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178 x 280 mm, 236 pp
2015/11
ISBN: 978-962-996-721-5
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Poetry and Conflict (Single-Volume Anthology)
International Poetry Nights in Hong Kong 2015
Edited by Bei Dao, Shelby K. Y. Chan, Gilbert C. F. Fong, Lucas Klein, Christopher Mattison, Chris Song
International Poetry Nights in Hong Kong
The Chinese University Press

Following the convening of IPNHK 2015, Poetry and Conflict presents works by world-acclaimed poets from war-troubled countries in the past such as the United States (Anne Waldman, Peter Cole), Japan (Yoko Tawada, Noriko Mizuta), South Korea (Kim Hyesoon), Macedonia (Nikola Madzirov), Catalonia (Gemma Gorga), Portugal (Fernando Pinto do Amaral), Burma (ko ko thett), Morocco (Mohammed Bennis), China (Wang Xiaoni), Taiwan (Chen Li), Hong Kong (Lau Yee-ching), and those of today such as Israel (Agi Mishol) and Palestine (Ghassan Zaqtan, Najwan Darwish). The collection makes a treasured contemporary poetry anthology in trilingual or bilingual presentation.

Poets include Mohammed Bennis, Lau Yee-ching, Agi Mishol, Les Murray, Anne Waldman, Wang Xiaoni, Ghassan Zaqtan, and others.

Please click target="_blank">here to download the pdf.
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