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I conclude that this period is of crucial importance for understanding developments on Cyprus much later, in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and also in understanding the polemics that continue even today, in discussions of the Cypriot past and the relevance of that past to contemporary claims and counter-claims. Parents: This work has no parents. Tweet Share. Master's Papers Deposit your masters paper, project or other capstone work.
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Datasets Deposit your dataset. Datasets may be associated with an article or deposited separately. Multimedia Deposit your 3D objects, audio, images or video. Poster, Presentation or Paper Deposit scholarly works such as posters, presentations, conference papers or white papers. Zangareio is currently being translated into Spanish by Mexican poet Martha Favila. His travel journalism has appeared in The Guardian and National Geographic Traveller , and his music writing at Askmen. In , a grouping of poems, L'Enunciato , was selected for the series, Donne in poesia.
She is a coordinator of the literary magazine LibrAria. His best-known work in English translation is Le parti pris des choses Gallimard, When the Germans invaded Paris in , her family was forced to return to Spain, where her father, painter Lorenzo Aguirre, was subsequently murdered by Francisco Franco's regime. His short adult life was spent, mainly in Buenos Aires, writing and militating against the dictatorial Argentine government.
For Urondo, social and political experience was inseparable from poetry; his activism pervaded his writing, even when towards the end of his life he was forced to live clandestinely. Like other contemporary Latin American poets, including Juan Gelman, Urondo pushed literary conventions to give way to a conversational, frank style of writing that witnessed and accused, that demanded acknowledgement and memory, and that fought on beyond the reality of the turmoil his country was in.
In , Urondo took his own life by ingesting cyanide during a police chase in Mendoza. Since his studies in France, Germany and the Netherlands, Diart has developed a distinctive style founded on the relationship between words, history and the painted surface — a 'translation' of the word into pictorial substance and its deployment on the surface of the canvas.
His work can be found here. He is represented by Galerie Scrawitch, Paris. He now lives in Paris where he does residencies, public readings, and workshops as an Oulipo representative. He is one of the few members of the Oulipo to be born after its inception, and reading their works, most notably Queneau's Exercises du style , had a big influence on him and his writing.
To date Forte has published five books, two translations, and numerous chapbooks. He attended the creative writing program at the University of Gothenburg, an institution which has fostered some of the country's better-known writers, and has since become an established force in new forms of poetic expression there. He has studied creative writing in Skurups Writing school and is now doing the same at Lunds University.
He also writes literary criticism in Tidningen Kulturen and runs the personal blog Anatematisk. He grew up in Bern, and studied philosophy and German literature before deciding to pursue a career as a writer and dramatist. From the early s on he made a name for himself—both in Switzerland and abroad—with philosophical mystery novels, most famously The Pledge , and provocative and darkly comic plays such as The Visit A talented visual artist, he left a distinguished body of painting and graphic work that complements his literary oeuvre.
Later he moved to East Berlin and completed High School there. He then did his military service in the army, followed by training as a television technician. He worked with alternative theatre groups associated with the Church. In he moved to West Germany. He did casual work as a waiter, assistant director, and taxi-driver in Bavaria. In Bavaria he made his first attempts at writing. He returned to Berlin in In Berlin he gained full-time employment with a design control company, based in the Moabit district.
He has been writing plays since and is married with three children. Born in Sakae-machi, Chiayi in , Lo graduated with a B. In , she received the prestigious Sapir Prize for Literature for the Hebrew version of The Confessions of Noa Weber , which was also her first book published in English. Her second English-language novel, Lies: First Person , is scheduled to appear in She is a recent recipient of the Prime Minister's Prize for Literature, and she teaches creative writing in Jerusalem.
He has held various jobs as reporter and editor for non-literary and literary magazines as well as in Hungarian Radio's Literary Department present. Jewish, Are You? He committed suicide in the same city in His writing explores the spaces between poetry and the essay, fiction and history, biography and autobiography. He asks readers to travel in their own language and to hear hidden associations which create unexpected ways of relating to things and people.
