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Requiem

Razmik Davoyan

Requiem

A requiem for all the losses of the living throughout history, seeking to bridge the centuries by echoing another poem created in the tenth century by an Armenian mystic monk, Grikor Narekatsi.

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Until the Lions

Karthika Naïr

Until the Lions

Karthika Nair's epic poem Until the Lions is conceived as an echo of its great Sanskrit forerunner,the Mahabharata. It is an echo in which women drive the narrative and are its main characters, a vivid and compelling retelling from a female perspective of many of the stories from one of the world's most venerated books.

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Paradise Empty: Poems 1983 – 2013

Hugo Mujica

Paradise Empty: Poems 1983 – 2013

Hugo Mujica is one of Argentina's top intellectuals and a leading poet in Spanish. This bilingual edition offers the English-speaking reader for the first time a representative selection of all of his poetry.

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The End of the Trial of Man

Paul Stubbs

The End of the Trial of Man

Using paintings by Francis Bacon as their starting points, these poems delve into baroque realms of psychological and philosophical thought, filling the unknown with urgent possibility.

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Dinner with Fish & Mirrors

Ivana Milankov

Dinner with Fish & Mirrors

Serbia's rich historical and religious history is evident in these poems and there is an untiring effort to reach beyond the sensations of the world around her towards mystical revelation, to communicate the incommunicable.

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Six Armenian Poets

ed. Razmik Davoyan

Six Armenian Poets

An anthology of six Armenian poets, featuring the work of Hrachya Sarukhan, Violet Grigorian, Khachik Manoukyan, Azniv Sahakyan, Anatoli Hovhannisyan and Hasmik Simonyan

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The Icon Maker

Paul Stubbs

The Icon Maker

Resolute atheist, jaded sinner, ecclesiastical man - all are the poet's targets, and in this powerful second collection, we encounter a poet working uncompromisingly with language, hounding it to keep it awake and to take on the unrefined materials of his imagination.

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An Occasional Lean-to

Ian Pople

An Occasional Lean-to

In this new collection, Ian Pople explores the boundaries of religious and linguistic certainty.

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peeled

Subhadassi

peeled

Subhadassi is a practising Buddhist and much of his poetry is imbued with the texture of Buddhism although the poet rarely confronts it head on. There is a compassion, honesty, humour, tenderness and sensuousness about these poems which makes them both eminently readable and strikingly memorable.

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