Pantheon in Blackout

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Author House, Jan 3, 2012 - Poetry - 140 pages
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"Compared by literary authorities with Nobel’s and other great writers as Brodsky, Herbert, Milosz, Kancev, Kleist, Artaud, Kundera and Grossman; this is Shpend Sollaku No, a poignant pen that brings sad images and deep feelings, an explosive mix of sarcasm that makes us to live anxiety of reality; he is a writer with a great present and a bright future." Attilio Bertolucci, 1999 "I never read a book so beautiful, but baffling; so imbued with lyricism, but bitter as poison; so truthful that you immediately want to read Holy Scripture again; so present that you regret the past; so pungent that you feel you should wear gloves when flipping the pages." Stelvio Mestrovich Wotnynski, 2010
 

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Contents

S S No and Evolution of a Metaphor Notes about the life and activity of Shpend Sollaku No
1
Simple Advice How to Read Pantheon in Blackout
6
Telegram from the Sepulcher
10
AbyssesVoragini
31
Mare Nostrum
32
Murus Noster
47
Check Up On Homer
66
Barcodes
78
Shpend Sollaku No a Poet Kissed by God Apollo
79
Quotations on the Work of Shpend Sollaku No
129
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"Compared by literary authorities with Nobel's and other great writers as Brodsky, Herbert, Milosz, Kancev, Kleist, Artaud, Kundera and Grossman; this is Shpend Sollaku No a poignant pen that brings sad images and deep feelings, an explosive mix of sarcasm that makes us to live anxiety of reality; he is a writer with a great present and a bright future." (Attilio Bertolucci, 1999) This poetry book, "Pantheon in blackout", is divided into five sections: "Telegram from the Sepulcher", "Mare Nostrum", "Murus Noster", "Check up to Homer", and "Barcodes". Telegram from the Sepulcher" includes poetry from the books The Sphinx, The Reign of Prohibition, and To Applaud Caligula. The author is Shpend Sollaku No a professor, a journalist and, above all, a supreme poet. He was born on April 3, 1957 at Lushnje, Albania, a fertile land of poets and lovers of poetry, and lives in Italy since 1992 as a politic refugee. Noalways fights for the protection of human rights and specifically, having experienced firsthand the horrors of dictatorship, for the rights of emigrants and political exiles. Before speaking of "Pantheon in blackout", it is necessary to mention his other works, such as The Azure Colts, The Balkan Colombia, The Short Century of the Balkans, A Place on Foot to Galilee , published in Italy in Italian, except for The Azure Colts. And more Abysses-Voragini and Barcodes Codici a Barre, published in the U.S. in 2009 and 2010 in Italian and English.

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