Tag Archives: Philippe Soupault

Lost And Found In Translation

Lost And Found In Translation By Pat Nolan “To produce a translation that may be accurate according to the dictionary, but bland and distant from the spirit of the poem because one has either ignored or misunderstood the author’s poetics … Continue reading

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To: The Membership and Interested Parties From: Chinee, Grand Poobah, NBBPS Subject: The Birth Of Modern Poetry One hundred years ago poetry got modern, and all because of the laziness of one poet. That happened when Guillaume Apollinaire picked up … Continue reading

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Wheelbarrow, Chickens, Weather

To: The Membership and Interested Parties From: Chinee, Grand Poobah RE: Wheelbarrow, Chickens, Weather                    A Kodak Moment Let it be said, no truer words in the annals of poetry, that so much depends upon a red wheel barrow glazed with … Continue reading

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