What'll we do with this life?: selected poems by Karl Krolow, 1950-1990
Karl Krolow has had a rich and varied career as a prose writer, essayist, and translator. This work aims to be as representative as possible of the four major decades of his life as a poet.
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abundance of subject air's anymore become birds blue body breath carnation cold colors comes Contemporary German Poetry dark dead deadly death distances dust E. E. Cummings earlier Eich's Ernst Stadler Eugen Gomringer everything everything's everywhere example eyes fall asleep feel finds flesh forget freeze French Georg Trakl Gottfried Benn Grass hair grow hand Heinz Piontek Italo Calvino Jean Follain Karl Krolow key words Krolow maintains Krolow talks Krolow's poems laconic laconicism landscape poem Langgasser language leaves light literary living Loerke Loerke's lonely look love poem Lyric and Landscape mean Miroslav Holub Nice night notice one's Paul Celan Paul Eluard Peter Huchel piece Piontek poetic political poem process of de-individu question quiet restless sense sentence SHADOW SPOTS silence skin sleep snow Someone Says Yes Spanish Poems stanzas summer There's things translations vis-a-vis W. H. Auden watch What'll winter writing