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Bending at the bow

by Marion K. Douglas

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  • 26 Currently reading

Published by Press Gang in Vancouver, B.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Lesbians -- Fiction.,
    • Canada -- Fiction.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementMarion Douglas.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR9199.3.D584 B46 1995
      The Physical Object
      Pagination251 p. ;
      Number of Pages251
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1029520M
      ISBN 100889740518
      LC Control Number96105612

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Bending the Bow Born in in Oakland, California, Robert Duncan began writing poetry as a teenager when a high school teacher encouraged his creative endeavors.

Bending the Bow traces the development of African love poetry from antiquity to modernity while establishing a cross-millennial dialogue.

The anonymously written love poems from Pharaonic Egypt that open the anthology both predate Biblical love poetry and reveal the longevity of written love poetry in Africa. From the ancient Egyptian inventors of the love lyric to contemporary poets, Bending the Bow: An Anthology of African Love Poetry gathers together both written and sung love poetry from Africa.

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Robert Duncan’s Bending the Bow. Today–March 1st–marks the original release date of Robert Duncan‘s poetry collection, Bending the original text was published in by New Directions, which described the text as “a multiphasic projection of movements in a field, an imagined universe of the poem that moves out to include all the terms of experience as meaning”.

Bending the Bow traces the development of African love poetry from antiquity to modernity while establishing a cross-millennial dialogue.

The anonymously written love poems fromPharaonic Egypt that open the anthology both predate Biblical love poetry and reveal the longevity of written love poetry in Africa. JPS Tanakh Who traineth my hands for war, So that mine arms do bend a bow of brass. New American Standard He trains my hands for battle, So that my arms can bend a bow of bronze.

Jubilee Bible He trains my hands for the battle, so that a bow of bronze shall be broken by my arms. Translations from Homer: The Odyssey (partial) Book XXI. The Bending of Ulysses’ Bow: The Argument.

Penelope, to put an end to the solicitations of the suitors, proposes to marry the person who shall first bend the bow of Ulysses, and shoot through the ringlets. After their attempts have proved ineffectual, Ulysses, taking Eumæus and. The chronological composition of Bending the Bow emphasizes Duncan's belief that the significance of form is that of an event in process.

Thus, the poems of the two open series belong ultimately to the configuration of a life in poetry in which there are forms moving within and interpenetrating forms.4/5(2).

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A CIP catalog record for this book is available upon request. Published by the Open Society Institute West 59th Street, New York, NY USA Bending the Bow was produced by the Network Women’s Program and the Open Society Institute’s Communications Office. The Network Women’s Program is an initiative of the Open Society Institute.

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