大海停止之處

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Bloodaxe Books, Jan 1, 1999 - Poetry - 191 pages
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Before and since his enforced exile, Yang Lian has been one of the most innovative and influential poets in China. Unlike his contemporaries from the heady days of the Beijing Spring in the late 1970s - most of whom have either retreated into a very private poetry or stopped writing altogether - Yang Lian has gone on to forge a complex poetry whose themes are the search for a Yeatsian mature wisdom, the accommodation of modernity within the ancient and book-haunted Chinese tradition, and a rapprochement between the literatures of East and West.

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Yang Lian is rightly one at the forefront of modern Chinese poetry, and the collected works in this edition demonstrate this. A daring Modernist, in Where the Sea Stands Still the themes of a search ... Read full review

Contents

DARKNESSES
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Spring or a rivers pain in your love
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Dreams or each rivers third bank
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Yang Lian is the author of numerous collections of prose and poetry, including the epic poem "Nuorilang." Hilary Chung, PhD, is an associate dean of arts at the University of Auckland, a professor of Chinese, and a board member of the New Zealand Electronic Poetry Center. Jacob Edmond is a professor of comptemporary modern poetry at the University of Otago–Dunedin.

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