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Cold Spring in Winter

Valérie Rouzeau

Cold Spring in Winter

These poems, a lament for the poet's dead father in the stammered cadences of an adult and the child she used to be, is strange and compelling, causing a stir when it was first published in 1999. Once familiar with Rouzeau's mixture of baby-talk, slang, puns and coinages, the reader will find this book utterly compelling.

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Pro Eto - That's What

Vladimir Mayakovsky

Pro Eto - That's What

Aggressive, mocking, tender, full of anguish and anger yet also grimly humorous, 'Pro Eto - That's What' is part love poem, part political diatribe and the most autobiographical of Mayakovsky's works. This new translation, complete with the extraordinary photomontages that Alexander Rodchenko created for this work, confirms Mayakovsky, 70 years after his death, as one of the towering figures of Russian literature.

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Defying Fate

Maurice Carème

Defying Fate

Carème is considered to be one of Belgium's master poets, and 'Defying Fate' (published posthumously) is a fascinating introduction to his work. These charming poems are short, often metrical and given to rhyme, and deal with familiar subjects (children, death, God, the troubled mind) that resonate with a shared emotion and aesthetic satisfaction.

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Six Polish Poets

ed. Jacek Dehnel

Six Polish Poets

This anthology is both thought-provoking and full of warmth and humanity, and while it cannot claim to be representative of contemporary Polish poetry as a whole, it nevertheless provides an insight into today's literary scene in Poland.

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At the Edge of Night

Anise Koltz

At the Edge of Night

At the Edge of Night brings to an English readership for the first time the recent work of Anise Koltz, Luxembourg's best-known poet. With their short, unpunctuated lines, powerful language and pulsing with an anger and raw emotion directed both at the poet herself and at the world at large, these poems are 'knife-sharp, clear and dazzling'.

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The Sum Total of Violations

Regina Derieva

The Sum Total of Violations

Regina Derieva is one of Russia's leading poets whose work has been praised by the late Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky and Les Murray among others. Freed of national and cultural boundaries and addressed to an audience linked by a larger vision of human possibilities, her poetry embodies the new internationalism of the post-Soviet era.

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Comus

John Kinsella, John Milton

Comus

Four hundred years after the birth of one of England's greatest poets, John Milton, the outstanding Australian poet John Kinsella has written a contemporary version of Comus, the masque that was commissioned by John, Earl of Bridgwater and performed for him at Ludlow Castle in 1634.

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Midnight and Other Poems

Mourid Barghouti

Midnight and Other Poems

This first UK publication of a full-length bilingual collection by, arguably, Palestine's greatest living poet is a powerful and moving book comprising his long poem 'Midnight' and a series of shorter poems. Hitherto known in the UK only through his autobiography I Saw Ramallah (Bloomsbury, 2004), Barghouti the poet is heard at his best in this collection.

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Guests of Eternity

Larissa Miller

Guests of Eternity

In this selection of poems from the 1960s to the millennium by one of Russia's leading lyrical poets, accounts of the horrors of the Soviet system, of purges and torture and the struggle to grow and mature in a world of suffering alternate with exquisitely-drawn nature poems. Deceptively simple, this is an intense, lyrical and unforgettable collection.

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Wheel

Michael O'Neill

Wheel

"Michael O'Neill's poems often begin by cutting straight to the point. This makes for great vividness and the sense that we are right at the heart of things, allowing the poet to be learned or allusive or private without losing contact with the real. Wheel is a book of sympathy and insight that takes its place in your mind unforgettably." Bernard O'Donoghue

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