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Six Czech Poets

ed. Alexandra Büchler

Six Czech Poets

'Six Czech Poets' is the third volume in the series of bilingual anthologies which brings the work of contemporary poets from Europe and beyond to a wider English-language readership, a series which aims to keep a finger on the 'here and now' of international contemporary poetry.

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Six Basque Poets

ed. Mari Jose Olaziregi

Six Basque Poets

Six Basque Poets is the second volume in a new series of bilingual anthologies which brings the work of contemporary poets from Europe and beyond to a wider English-language readership, a series which aims to keep a finger on the 'here and now' of international contemporary poetry.

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I Dreamed in the Cities at Night

Remco Campert

I Dreamed in the Cities at Night

"You can see from my poems that I'm in the world. There is nothing closed about my work. I invite the world into my poetry." REMCO CAMPERT in De Groene Amsterdammer

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Wolf One-Eye

Juris Kronbergs

Wolf One-Eye

Wolf One-Eye is an extraordinary cycle of poems - magical, mysterious, sinister, funny - about exile, in which the eponymous protagonist finds himself an exile from an ancient mythological landscape in a new realm of quarks and strange universes.

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The Fishermen Sleep

Sabine Lange

The Fishermen Sleep

Sabine Lange has been in print in Germany since 1987 and this, her first full collection, appeared in 1994. Her poetry explores the human - particularly the female - condition in the light of her own experience as archivist, musician and poet, and is set against the backdrop of the beautiful and unspoilt Mecklenburg countryside in which she has spent most of her life.

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To the Silenced: Selected Poems

Georg Trakl

To the Silenced: Selected Poems

A source of inspiration for artists, musicians and writers through the Expressionist period and beyond, Trakl's poetry bleak, yet full of tenderness and hope, nightmarish yet eerily beautiful has steadfastly defied any coherent critical analysis.

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Women and Days

Gabriel Ferrater

Women and Days

The Catalan poet, Gabriel Ferrater (1922-1972) is a poet of personal experience - he once suggested that his poetry had an affinity with Hardy's, a poet he greatly admired - and succeeds like no other poet in capturing the feeling of Catalan society both during and since the Spanish Civil War (1936-39).

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Absurd Athlete

Yannis Kondos

Absurd Athlete

Absurd Athlete, Yannis Kondos' tenth collection of poetry for which he was awarded the coveted State Prize for Poetry in 1998, is a beautifully balanced work - moving, funny, lyrical, ironic, painful - now made available to a wider readership in David Connolly's superb translation.

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Between Nothing and Nothing

Ernst Meister

Between Nothing and Nothing

Ernst Meister has rarely before been translated into English, and yet his is a poetry which deals with the big issues: love, death, freedom, security and the ambiguity of existence.

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The Sublime Song of a Maybe

Arjen Duinker

The Sublime Song of a Maybe

This is a collection full of laughter, exuberance, tenderness and the poet's humanity, brought alive to an English-speaking readership for the first time in Willem Groenewegen's painstaking and sensitive translation.

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