Eloges Gloire Des Rois Anabase Exil
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Unknown Binding, 213 pages
Published October 1st 1998 by Gallimard French
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I read this many years ago, and I didn’t like it, or better said; I didn’t understand it. But recently, I picked up a rather new translation of the pjece in Persian, Eliot has written about it, plus the explanation of the translator about the poem,… Reading Anabaz again, I found it different and I liked it very much…
با تشکر از دوستی که ترجمه ی سپانلو از "آناباز" را برای من فرستاده که چهار پنج سالی پیش در ایران چاپ و منتشر شده است. مقدمه ی سپانلو بر این شعر بلند، و توضیحاتش در مورد آنچه الیوت در...more
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Très franchement, je n'y comprends déjà pas grand chose en poésie mais là...
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Saint-John Perse, pseudonym for Alexis Saint-Léger Léger, came from an old Bourguignon family which settled in the French Antilles in the seventeenth century and returned to France at the end of the nineteenth century. Perse studied law at Bordeaux and, after private studies in political science, went into the diplomatic service in 1914. There he had a brilliant career. He served first in the Peki...more
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Anabasis Eloges and Other Poems Selected Poems Amers, suivi de Oiseaux et de Poésie Œuvres complètes

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