Her research has engaged with the politics, poetics, and economics of violence, loss, and transgression. Her book, from Stanford University Press, Lyrical Movements, Historical Hauntings: Gender, Colonialism and Desire in Miraji's Urdu Poetry focusing on a renegade writer, Miraji, reads gender and sexuality in twentieth century Urdu poetic movements that emerge out of the lyric of loss. She has translated widely from from prose and poetry composed in Sanskrit, Urdu, Hindi, Braj and Awadhi. Her current project Insuring Selves, Assuring a Future: The Poetics of Finance manuscript in progress on insurance, pensions, transnational capital, rights and state formations from in South Asia, works through gender to grapple with the liaisons between capital, subjectivity and loss.
His highly influential work both encompassed and veiled political critique, Eastern and Western spirituality, occultism, literary tradition, and mordant oneiric ironies. His work, which explores the application of Buddhist or Zen teachings in everyday contexts, has been translated into French, German, Korean and Chinese. His homepage can be found here. His memoir, In Search of Hiroshi , was published in Now retired, he lives in Baltimore, Maryland with his wife Sabine.
Her research interest covers British and American fiction, women's literature, multiethnic American literature and feminism. His friendship with Boris Pasternak attracted the attention of Soviet authorities and he was expelled from the Gorky Institute of Literature in for "composing a book of oppositional poems undermining the basic methods of socialist realism" not published until Having previously written in his native Chuvash, he began to write poetry in Russian in following Pasternak's suggestion.
For the following ten years he worked in Moscow's Mayakovsky Museum and occupied himself with translating world poetry into Chuvash, including the anthologies Poets of France , Poets of Hungary , and Poets of Poland. His own first book did not appear in Russia until Perestroika in , though his work had been well-received abroad since the 60s. She lives in Brooklyn, NY. He has published numerous books of poetry in Hungarian.
He lives in London. At Leeds he studied with Martin Bell, who encouraged Szirtes as he began to develop his poetic themes: an engaging mix of British individualism and European fluency in myth, fairy tale, and legend. Szirtes's attention to shape and sound, cultivated through his background in visual art and his bilingual upbringing, quickly led to his successful embrace of formal verse. In an essay in Poetry magazine defending form, Szirtes argues that "rhyme can be unexpected salvation, the paper nurse that somehow, against all the odds, helps us stick the world together while all the time drawing attention to its own fabricated nature.
Bridge Passages was shortlisted for the Whitbread Poetry Prize. Reel won the T. Not surprisingly, Vulturescu was born, and lives, in the north of Romania—the province of Satu Mare, where he works for the cultural administration. He is similar to Akhmatova and Mandelshtam, in that his images are meant to literally represent his meaning, in contrast with symbolist poetry Blok or Bely in which meaning is separated from reality and interpreted through a symbol.
He moved to a more nihilistic, European style toward the end of his life. His short story 'Sightings of Bono' was adapted into a short film featuring Bono U2. The play was remounted in in the theater Xavier Villaurrutia. He has also written for television, including the comedic series Topsy Turvy , Taxi Station , and Sweepings. In addition to writing poems in Italian, Pascoli also composed in Latin and won a number of international awards for his classical verse.
He is more like Frost in his particular combination of lyrical transcendence and dark sensibility, and for the fact that every Italian school kid memorizes his terrifically musical poems. And like Pound, he modernized the Italian language for contemporary poetry, revolutionizing classical standards that poets upheld into the nineteenth century through a new use of dialect and natural speech.
He was the author of numerous books of poetry, including his famous Myricae and Canti di Castelvecchio , from which most of these translations have been culled. Pascoli died in Tavares has no right to be writing so well at the age of One feels like punching him. Ellen Jones edits the Criticism section of Asymptote. She is currently researching literary multilingualism in contemporary English and Spanish fiction at Queen Mary University of London.
She holds an M. She works as a cultural critic and translator, and is now finishing her first novel. She lives in London. Since he has lived in Copenhagen. He has published nine volumes of poetry and two collections of short prose pieces in Poland; three books of poetry, a book of poetic prose, and an experimental novel translations in Denmark; and selected poems in Bosnia-Herzegovina. He has also published a selection of plays. The subjects that are closest to his heart are the Algerian cultural identity and memory as they are being mestizoed and woven between Orient and Occident, especially under the impact of the experiences of exile and migration.
