By Alejandra Pizarnik
The 1st full-length assortment in English by way of one in every of Latin America’s most important twentieth-century poets.
Revered through the likes of Octavio Paz and Roberto Bolano, Alejandra Pizarnik remains to be a hidden treasure within the U.S.
Extracting the Stone of insanity: Poems 1962 1972 reveals this amazing poet for English readers in a bilingual variation that spans the heights of Pizarnik s oeuvre. In her short lifestyles, Pizarnik produced an astonishingly strong physique of labor. In her personal phrases, she used to be attracted to the soreness of Baudelaire, the suicide of Nerval, the untimely silence of Rimbaud, the mysterious and fleeting presence of Lautreamont, in addition to to the unheard of depth of Artaud s actual and ethical affliction. keen about subject matters of solitude, formative years, insanity, and loss of life, Pizarnik explores the moving valences of the self and the imprecise border among speech and silence.
This compilation of poems comprises the whole collections of her center to past due paintings, in addition to a variety of posthumously released verse.
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