Sun & Moon Press
, Sep 1, 2000
- 272 pages
"Threadsuns" was composed between September 1965 and June 1967. If "Breathturn"-previously published by Sun & Moon Press-was the opening gambit of Celan's "turn," the entry into the late work, then "Threadsuns," the volume of his poetry that has recevied the least attention, may be said to be not only an extension or continuation of the previous volume, but the full blown realization of Celan's late work.
One of the great poets of the 20th century, Paul Celan is the author of numerous books of poetry, among them "Breathturn" (now published by Green Integer) and "Lightduress," which will be published by Sun & Moon Press in an upcoming season.