He was born in Shiraz, Iran, in the early 14th century. His ghazals excel both in musicality as well as in intricate wordplay. Because of both its incredible style as well as its deft philosophical treatment of such themes as death, love, and divine worship, his verse has had a lasting and pervasive influence on Persian language and culture. An accomplished mandolin player, Hagiwara was the author of six books of poetry, as well as collections of essays and aphorisms. When he was fifteen he passed the entrance exam to the prestigious Beijing University, and at twenty, he started teaching philosophy and art theory at China University of Political Science and Law.
Between and , he wrote about poems and several epics. He committed suicide in March by lying on a railroad track at Beijing Shanhaiguan. Born in Vietnam and raised in Wisconsin, he currently lives in Gainesville, Florida. He received his medical degree in Following his graduation, he spent many years working in Europe and the Far East. His expertise is in cancer genetics. Turuncu Orange-colored , his latest and sixth volume of poetry came out in His poetry attests to the possibility of a lyrical experience in a world where all sorts of "cancers" threaten the world and living beings.
He was born in Singapore and can trace his ancestry to Wenchang province in Hainan. He began writing xiangsheng sketches in the s, and in the eighties moved on to full-length and short plays. He has published three volumes of xiangsheng and a collection of plays for the stage. He became resident playwright of the Cameri Theater in Tel Aviv and also worked with Habimah, Israel's national theater.
Levin wrote fifty plays, thirty-four of which habe been staged. His work includes comedies, tragedies, and satiric cabarets, most of which he directed himself. In addition, he published five books of short stories and poems, and a book for children. He received numerous theater awards both in Israel and abroad—most notably at the Edinburgh Festival—and his plays have been staged around the world.
Levin was awarded the Bialik Prize in His work has been translated into forty-two languages. The most recent of his many honors is the Franz Kafka Prize. Daoud studied Arabic literature at university and worked as a reporter throughout Lebanon's civil war. He is the editor of the 'Nawafidh' cultural supplement of the Beirut daily al-Mustaqbal and the author of two volumes of short stories and eight novels, four of which have already appeared in English translation.
He is widely respected throughout the Arab world, and his work Sunsets was longlisted for the Arabic Booker Prize. She lives in Buenos Aires. Her first book, Niederungen , written in , was banned by the censors. Continued political persecution drove her to emigrate to Germany in , and since then she has published a number of books of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction.
All her writing reflects her experience of political oppression and exile, exploring their effects on the individual. La pudeur ou l'impudeur , Guibert's only film, follows the last months of his life in plenary detail. His posthumously published journals, The Mausoleum of Lovers , are among his most esteemed works. Since she has lived in Rotterdam. Her first collection of poems, Tussen gebaren en woorden Between Gestures and Words was published in ; since that time she has published thirteen more collections of poetry. Roland Holst prize.
Since the Great East Japan Earthquake of , he has also written and performed dramatic monologues throughout Japan, and in August , he was joined by translator Motoyuki Shibata and other writers for a two-day 'summer school' on literature held in his hometown, Koriyama. She was a renowned novelist, short story writer, poet, playwright and diarist, and the subcontinent's first woman pilot. The subject of several critical studies, she is now recognised as a leading name in 20th century Urdu literature.
A prolific writer whose work spans many different genres, including poetry, fiction, drama and newspaper columns, her eccentric personality — she claimed she would go to a planet called Marduk in her afterlife — attracted more public attention than her work. She died in , and while she had already received some public recognition, many of her important books were already out-of-print by then.
Her popularity has grown since then, and all of her books have been published in new editions. Some of her work has also been translated into Italian, French, Spanish and German. He started writing poetry in , later publishing Japanese Futurist poetry and manifestos in numerous coterie journals from to A tuberculosis patient, he often failed to make ends meet for his common-law wife and child, passing away on July 20, He was twenty-nine years old.
Authors he has translated from the Chinese include virtually all major contemporary novelists. Yan Jun is a Gansu-born, Beijing-based performance poet, writer, and self-professed "improviser and sound hypnotizer," who curates the monthly music events at the Beijing contemporary art centre UCCA and is one of the principal organizers of Mini Midi , China's annual experimental music festival. During the s as a major contributor to the influential Literature Quarterly, Huang was hailed as a representative of hsiang-t'u wen-hsueh, the "nativist literature movement" that focused on the lives of rural Taiwanese people.
In more recent works he has turned his attention to urban culture and life in Taiwan's growing cities. A new collection will be forthcoming soon. Two years in a row he has been invited to perform at the Murbid Poetry Festival in Basra, a gathering of the who's who of Iraqi poets. Since , he has worked as a freelance journalist, writing for the online paper Modern Discussion , a media outlet that publicizes important dialogues about secularism and human rights.
He grew up in the city of Chernovtsy Ukraine. In his writing and dissident activities led to KGB pressure to emigrate. Since his writing has appeared regularly in leading Russian literary magazines. Igor Pomerantsev lives in Prague. Petersburg Military University, which he left in order to pursue his career as a writer.
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He was as a result sentenced to a period of hard labour in the Taiga, working on what was literally a road to nowhere. He regained his liberty in the chaos accompanying the fall of the Soviet Union. His work has won numerous awards and is marked by a simplicity of diction and an emotional honesty. She has degrees in philosophy and has also worked in journalism and films. Her tenth collection, Urcarea Muntelui Climbing the mountain , was heavily censored on its first appearance in , and reappeared in its full form only after the change of regime.
A courageous critic of the former political masters of her country, she has also been forthright in her responses to the new order. Her innovative and often radical body of work—including short stories, poems, radio plays, dialogues, aphorisms, essays, prose poems and one novel—has been awarded more than twenty prizes, including the Georg Trakl Prize , the Franz Kafka Prize , the Austrian State Prize , and the Joseph Breitenbach Prize together with W.
Sebald and Markus Werner, They are among the most widely read and quoted books in the Russian language. Prior to that, Ilf wrote hundreds of short stories, essays, editorials, and war dispatches. He wrote those early pieces without Petrov, and they remain mostly obscure and untranslated.
Ilf was born in Odessa in and died in At age fifteen he was deported to Auschwitz, then Buchenwald, and finally to a subcamp at Zeitz, to labor in a factory where Nazi scientists were trying to convert coal into motor fuel. Upon liberation in he worked as a journalist before being fired for not adhering to the Communist party doctrine. After a brief service in the Hungarian Army, he devoted himself to writing, although as a dissident he was forced to live under Spartan circumstances.
Nonetheless he stayed in Hungary after the failed uprising, continuing to write plays and fiction in near—anonymity and supporting himself by translating from the German writers such as Joseph Roth, Freud, Nietzsche, and Wittgenstein. He remained little—known until , when he published his first book, Fatelesseness , a novel about a teenage boy sent to a concentration camp. It became the first book of a trilogy that eventually included The Failure and Kaddish for an Unborn Child.
He lives in Budapest and Berlin. She lives in Vilnius. Three of her novels have been translated into English, and two into Dutch. Ingrid Winterbach is both a writer and a visual artist. She is married to the painter Andries Gouws, lives in Durban and has two daughters. Since his articles, translations and short stories have appeared regularly in leading Romanian magazines and literary anthologies. In the same year, he moved to Berlin to pursue his literary interests and to study at the European College of Liberal Arts.
He now lives in Bucharest, but spends most of his time travelling and working on his first novel. Nemirovksy died in Auschwitz in During the s, he wrote poetry, literary criticism, and short fiction in Spanish. Here he reinvented himself as an Italian writer, producing a steady stream of poetry, fiction, drama, and criticism in Italian.
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He was also a prolific translator from English, French, and Spanish. His only book to be translated into English is The Temple of Iconoclasts La sinagoga degli iconoclasti , ; Venuti's translation published by David R. Godine, Other translations have appeared in such periodicals as World Literature Today , Words Without Borders , and Unsplendid , where her experimental translation of Giacomo Leopardi's "A se stesso" was published in He holds a Ph.
