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There's the hand and there's the arid chair / Tomaž Šalamun ; translated from the Slovenian by the author with: Thomas Kane ... [et al.] ; edited by Thomas Kane.

Title
There's the hand and there's the arid chair / Tomaž Šalamun ; translated from the Slovenian by the author with: Thomas Kane ... [et al.] ; edited by Thomas Kane.
Author
Šalamun, Tomaž
Publication
Denver, Colo. : Counterpath Press, 2009.

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Description
viii, 112 p.; 23 cm.
Uniform Title
Poems. Selections. English
Alternative Title
Poems.
Subjects
Genre/Form
  • Poetry
  • poetry.
  • Translations
  • Poésie.
Note
  • Includes index.
Processing Action (note)
  • committed to retain
Contents
Who Is Berkopec (starting p. 3) -- Beauty of Man (starting p. 4) -- Amtrak, New York -- Montreal, January 24, 1974 (starting p. 5) -- The Shirt (starting p. 7) -- Will You Die? (starting p. 8) -- The Body of Giordano Bruno (starting p. 9) -- Flowers (starting p. 11) -- Blossom and Blood (starting p. 12) -- Dark Glasses (starting p. 14) -- (The deer braids the turtle.) (starting p. 15) -- To Swietlicki (starting p. 16) -- Virgil (starting p. 17) -- God's Teethridge (starting p. 18) -- Sardines (starting p. 19) -- The Right of the Elephant's Bone (starting p. 20) -- Better Drunk than Old (starting p. 21) -- Mora (starting p. 22) -- The Suns (starting p. 23) -- Now Karen and Richard's House (starting p. 24) -- If Here (starting p. 27) -- (Creatures roll on) (starting p. 28) -- Green Catastrophe in Trieste, 1910 (starting p. 29) -- Zebras Body (starting p. 30) -- The Detour across Delaware (starting p. 31) -- The Little Plaque Is Formed by Fire and God (starting p. 32) -- The Hanging on the Flagpole (starting p. 33) -- Leonardo's Horse (starting p. 34) -- (You'll be surprised but it isn't so) (starting p. 35) -- The Sword (starting p. 36) -- The Bucolic One (starting p. 37) -- (Who lives in the error that color is culture) (starting p. 38) -- Movements (starting p. 39) -- These Are the Islands (starting p. 41) -- (Mountains, all their life on the spot,) (starting p. 43) -- Nice Hat. Thanks (starting p. 44) -- Frontier (starting p. 45) -- How the Hills (starting p. 46) -- (Eternity is) (starting p. 49) -- A Bathed Newborn (starting p. 50) -- Three Flies (starting p. 51) -- Aci (starting p. 52) -- Black Sun (starting p. 53) -- (You did not snow me in.) (starting p. 55) -- Benito Mussolini Has His Fingers in His Pants (starting p. 56) -- (You are my angel.) (starting p. 57) -- Warning the Sphinx (starting p. 58) -- The Piece of Earwig, Fainted in Amber, Can Plug the Crime Out (starting p. 61) -- New Moon (starting p. 62) -- Sand and Rollerblades (starting p. 63) -- Are More Mysterious than My Rain (starting p. 64) -- Afternoon, at the Table, above the Underworld (starting p. 65) -- Nakedness of the Wall (starting p. 67) -- My Brides Are of Gobelin (starting p. 68) -- I Wouldn't Husk the Concert to Myself Even in My Dreams (starting p. 69) -- Madreperla, Gifted to the Scythians (starting p. 70) -- Mangalia (starting p. 71) -- How Did I Feel on the Queen Mary? (starting p. 73) -- (Woman and death are sisters.) (starting p. 74) -- Tiepolo (starting p. 75) -- Hell Blau (starting p. 76) -- Catalans, Moors (starting p. 77) -- Faith (starting p. 78) -- The Bone (starting p. 79) -- Buy Yourself a Bike, Breton Guy, Buy Yourself a Bike! (starting p. 80) -- Chariot of Fire (starting p. 83) -- Sand and Rollerblades Two (starting p. 84) -- Mandelstam Dixit (starting p. 85) -- Sense of Hearing (starting p. 86) -- Nobody Was Killed by the Blasts in the Night (starting p. 87) -- Washing in Gold (starting p. 88) -- The Body and Sea Level (starting p. 89) -- (The Last Judgment is bluish on the outside and) (starting p. 91) -- Spring Street (starting p. 92) -- Monstrum (Lat.) from the Verb Monstrare (starting p. 93) -- Sun That Heats the Other Sun (starting p. 94) -- Poem (starting p. 96) -- Abraham Abulafia (starting p. 97) -- Memory Tugs the Arm (starting p. 100) -- Sisters (starting p. 101) -- I Ask Myself If Fitzko Knows Cold Too (starting p. 102) -- To Piranesi on My Visit to L.A. (starting p. 103) -- To Reap the Field (starting p. 105) -- 19. Ix. 1982 (starting p. 106) -- Flower (starting p. 108) -- Translator Index (starting p. 111)
ISBN
  • 9781933996127 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • 1933996129 (pbk. : alk. paper)
LCCN
^^2008053278
OCLC
289070728
Owning Institutions
Harvard Library