ئێوارستان

  • Title: ئێوارستان
  • Author: Pär Lagerkvist خەبات عارف
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  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Pär Lagerkvist خەبات عارف

      Lagerkvist was born in 1891 in southern Sweden In 1910 he went to Uppsala as a student and in 1913 he left for Paris, where he was exposed to the work of Pablo Picasso He studied Middle Age Art, as well as Indian and Chinese literature, to prepare himself for becoming a poet His first collection of poetry was published in 1916 In 1940 Lagerkvist was chosen as one of the aderton the eighteen of the Swedish Academy.Lagerkvist wrote poetry, novels, plays, short stories and essays He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1951 for the artistic vigour and true independence of mind with which he endeavours in his poetry to find answers to the eternal questions confronting mankind.

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    1. Poetry continued. It is hard not to notice the fashion-driven nature of . I wrote the following in late 2009, so four years ago, and it has yet to receive a vote. I have, I might add, over the years, got many votes for writing crap about the right books. Be rude about Harry Potter, rake them in. Poetry, in particular, is shunned, but for a couple of poets like Plath with whose private lives non-poetry readers are obsessed. Arrgghhhhhhhhh!! It drives me crazy. It is such a shame that poetry was t [...]


    2. ئێوارستانکۆمەکا هەلبەستان یا پێر لاگەرکڤیست، من چ جاران ئەڤ ناڤە نەبهیستیە، لێ ناڤرۆکا پرسێن وی و نالینێن وی یێن هەلبەستکی بەریا نها ناخێ هەر مرۆڤەکی ب رەنگەک ژ رەنگان هەژاندییە. د ڤێ ئێڤارستانێ دا لێگەریان ل مرۆڤی دگەل خودێ، لێگەریان رەشبینیێ دگەل رۆهنیێ تێکهەل دبیت، مرۆڤ [...]


    3. This book is a collection of Lagerkvist's poems as part of a joint translation project by Auden and Sjoeberg. Most of the translations never went through a final revision but the original Swedish is on the opposing page (if you can read Swedish) and the poetry, going by the translation, of course, does not seem very difficult to read and understand. (This is helped by Sjoeberg's introduction which includes a section on the poems' reoccurring themes.) In contrast with his fiction prose, Lagerkvis [...]


    4. Den är Awesome. Men lite mycket Gud. Lagerkvist berör mig."Att hjärtats oro aldrig må vika.Att jag aldrig må frid.Att jag aldrig må försona mig med livet, inte hellermed döden.Att min väg må vara oändlig, med ett okänt mål."


    5. An absolutely beautiful evocation of feeling as we approach our end, or someone near dies. This book deserves multiple readings.




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