His first collection was called Alt under kontroll Everything Under Control , although it clearly isn't. Since , she has been a regular contributor to the popular Slovak daily, SME. He has worked as a researcher and photographer for organizations including the United Nations and the International Crisis Group, for which he is currently the Sudan Senior Analyst. This chapter pays tribute to his late father.
In his life time he published a book of poetry, Flugur Flies in , as well as several other plays, poems and short stories in various journals and periodicals. He studied literature and philosophy in the capital and fled, first to France, then to Belgium, with his first wife, after the German annexation of Austria in Arrested for distributing anti-Nazi leaflets, he was deported to Auschwitz in Upon his return to Belgium, he learned of his first wife's death from a heart ailment. He supported himself as a journalist for the Swiss-German press before publishing his writings on Auschwitz, At the Mind's Limits , in Several other books followed, including the philosophical essay "On Suicide" and the novel Charles Bovary.
Louis where she is currently a junior writer-in-residence. She is from Vermont. At first neglected because of the strong erotic themes of his poems, Schade was for more than fifty years a prominent figure in the Copenhagen literary world and brown-bar life, together with his "muses" — the many girls he loved. He received the Seoul City Literary Award in Born in Taoyuan, Taiwan, in , Jing was educated at Chang Geng University, where he earned a general doctor's degree.
In , he passed his exams to qualify as a psychiatrist and started practicing in a hospital in Taipei. In , he began posting his first poems on BBS. By the time he set up his blog, "The Thief Who Steals From Jing Xianghai," in , he had already acquired a loyal following as a result of his well-received debut collection, A Wanted Man , which came out in Celebrated by the poetry reading masses these exist in Taiwan , Jing has been included in the annual anthology The Best Taiwanese Poetry almost every year since and is easily the best-selling as well as most acclaimed Taiwanese poet of his generation.
They co-represented Ireland at the 51st Venice Biennale in and have exhibited extensively both in Ireland and internationally. His short story collection, Alaskan , edited in part by J. Salinger, received a gold medal in the eLit Book Awards as the best short story collection in the nation.
His stories, poems, interviews and essays appear in over periodicals. Learn more about the author at his website. Born in Des Moines in , Taylor has lived in France since He is the author of three novels and six plays. His second novel, Montecore published by Knopf in , won several literary awards, including the Swedish Radio Award for best novel of the year. In Invasion! Khemiri's work have been translated into more than fifteen languages and his plays have been performed by over 40 international companies.
She investigates issues of ethnic and nationalistic identity along with current and past ideologies among the youth in the Basque Autonomous Community in Spain. She is also interested in contact-induced phenomena and how language policies may affect the use and acquisition of minority languages such as Basque. Julia Sanches is assistant editor at Asymptote.
Brazilian by birth. She was runner-up in MPT's poetry translation competition, winner of the SAND translation competition, and has translated work from the Spanish that has been published in Suelta. She works as a freelance translator, a private teacher of English and Portuguese, and a reader for Random House Mondadori. She is currently learning her sixth language and living in her sixth country. She graduated in Classical Philology from the University of Barcelona and got her Master in Translation studies from the Pompeu Fabra University , where she is now doing her PhD focused on the reception of classical myths in Catalan literature.
She obtained her B. She is currently a PhD student at the University of Edinburgh. The thesis employs spatial theories drawn from Henri Lefebvre and Merleau-Ponty for studying the re-creation of 'lived space' in the works of three Romantic poets: William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Joanna Baillie. Her translation of the short story "People are strange" by Christos Ikonomou will appear in the first translation issue of The Stinging Fly. Her interests include children's literature and poetry.
Yardenne Greenspan is a fiction writer and translator, born in Tel Aviv to a bilingual family. She serves as an English-language manuscript reader for the Israeli publishing house Kinneret Zmora Bitan. Sayuri Okamoto is an independent curator and translator. She holds M. Agata A.
And, there's no better way to do that than through all the literatures of the world. Now, she works as an editor and a publisher at a publishing house in her city. Casiana Ionita is a translator and consultant. Bojana Gajski was born in Serbia in She is an English teacher and a literary translator.
