection, as overcast as the landscape of the poet s home of Northern Brittany.Droguet s characters are unfortunate phantoms, existing outside of time but anchored to a desperately isolated world by crunchy phrases evoking the haggard, the weary and the rusty Clamorous and unruly textual fragments, disjointed syntax and sonic textures are framed in an atmosphere of playfulness Wordplay, inversions, ellipses, anacolutha, paranomatha, parataxis Language unmakes itself, serving as another inconstant in an enchanting and terrifying world Clatters is a telling title, the eponymous verb indicative of a sonorous contact, friction or conflict, of the mechanical vocabulary and the physicality of the poems.The work is full of binaries of editorial production, of the poet s equivocal fame, of the double valence of Droguet s world As such, Clatters is particularly effective as a bilingual publication As puppets and phantoms wrestle with new ways of inhabit the stark landscape, as the paving stone resounds in time with that human stump pummeled lacking forward marching Litt ralement Literally, the translation contributes to new ways of inhabiting the literary landscape Although Droguet s work is filled with figures that produce crisis, this is certainly not the case with Alexander Dickow s exquisite translation, the result of a highly collaborative process and exceptional relationship between translator and poet.Both translation and poetry are language led means of approaching a truth In this instance, Dickow was faced with the challenge of using his own words to redo the author s work of undoing, to retell the cyclical story mapped onto the pages of the rise and fall of tides, of desolation and regrowth, of splendor and desolation to wonder at ruin Aoife Roberts, for Rain Taxi
    Clatters By Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow,
    • [PDF] ½ Unlimited Î Clatters : by Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow ↠
      129 Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] ½ Unlimited Î Clatters : by Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow ↠
      Posted by:Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow
      Published :2020-02-09T17:56:14+00:00

    About " Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow "

  • Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow

    Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Clatters book, this is one of the most wanted Henri Droguet Alexander Dickow author readers around the world.

  • 135 Comments


  • Post Your Comment Here

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *