Alphabet Zen: Poems

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TSAR Publications, Jan 1, 2005 - Poetry - 72 pages
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Rooted in Zen, Taoism, and traditional Chinese poetry, and influenced by modern Western movements such as Surrealism and Expressionism, this poetry collection reflects the author's efforts to transfigure and redeem the drabness of life using the imagination. It reveals the poet's inner state through imagery drawn both from the subconsious and from outer reality, as it illustrates her distinctive observations of life that harmonize orietal thought with a metaphysical sensibility.

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Contents

Alphabet Zen
7
Sketches
22
Target Pistol and Man
35
Closing Time
48
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About the author (2005)

Born and raised in Beijing, China, Bing He moved to Canada in 1992. She has published widely in major journals and newspapers in China and is the special correspondent for Globe Weekly in Canada. Her poetry in English has appeared in several journals and anthologies.

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