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So far she has translated eight novels and numerous short stories and she's worked as a primary and secondary school teacher for twelve years. Also, she feels really weird writing about herself like this. Julia Sherwood was born and grew up in Bratislava, then Czechoslovakia. After studying English and Slavonic languages and literature at universities in Cologne, London Czech and Slovak literature and Munich she settled in the UK, where she spent more than 20 years working for Amnesty International. She travelled widely in Eastern and Central Europe and the former USSR following the changes in , deepening her knowledge of the languages and literatures of the region.
Since moving to the US in she has worked as a freelance translator from English, Czech, Slovak, German, Polish and Russian into Slovak and English, and administers the Facebook group Slovak Literature in English translation which includes information on translations of Czech literature. Beatriz Leal Riesco is a critic of contemporary art and film, a freelance writer and lecturer focusing on world cinema, and an independent film curator.
Mariya Voynova was born in Lviv, Ukraine in She she's got a master's degree in Computer Science and has been working in the Information Technologies since. Besides that she studied psychology and photography and she is a member of Ukrainian Photographic Alternative group and co-founder of "4in1" group.
She moved to the United States from Ukraine in , though staying an active member of local cultural life. She has participated in many exhibitions in Ukraine as well as one in Stockholm. Mariya has started studying Swedish recently.
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He lives in Barcelona, Spain. He has received numerous awards for his poetry and translations, including grants from the French Ministry of Culture and the Civitella Ranieri Foundation. He is considered an expert in Latin American colonial literature, especially in El Inca Garcilaso de la Vega , and a prominent member of the Peruvian s literary generation.
In he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.
She is the author of five volumes of poetry, and she has won two prestigious Swiss literary awards: the Ramuz Prize for Errer mortelle and the Schiller Prize for Hangars. She works as an editor and scholar at the Centre de Recherches sur les Lettres Romandes at the University of Lausanne. She is the author of five volumes of poetry and has won two prestigious Swiss literary awards: the Ramuz Prize for Errer mortelle and the Schiller Prize for Hangars. She made her literary debut in with the novel Stigninger og fald Rise and Fall , which was nominated for the Nordic Council Literature Prize.
A year later, Klougart was awarded the Danish Crown Prince Couple's Stardust Prize, the committee calling her "one of the most important writers, not just of her generation, but of her time. After the military coup of , he remained in exile in Europe, denouncing human rights abuses, which by August of that year involved the personal loss of his son, Marcelo, and his pregnant daughter-in-law, who were "disappeared" during the military dictatorship. Recipient of numerous prizes including the prestigious Premio Cervantes, Gelman is considered to be one of Latin America's foremost poets.
Having worked as a journalist and a translator in Argentina, Spain, France, and Italy, he is presently living in Mexico City. She graduated from Vilnius University in and spent most of her life in Vilnius. She published over twenty books of poetry as well as translations, books for children, and plays. She worked as an editor for several leading literary journals in Lithuania. Her poetry has been translated into several languages, including English, German, and Russian.
Her work has garnered numerous prizes, including the Lithuanian Writers' Union Prize in and the national award of the Gediminas Cross in Acapulco, is a Mexican poet, essayist, short story writer, and novelist, as well as the frontman of the rock band Madrastras. His work has been translated into various languages, including German, French, Portuguese, and Catalan.
He lives in Brooklyn, New York and online here. He was killed in Sarajevo at the age of 24 in August by sniper fire only three months before the Dayton Peace Accords brought an end to the fighting. Her poems have been translated into French and Italian. She is currently working on her next collection for HarperCollins, an account of the Mahabharata war in 18 voices.
Guldager's fiction has a characteristic simplicity and clarity, and her novels, various collections of poetry and short stories have earned her much critical acclaim as 'one of the most original voices of contemporary Danish fiction. Guldager's works have been translated into Swedish, Norwegian, and German. He is from Sacramento, California, and is not Lebanese or Mexican. After time at the Ibero-American Institute in Berlin he decided to immigrate.
