Don Bogen's An Algebra (Phoenix Poets) PDF

By Don Bogen

ISBN-10: 0226063143

ISBN-13: 9780226063140

An Algebra is an interwoven number of 8 sequences and 16 person poems, the place photographs and words recur in new contexts, connecting and postponing innovations, feelings and insights. via turns, the poems jump from the general public realm of city decay and outsourcing to the intimacies of relatives lifestyles, from a highway mime to a haunting dream, from elegy to lyric evocation. Wholeness and brokenness intertwine within the e-book; glimpsed styles and startling disjunctions force its explorations.

An Algebra is a piece of fixing equivalents, a look for stability in a global of transformation and loss. it's a brilliantly developed, relocating ebook through a poet who has completed a brand new point of resourceful expression and talent.

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But, sweetheart, I've grown old… I mean… I'm old; my mind… it does get muddled. '-'Now don't get riled, You know these days I'm not so clear, I'll take the letter, never fear. ' 36 The day wore on, no word came flying. Another fruitless day went by. All dressed since dawn, dead-pale and sighing, Tatyana waits: will he reply? Then Olga's suitor came a-wooing. ' Tatyana blushed and trembled gently. ' Eugene Onegin by Alexander Pushkin Translated from Russian into English by JAMES E. FALEN Russian-English parallel text Татьяна потупила взор, Как будто слыша злой укор.

XLII И вот уже трещат морозы И серебрятся средь полей... ) Опрятней модного паркета Блистает речка, льдом одета. Мальчишек радостный народ {24} Коньками звучно режет лед; На красных лапках гусь тяжелый, Задумав плыть по лону вод, Ступает бережно на лед, Скользит и падает; веселый Мелькает, вьется первый снег, Звездами падая на брег. XLIII В глуши что делать в эту пору? Гулять? Деревня той порой Невольно докучает взору Однообразной наготой. Скакать верхом в степи суровой? Но конь, притупленной подковой Неверный зацепляя лед, Того и жди, что упадет.

Within her heart the frenzied beating Coursed on and never ceased to press Her gentle soul, athirst with aching; Nay, ever more intensely quaking, Poor Tanya burns in joyless throes; Sleep shuns her bed, all sweetness goes, The glow of life has vanished starkly; Her health, her calm, the smile she wore- Like empty sounds exist no more, And Tanya's youth now glimmers darkly: Thus stormy shadows cloak with grey The scarcely risen, newborn day. 24 Alas, Tatyana's fading quickly; She's pale and wasted, doesn't speak!

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