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by Yannis Ritsos,Martin McKinsey

  • Author: Yannis Ritsos,Martin McKinsey
  • ISBN: 0932440711
  • ISBN13: 978-0932440716
  • ePub: 1914 kb | FB2: 1557 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Poetry
  • Publisher: Oberlin College Press; Trans. from the Modern Greek edition (May 20, 1995)
  • Pages: 128
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 662
  • Format: lrf mbr lit rtf
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Late into the Night: The Last Poems of Yannis Ritsos, translated by Martin McKinsey, Oberlin College Press, 1995. Prison Poems: The Moonlight Sonata: The Prison Trees and the Women: Farewell, translated by Marjorie Chambers, Goldsmith Press (Newbridge, CO), 2001

Late into the Night: The Last Poems of Yannis Ritsos, translated by Martin McKinsey, Oberlin College Press, 1995. Prison Poems: The Moonlight Sonata: The Prison Trees and the Women: Farewell, translated by Marjorie Chambers, Goldsmith Press (Newbridge, CO), 2001. Yannis Ritsos: A Voice of Reilience and Hope in a World of Turmoil and Suffering: Selected Poems (1938-1989), Hellenic College Press (Brookline, MA), 2001.

The last poems of this 20th-century Greek master are tinged with sadness and loss, but they also, in their candidly poetic reporting of the life and world around him, hum with vitality and an odd note of hope. Ritsos felt defeated in his own health and politics, but as a poet he experienced a surge of creativity that is fascinating to follow in its chronology and exactitude.

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Yannis Ritsos – Poems has been added to your Cart. The poems of his last book, Late in the night (1987-1989), are filled with sadness and the conscience of losses, but the humbly poetic way by which Ritsos restores life and the world around him, preserves a gleam of hope in an ultimate start of creativeness. However, the poet lives the reduction of his health and the downfall of his political ideals grievously.

Late Into the Night: The Last Poems of Yannis Ritsos", trans. Ritsos - Grabstein von Giannis Ritsos bei Monemvasia Giannis Ritsos (griechisch Γιάννης Ρίτσος, ins Deutsche auch mit Jannis, Jiannis, Yannis und Yiannis Ritsos transkribiert; 1. Mai 1909 in Monemvasia; † 11. Martin McKinsey (Oberlin College Press, 1995).

Late Into the Night: The Last Poems of Yannis Ritsos, translated by Martin McKinsey. Prison Poems: The Moonlight Sonata: The Prison Tree and the Women: Farewell, translated by Marjorie Chambers. Yannis Ritsos: A Voice of Resilience and Hope in a World of Turmoil and Suffering: Selected Poems (1938-1989), translated by George Pilitsis.

Late Into the Night: The Last Poems of Yannis Ritsos, trans. Twelve Poems About Cavafy, tr. Paul Merchant (Tavern Books, 2010). Diaries of Exile, Archipelago Books, ISBN 978-1-935744-58-0, (2012). Petrified Time: Poems from Makrónissos, trans. Martin McKinsey and Scott King (Red Dragonfly Press, 2014). Monochords, tr. Paul Merchant (Tavern Books, 2017).

The last poems of this 20th-century Greek master are tinged with sadness and loss, but they also, in their candidly poetic reporting of the life and world around him, hum with vitality and an odd note of hope. Ritsos felt defeated in his own health and politics, but as a poet he experienced a surge of creativity that is fascinating to follow in its chronology and exactitude.
Brightcaster
This collection of late poems by one of the greatest poets
of Greece, along with Cavafy, Elytis and Seferis, is very
interesting. Ritsos wrote with undiminished power into old
age, and these poems are every bit as good as the great
and rightly celebrated poetry from his mid-career. Ritsos
was uniquely visual in his poetry, and every poem is like
a seemingly simple, but at the same time complicated and
mysterious painting. It is a shame this giant never got
the Nobel Prize (he was nominated nine times, to no
avail). He would have deserved it no less than his two
fellow-countrymen, Elytis and Seferis.
JoJoshura
I found this book very moving: Ritsos, who was generally quite prolific and thus non-surprisingly very uneven, writes with great intensity about the anticipation of death and the landscape of home. His writing hand is light, and the beautiful lines seem to be formulated effortlessly, despite the intensity of images. The poems read like a notebook, a diary of a dying man. It's very easy to read, but not very easy to put down.
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