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Attention and Man
Ilya Bernstein
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Attention and Man

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Ilya Bernstein, born in Moscow, is a poet and translator, living in the nether-reaches of northern Manhattan. He is the translator of books by Italian architectural theorist Remo Guidieri, including Argonautics, and has also translated poetry and children's stories by Daniil Kharms. In Attention And Man, Bernstein's first book of poems, he engages the reader with humorous ...more
Paperback, 49 pages
Published December 1st 2003 by Ugly Duckling Presse (first published January 2003)
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Laura Leidner
May 17, 2014 rated it liked it
There were things I loved about this book: the poems "The Idea of Thought" and "The Mystery of Voluntariness"; the stanza "Sweetest of all things / Is probably sleep / but after sleep comes / the smell of jasmine".
And there were things I did not love about this book.
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