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My Loved Japan (eBook)

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Produs publicat in 2013 la eLiteratura
Data aparitiei: Iunie 2013
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ISBN EPUB: 978-606-8452-23-4
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Aceasta carte este in limba engleza.

«In My Loved Japan, [...] the Romanian poet Clelia Ifrim offers a very fine imaginative response to the tragedy that overtook northeast Japan earlier this year.

As far as I know the writer has never visited Japan, though she has long connections with it through haiku, and haiku poets.

“A river of tears — to whom belongs this silence after the earthquake?”; “Not a voice or sound but this moon path

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Aceasta carte este in limba engleza.

«In My Loved Japan, [...] the Romanian poet Clelia Ifrim offers a very fine imaginative response to the tragedy that overtook northeast Japan earlier this year.

As far as I know the writer has never visited Japan, though she has long connections with it through haiku, and haiku poets.

“A river of tears — to whom belongs this silence after the earthquake?”; “Not a voice or sound but this moon path on the waves — fishermen's village”;

“Hobby horse sinking in the depth of the ocean to make its farewell.”»

From David Burleigh, Best Books of 2011: Close-up on a People’s Disaster, in Japan Times, at http://www.japantimes.co.jp/text/fb20111225a5.html.

Clelia Ifrim, a poet specializing in Haiku and Haibun, has published several books and is the holder of many prizes, such as: Special Prize, Itoen new haiku, Tokyo, 1994; a nomination for the best Romanian play of 1994; a Jury’s Prize, Itoen new haiku, 2000; and the First Prize of the ‘KO’ magazine, Nagoya, 2008. Two of her poems were selected by JAXA – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency – to be stored on the space module KIBO (Hope) in the International Space Station.

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