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From Slovene) Tomaž Šalamun. A Ballad for Metka Krašovec. From Slovene) Tomaž Salamun. Shortlisted for the Los Angeles Times Book Award in 1998.

From Slovene) Tomaž Šalamun. Prague: Twisted Spoon Press, 2001. The Four Questions of Melancholy: Selected Poems, 1965-1995. Fredonia, NY: White Pine Press, 1997. Contributing translator. Pilgrim Among the Shadows: A Memoir.

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Slovenian poet Tomaž Šalamun was one of Europe’s most prominent poets of his generation and was a leader of the Eastern European avant-garde. He studied art history at the University of Ljubljana, where he found poetry suddenly, as a revelation, describing its arrival in a 2004 interview as stones from the sky.

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metka kra‰ovec tomaž šalamun a ballad for metka krašovec translated from the Slovenian by Michael Biggins. twisted spoon press, prague, 2001. Publication of this book has been made possible in part by a grant from the Trubar Foundation, located at the Association of Slovenian Writers, Ljubljana, Slovenia. This book, or parts thereof, may not be.

by Tomaz Salamun, Michael Biggins. ISBN 9788086264127 (978-80-86264-12-7) Softcover, Twisted Spoon Press, 2001. Find signed collectible books: 'A Ballad for Metka Krasovec'. The Journey to Being a Successful Franchisee. ISBN 9781453624791 (978-1-4536-2479-1) Softcover, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2011.

A BALLAD FOR METKA KRASOVEC, originally published in the 1980s by Harcourt, at the mid-point of Salamun's . Tomaz Salamun was born in 1941 in Zagreb, Croatia, and raised in Koper, Slovenia.

A BALLAD FOR METKA KRASOVEC, originally published in the 1980s by Harcourt, at the mid-point of Salamun's career, is considered by the author to be one of his finest works. The volume is characterized by often striking imagery and sexual turmoil. It is the first complete single volume of his to appear in English translation. He has published thirty collections of poetry in his home country and has received many prizes and fellowships at home and in the . including a Fulbright and Pushcart Prize.

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Paris: éditions Est-Ouest Internationales 2001. A Ballad for Metka Krasovec. Poetry The translator is Michael Biggins, who is a Slavic and East European. Tomaz Salamun is perhaps the most popular and prolific poet in Central Europe today. Thanks to the translation of his work he has also been widely acclaimed abroad. To date he has had four collections of selected poetry published in English. ourt, at the mid-point of Salamun's career, is considered by the author to be one of his finest works. The translator is Michael Biggins, who is a Slavic and East European Studies librarian at the University of Washington Libraries in Seattle.

Poetry. Tomaz Salamun is perhaps the most popular and prolific poet in Central Europe today. Thanks to the translation of his work he has also been widely acclaimed abroad. To date he has had four collections of selected poetry published in English. A BALLAD FOR METKA KRASOVEC, originally published in the 1980s by Harcourt, at the mid-point of Salamun's career, is considered by the author to be one of his finest works. The volume is characterized by often striking imagery and sexual turmoil. It is the first complete single volume of his to appear in English translation. The translator is Michael Biggins, who is a Slavic and East European Studies librarian at the University of Washington Libraries in Seattle. SPD also carries Salamun's FOUR QUESTIONS OF MELANCHOLY (White Pine).
A Ballad for Metka Krasovec download epub
Poetry
Author: Tomaz Salamun,Michael Biggins
ISBN: 8086264122
Category: Literature & Fiction
Subcategory: Poetry
Language: English
Publisher: Twisted Spoon Press; 1st edition (April 2, 2001)
Pages: 156 pages