De Singes et de Mouches

About the Author: Jacques Dupin

Le jeune Jacques passe son enfance en Ard che, dans un asile psychiatrique dont son p re est le directeur , lev avec les pensionnaires, dont l un notamment donnera son nom un po me, Chapurlat la mort de son p re, il est lev par son grand p re, notaire Lyon C est pour embrasser cette carri re qu il monte Paris faire des tudes de droit tudiant Paris, il consacre une part import


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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • De Singes et de Mouches
  • Jacques Dupin
  • English
  • 19 March 2017
  • 9780978633547

De Singes et de MouchesPoetry Translated From The French By John Taylor In The Field Of Contemporary French Poetry, Jacques Dupin B 1927 Is A Leading Figure In A Remarkable Generation That Also Includes Yves Bonnefoy B 1923 , Philippe Jaccottet B 1925 , Pierre Albert Jourdan 1924 1981 , Andre Du Bouchet 1924 2001 , And Pierre Chappuis B 1930 To Mention Only These Five Poets Whose Poetics And Subject Matter Are Remotely Comparable However, In Contrast To Bonnefoy And Jaccottet Especially, Dupin S Work Has Been Little Available In English A Single Substantial Volume, Selected Poems Wake Forest University Press, 1992 Translated By Paul Auster, Stephen Romer, And David Shapiro , Collects Early Work, But None Of The Poet S Recent Verse Has Appeared In English Speaking Countries Two Pioneering Anthologies Dating Back Some Forty Years, Respectively To 1970 And 1973 The Poems From Gravir To Climb In The Seventh Issue Of Cronopios To Which Six Translators Contributed And The Fits And Starts Selected Poems Of Jacques Dupin Rendered By Auster For The Second Number In The Living Hand Editions Series Provide Access To Dupin S Challenging Oeuvre, Yet Several Of Those Renderings Were Reprinted Sometimes With Revisions In The Aforementioned Selected Poems All Told, These Three Initial Gatherings Have Given A Good Look That Can Now Be Prolonged.

8 thoughts on “De Singes et de Mouches

  1. Paul Stubbs says:

    In 1871 in Charleville when Rimbaud, preparing to decimate two thousand years of poetical tradition , sat down to write his letter of the seer to Paul Demeny, he was about to include, among other demands on the imagination, that the poet of the future would use a language of the soul, for the soul, encompassing everything, scents, sounds, colours thought latching onto thought and pulling The poet would define the amount of the unknown awakening in the universal soul in his own time he would offer than the formulation of his thought A call to poetical arms that, in many ways, has been sought out and consistently answered by the poetry of Jacques Dupin 1927.This book comprises three collections De singes et de mouches Of Flies and Monkeys, 2001 , Les M res Mothers, 2001 and Coudrier Hazel Tree, 2006 , all of which, in truth, are fused of the same semantic world surge, image fusion, language mesh The poetry of Dupin, at its most intense and vaulted pressure of ink and blood, continually uproots us, gnawing at the heart, until we experience them the sudden salmon upsurge of selves, his teeming and punctuated mind flows, the reversed resurrections his flesh zipped up and then unzipped to reveal exposed synt...