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eBook The Blue Butterfly: Selected Writings 3: Part 1: The Balkan Trilogy (Salt Modern Poets) (v. 3, Pt. 1) ePub

by Richard Berengarten

eBook The Blue Butterfly: Selected Writings 3: Part 1: The Balkan Trilogy (Salt Modern Poets) (v. 3, Pt. 1) ePub
Author: Richard Berengarten
Language: English
ISBN: 1844714586
ISBN13: 978-1844714582
Publisher: Salt Publishing; 2nd Revised edition edition (November 23, 2008)
Pages: 176
Category: Poetry
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 273
Formats: mbr mobi azw txt
ePub file: 1751 kb
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The Blue Butterfly has two points of departure. The first is a Nazi massacre in former Yugoslavia.

FREE shipping on qualifying offers. The Blue Butterfly has two points of departure. The Blue Butterfly is a book against forgetting, against oblivion. - Slobodan Rakitic The Blue Butterfly is a magnificent book.

The Selected Writings, Vol. 3 book. The Selected Writings of Richard Berengarten: The Blue Butterfly: Selected Writings 3: Part 1: The Balkan Trilogy: Selected Writings: Volume 3 (Salt Modern Poets). 1844714586 (ISBN13: 9781844714582).

Richard Berengarten published his first story (under the name of Richard .

As a student, he wrote for Granta and co-founded the Oxbridge magazine Carcanet. He worked in Padua and Venice, briefly as apprentice to the English poet Peter Russell Berengarten's 'Balkan Trilogy': The Blue Butterfly (2006), In . . 5 book. The Selected Writings of Richard Berengarten: Under Balkan Light: Selected Writings 5: Part 3, The Balkan Trilogy: Selected Writings: Volume 5 (Salt Modern Poets). 184471439X (ISBN13: 9781844714391).

Volume 3 of Berengarten's Selected Writings. THE BLUE BUTTERFLY unflinchingly explores both revenge and forgiveness, expanding from the Balkan historical context to the present time

Volume 3 of Berengarten's Selected Writings. On October 21st, 1941, seven thousand men and boys from Kragujevac, a town in central Serbia, were marched out to the nearby hills and gunned down. The poet Richard Berengarten visited the site of this atrocity, on May 25th, 1985. THE BLUE BUTTERFLY unflinchingly explores both revenge and forgiveness, expanding from the Balkan historical context to the present time. The complete book has been a long time in the making.

The Blue Butterfly: Selected Writings v. Richard Berengarten was born in London in 1943, into a family of musicians

The Blue Butterfly: Selected Writings v. 3. Richard Berengarten. Richard Berengarten was born in London in 1943, into a family of musicians. He has lived in Italy, Greece, the USA and Yugoslavia. He deals equally with historical and political material, with inner worlds, and with relationships and everyday life. In the 1970s, he founded and ran the (now almost legendary) international Cambridge Poetry Festival.

Then comes his Balkan Trilogy: In A Time of Drought (2006); The Blue Butterfly (2006), whose . Manual (selected writings VI). 2012. Like Dew Upon the Morning.

Then comes his Balkan Trilogy: In A Time of Drought (2006); The Blue Butterfly (2006), whose departure-point is an encounter with a blue butterfly at the site of a Nazi massacre; and Under Balkan Light (2008). The first of these won the Morava International Poetry Prize and the second, the Jewish Quarterly-Wingate Prize for Poetry and the Serbian Veliki školski čas award. As a student, he wrote for Granta and co-founded the Oxbridge magazine Carcanet.

Under Balkan Light forms the final part of Richard Berengarten's Balkan Trilogy and is published together with the first two parts, The Blue Butterfly and In a Time of Drought. It is also the fifth volume in the Salt series of his Selected Writings. Richard Berengarten used to be known as Richard Burns. With the publication of this book, he now repossesses the family name of his father, the cellist and saxophonist Alexander Berengarten.

Butterfly ( Balkan Trilogy I, 2006) In a period of Drought (2006) (Balkan Trilogy . Richard Berengarten - The Blue Butterfly".

Richard Berengarten - The Blue Butterfly".

The Blue Butterfly has two points of departure. The first is a Nazi massacre in former Yugoslavia. On 21 October 1941, seven thousand men and boys from Kragujevac, a town in central Serbia, were marched out to the nearby hills and gunned down. The poet Richard Berengarten visited the site of this atrocity, on 25 May 1985. As he was queuing to enter the memorial museum, a blue butterfly descended onto the forefinger of his writing hand. This extraordinary and powerful book takes off from these two episodes. The title poem is already famous in former Yugoslavia in the translation by Danilo Kis and Ivan V. Lalic. In Serbia, Berengarten has recently been honoured with the international Morava Prize for Poetry. In the UK, an early unpublished draft of this sequence was awarded the Wingate-Jewish Quarterly Prize in 1992. The Blue Butterfly unflinchingly explores both revenge and forgiveness, expanding from the Balkan historical context to the present time. The complete book has been a long time in the making. Because it examines profound and important issues, because it does not flinch from asking large questions, because it shapes a crafted, vital, living poetry out of suffering and tragedy, and because it insists on hope and pleads for joy, this is a book which has moral implications on many levels. Both passionate and thoughtful, demanding and rewarding, it is European in context and universal in scope and relevance. The Blue Butterfly has received the Great School Lesson Award in Serbia. An early version won the Wingate-Jewish Quarterly Award in the UK. It forms the first part of his Balkan Trilogy and is published together with the other two parts, In a Time of Drought and Under Balkan Light. This edition is also the third volume in the Salt series of his Selected Writings. Richard Berengarten used to be known as Richard Burns. With the publication of this book, he now repossesses the family name of his father, the cellist and saxophonist Alexander Berengarten.
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