Wheel with a Single Spoke

Wheel with a Single Spoke The Poet Comes Into Possession Of An Important, Essential Message, One That Has The Prestige And Mystery Of Eternity Daniel Cristea EnacheFor The First Time In English The Beloved Poems Of Nichita Stanescu, Romania S Most Influential Postwar Poet In His World, Angels And Mysterious Forces Converse With The Everyday And Earthbound While Love And A Quest For Truth Remain Central His Startling Images Cut Deep And His Grappling Making Bold Leaps Is Full Of Humor His Poems Seduce The Reader Away From The Human.Nichita Stanescu 1933 1983 Towers Above Post World War II Romanian Poetry His Poems Are Written In Clear Language While Posing Profound Metaphysical Questions He Was Born In Ploiesti In 1933 And Died In 1983 In Bucharest He Is One Of The Most Acclaimed Contemporary Romanian Language Poets, Winner Of The Herder Prize And Nominated For The Nobel Prize.

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  • Paperback
  • 316 pages
  • Wheel with a Single Spoke
  • Nichita Stănescu
  • English
  • 15 September 2018
  • 1935744151

10 thoughts on “Wheel with a Single Spoke

  1. says:

    What an absolutely astonishing surprise this book was I won it on a Goodreads Giveaway, but it proved itself so worthy that I ve soughtof Stanescu s work he has a wit about him, and also steers his chariot of inquiry directly into the brightest of suns horrible image sorry My favorite part is in the middle, in which he deals directly with one of astronomy s most troubling figures, the ancient influencer Ptolemy He dives into the contradictions of Ptolemaic thought, while also posit What an absolutely astonishing surprise this...

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    Nichita St nescu ni kita st nesku was born Nichita Hristea St nescu on 31st March 1933 in the city of Ploiesti plo je t the county seat of Prahova County in the historical region of Wallachia, Romania, located about 35 miles north of Bucharest His mother Tatiana Cereaciuchin, fled from Russia and in 1931 married Nicolae H St nescu, which was something he commented on several times, stating that he had been given life by a Romanian peasant and a Russian woman Ploiesti was overrun by Naz Nichita St nescu ni kita st nesku was born Nichita Hristea St nescu on 31st March 1933 in the city of Ploiesti plo je t the county seat of Prahova County in the historical region of Wallachia, Romania, located about 35 miles north of Bucharest His mother Tatiana Cereaciuchin, fled from Russia and in 1931 married Nicolae H St nescu, which was something he commented on several times, stating that he had been given life by a Romanian peasant and a Russian woman Ploiesti was overrun by Nazi s during the 2nd world war because of it s oil refinery, which was eventually put out of commission by United States bombers Nichita finished high school in Ploiesti, before moving to Bucharest to study Romanian, linguistics, philosophy, and literature In 1952 he married Magdalena Petrescu, although this was to last only a year and in 1957 he graduated His literary d...

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    Winner of the 2013 Best Translated Book Award

  4. says:

    In the course of his own translations from Serbian, Stanescu created one of the best metaphors for poetry in translation I ve ever encountered the star like cracks in a pane of glass broken by an invisible stone Sean Cotter includes it in his diamond sharp Afterword, along with a reading that sees this not just as an apt description of Stanescu s own poetics, where symbol and metaphor point back to th...

  5. says:

    A friend of mine once did commentary for a literary death match in the language of wine labels a fruity blend of blackberry and barnyard hints of oaky tangerines and smoked chestnuts and so on This worked well because no one forgets irony in literary death matches everyone knows the contest cannot ever really be a contest Unfortunately not the case with the things called contests, and O, do we need some irony in contests This is one though just one of the reasons that Nichita Stanescu s Wh A friend of mine once did commentary for a literary death match in the language of wine labels a fruity blend of blackberry and barnyard hints of oaky tangerines and smoked chestnuts and so on This worked well because no one forgets irony in literary death matches everyone knows the contest cannot ever really be a contest Unfort...

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    I think that the absolute best part about this book is the surprise humor found randomly throughout the poetry Nichita St nescu very obviously had a wonderful sense of humor as well as intelligence Unfortunately, I wasn t much of a fan of his meter and a good deal of the subject matter but there were still several poems that I greatly enjoyed and have shared with ot...

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    I got this this book in a First Reads Giveaway which I was excited about I love how the author deals with such serious things and themes with humour I too think that nothing in life should be taken too seriously I don t usually enjoy poems too much, but this book just got my attention The author comparing himself to a tree was an interesting thing But I didn t wonder that much Trees are for me the symbols of nature, peace, growth and transition of life along with wisdom.An interes I got this this book in a First Reads Giveaway which I was excited about I love how the author deals with such serious things and themes with humour I too think that nothing in life should be taken too seriously I don t usual...

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    A book definitly needing to be re read and perhaps a hard read for some.Stanescu s writing is haunting For those oblivious to the events that lead up to World War II and the all the consequences of that, particularly for those living in the Balcan area it may be somewhat confusing but all thereason to brush up on History, I think Sometimes eerie, provocative, stark, sometimes beautiful, you get a glimpse into a haunted soul I definitly recomend it but pehaps not to the faint of h A book definitly needing to be re read and perhaps a hard read for some.Stanescu s writing is haunting For those oblivious to the events that lead up to World War II and the all the consequences of that, particularly...

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    And if I ache with rivers,rocks, a length of ocean,just enough for everything to be my bed,never enough to fit my thought seternal expansion, oh, then there s no way I ll knowhow you also ache, and I am not the oneto whom I speak Everything is simple, so si...

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