For his visa, he opened up Redwood, a cocktail bar in Berlin's Mitte district. She lives in Seoul and teaches creative writing at the Seoul Institute of the Arts. Action Books, , and Princess Abandoned Tinfish, In his poetry Kim focuses on human physicality and the relationship between the body and the violence inflicted upon it. He believes that fear and compulsion are integral parts of the human body. Because of this, Kim has been described as "an observer of minute and microscopic details.
He is the recipient of the Kim Soo-young, Hyundai, and Midang literary awards, among others. He has written and translated over 10 books of poetry, essays, and plays. His work is heavily anthologized in Korea. He has been the recipient of many prestigious awards. In his poem "The Pattern Of The Knee" won the Writers' Pick for best poem of the year, an award judged by peers in the field of poetry. Kim Kyung Ju lives in Seoul. Action Books plans to publish a forthcoming English translation of her poems. She participates courtesy of the Literature Translation Institute of Korea.
She is currently working as a columnist for a Busan newspaper and as host of a poetry-themed radio program. He is revered in Japan where he has been awarded major literary honors including the Rekitei Prize for Young Poets and the prestigious Takami Jun Prize. His inspired work as a writer, editor, performer, organizer, and critic has altered the landscape of contemporary Japanese literature. Nomura's work is iconoclastic—at once playful and heady, saturated by his interest in philosophy, Japanese shamanism, music and art.
He has published over 30 works of poetry and fiction. He is the author of several essay collections about literature and culture, and he has a new book coming out this fall about representations of the war in Afghanistan in Danish literature and art. He is a writer, musician, and poet who has a rare mix of both cult and mass appeal. He started playing music in high school under the stage name Machizo Machida, and he made his vocalist debut in the punk band INU, which won acclaim for their first album Meshi Kuuna!
Machida currently lives in Atami, Shizuoka, with seven cats. He is a world-famous figure, and has published more than volumes of poetry and other writings, including the monumental, volume Maninbo Ten Thousand Lives series. His work has been translated into every major language. A new edition of his Zen poems What? A full selection of his poems, Songs for Tomorrow , was published by Green Integer late in His Himalaya Poems are to be published soon by Green Integer. Click here for his website. Born in Tainan in when the country was under Japanese rule, Kou received his education in Japanese.
While many Taiwanese writers who wrote in Japanese made their literary debut during WWII, Kou began writing in Japanese only after the war ended, at the age of His output includes haiku, tanka, modern poetry, novels, and criticism, but these works have remained unpublished for decades ever since public use of Japanese was forbidden in Taiwan in In , Kou founded the Taipei Haiku Association and started publishing private editions of his works, despite censorship under the Nationalist Party's rule. Since the publication of her first collection of short stories in , she has been listed among the best contemporary writers of Central Europe, and much of her poetry has been widely translated.
She was recently awarded the Laureate Prize, one of the highest recognitions in Hungarian literature. Her poems have strong connections with Hungarian and other European poetic traditions she translates French poetry. Her debut novel, Amba , is a national bestseller and was published in English under the title The Question of Red. Consider the case of Bakunin, whose life as a wandering person in exile was not untypical among the organisers of secret societies. Having absorbed much of the living history of these societies, he in turn inspired groups in Spain, Italy, and Russia that followed his example for many years to come.
In this way, Bakunin was part of a chain that linked practices rather than organisations. All in all, secrecy would seem to be the only common denominator discernible among secret societies, yet even this is not a simple matter. Organisations may hide their aims, their rules, their rites, their members, a combination of this, or their very existence.
They can do so under external pressure or following their own free will. And this can change over time, or at any rate be perceived in a different light by changing observers, for the definition of secrecy itself was in constant flux in much of Europe since the waning of the Middle Ages. In this confusing context, it helps to distinguish between two different modes of secrecy in associations. Minority groups anywhere often are or have been involuntarily clandestine for some time.
They were in many ways still-clandestine forerunners of the modern political parties, but also symbols of national independence and unity over much of Europe. On the contrary, it was supposed to continue for a considerable time after the insurrectional moment. With the extension of the right to vote, the improvement of education and the growth and acceptance of open associations, secret societies became less attractive to the radical liberals and socialists who had been their most ardent organisers.
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