Like a Black Bird

Author:   George Szirtes
Publisher:   The Chinese University Press
ISBN:  

9789882370456


Pages:   54
Publication Date:   08 December 2021
Format:   Paperback
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This pocket-sized paperback is one of the twenty-four titles published for 2017?Hong Kong International Poetry Nights. The theme of IPHHK2017?is ?Ancient Enmity?. IPNHK?is one of the most influential international poetry events in Asia. From 22?26 November 2017, over 20 invited poets from various countries will be in Hong Kong to read their works based on the theme ?Ancient Enmity.? Included in the anthology and box set, these unique works are presented with Chinese and English translations in bilingual or trilingual formats.

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Author:   George Szirtes
Publisher:   The Chinese University Press
Imprint:   The Chinese University Press
Dimensions:   Width: 10.80cm , Height: 1.50cm , Length: 17.10cm
Weight:   0.666kg
ISBN:  

9789882370456


ISBN 10:   9882370454
Pages:   54
Publication Date:   08 December 2021
Audience:   Professional and scholarly ,  Professional & Vocational
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active
Availability:   Temporarily unavailable   Availability explained
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George Szirtes was born in Budapest in 1948 and came to England as a refugee with his parents and younger brother following the Hungarian Uprising of 1956. He grew up in London and trained as a painter in Leeds and London. He is the author of some fifteen books of poetry, roughly the same of translation from Hungarian. His first, The Slant Door (1979) was joint winner of the Faber Memorial Prize. In 2004 he won the T.S. Eliot Prize for Reel, and was shortlisted for the prize again in 2009 for The Burning of the Books and for Bad Machine (2013). His translations from Hungarian have won various international prizes such as the Best Translated Book Award in the USA for Laszlo Krasznahorkai's Satantango (2013) which also received the translator's prize in the Man Booker International 2014, and his latest book for children, In the Land of the Giants won the CLPE Prize for best collection of poetry for children, also in 2013. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature in the UK and of the Szecheny Academy of Arts and Letters in Hungary. His latest book of poems is Mapping the Delta (2016).

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