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This internationally famous poem, considered to have exerted a wide influence on modern poetry, was first introduced to English-language readers in the. SAINT-JOHN PERSE’S ANABASE. Anyone who would undertake to analyze a poem such as Saint. John Perse’s Anabase1 is faced with a multitude of problems. This internationally famous poem by the Nobel laureate was introduced to English-language readers in this translation by T. S. Eliot. In this definitive e.

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Translator Harcourt, Brace and Company, Gift inscription on front free endpaper. If you have, I wouldn’t recommend it. Want to Read saving…. Pakistan is once again at a critical juncture of political transition. Every point of seeing becomes felt both intellectually and in the spirit.

Anabasis : a poem by St.-J. Perse translated by T. S. Eliot

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. I was intrigued enough by annabasis author, and this poem in particular, to go digging for whatever I could find about his compositional techniques. ONE has to look harder and harder to discern the economic message and direction of the government.

Find Rare Books Book Value. Grey cloth with gilt spine lettering, dust jacket.

By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Giving representative quotations of this work for the sake of a review is difficult, as ANABASIS is a ceaseless flow of images in prose poem form, and though the details are fine and innumerable, it is the whole overwhelming effect that makes this such a special work.

Just my opinion, I’m sure some will disagree. Internationally famous, my ass. Dust jacket has tears to edges, pieces missing from the edges, in a protective cover. In this definitive edition, French and English texts appear on facing pages. Inhe was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Dear reader, please upgrade to the latest version of IE to have a better reading experience.

Catalog Record: Anabasis; a poem by St.-John Perse [pseud.] | Hathi Trust Digital Library

References to religious rites abound, but they serve merely as ethnographic colour, for the universal traits of Mankind through the ages that Perse depicts include propitiation of deities and often bloody sacrifice, even if Perse himself is a sceptical modernist. I begin to hear a faintly irritating hum in my ear.

Needless to say, I exaggerate, and speak in anger, to console myself that an idol once held dear has fallen from my hands and the broken fragments reveal nothing but ordinary clay that had formed a body which I now perceive had been empty inside.

But that’s why we don’t just read poetry, we teach it too.

Paperbackpages. Published October 21st by Mariner Books first published Foundation of the city. Revised, corrected edition translated by Eliot. He declined persf teaching position at Harvard University. Jacket mildly edgeworn and age toned, with couple small edge chips. He was in some financial difficulty as an exile in Washington until Archibald MacLeishthe director of the Library of Congress and himself a poet, raised enough private donations to enable the library to employ him until his official retirement from the French civil service in I just don’t consider lack of memorableness on the line level a virtue in poetry.

Persf by Saint-John Perse. Better World Books Condition: Dear reader, online ads enable us to deliver the journalism you value. I will give this a try and report back. Nobel Prize in Literature I want to read this book personally. With salt I shall revive the dead mouths of desire! May 12, H Lamar rated it it was amazing.

Refresh and try again. I never see them advancing or retreating, let alone in a manner that shows them to possess majesty. Reconsidering my criticism of Perse and Bonnefoy, a pang of regret sends me back to their books to see if rereading an old favourite might not restore my old enthusiasm for their work.