Poker

Poker

Poetry. Second Edition. POKER is Tomaz Salamun's first book of poetry, originally published in 1966 in Slovenia. This edition, vibrantly translated by award-winning poet Joshua Beckman in collaboration with the author, makes POKER available in its entirety in English. Poker was a finalist for the PEN American prize for poetry in translation. " ...the poetry of Tomaz Salamu Poetry. Second Edition. POKER is Tomaz Salamun's first book of poetry, originally published in 1966 in Slovenia. This edi...

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Title:Poker
Author:Tomaž Šalamun
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Genres:Poetry
ISBN:Poker
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:74 pages pages

Poker Reviews

  • James
    Mar 06, 2008

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • jeff
    Jul 01, 2008

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

  • Greg
    Jan 18, 2009

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

  • Travis
    Jan 06, 2008

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Laurel
    Jul 21, 2007

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Richard
    Mar 12, 2009

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Matvei
    Aug 13, 2007

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Shane
    Aug 02, 2012

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Paul Killebrew
    May 17, 2008

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

  • John
    Feb 09, 2008

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Ben
    May 16, 2008

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Nina Misson
    Mar 18, 2010

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Muumuu House
    Apr 01, 2013

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Jeffrey Wright
    Feb 26, 2009

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

  • Steven Felicelli
    Jul 28, 2017

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Ella
    Jan 15, 2018

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Ben G
    Sep 14, 2015

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

  • Donald Armfield
    Jun 21, 2014

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

  • Nina
    Jun 04, 2013

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Jennifer
    Mar 26, 2017

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Soldo Facile
    Jul 06, 2012

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Dan Mrevlje
    Nov 06, 2012

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Aljaž
    Jan 07, 2013

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Ian
    Sep 30, 2017

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

  • Jana Srdić
    Mar 03, 2015

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • John Schulz
    Dec 16, 2013

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Urh
    Oct 10, 2014

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Tijana
    Nov 11, 2016

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

  • Khaled
    Aug 21, 2016

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...

    These poems have a nice cadence to them, but they are also random as hell. ...

    Simultaneously more straightforward and looser than much of his later work (seems reasonable for a first book by a 22-year old experimentalist), i enjoyed it quite a bit. I admit that reading his stuff of late has gone a long way toward loosening words from out my own head. Strange the...

    I'm reading this (especially the section called "Little Mushrooms") alongside Isaiah Berlin's concept of the ascetic, which he brings up in Two Concepts of Liberty and Roots of Romanticism--the person who, in order to escape the pain of want, teaches herself not to want. "The rule does...

    OK, never having read Salamun is a scholarly oversight on my part. I started with his first collection, and it's a bit like reading Hart Crane - you see the early days of modernism, but devoid of context (in this case, both time and country), it's easy to feel like you're not getting e...

    Wasn't planning on reading this in one sitting but couldn't put it down. The only thing I did not like was the repeating lines. Weird and enjoyable! ...

    Astonishing... a level of freedom (hidden within ad hoc structures) that is exilhirating at times and confounding at others. Only from Eastern Europe! ...

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  • Renée
    Sep 30, 2018

    I don't like reviewing poetry. I don't know why I like some poetry and not other. I know that if I 'get it' and if I don't find what I 'get' to be trite or sounding like it comes from an angry fifteen year old's notebook then I am tempted to like it. Poker appealed to me because it's a...

    [stric Gvido] "neprestano je razmi?ljao o smrti kupovao nam sladoled i svakog dana iznova otkrivao ?ta je bilo izme?u magnolije Brandenburg i Amerika prije dva dana umro je Eliot moj u?itelj" ...

    Stumbled upon this book of out of print translated Slovenian poetry originally published in 1966~ It?s unfortunate that it?s out of print because I really liked a lot of the poems. The writer also went to prison for one of his poems, that?s dedication and it?s sad it?s no lon...