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by Peter Balakian

  • ISBN: 0226035646
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Peter Balakian
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press (September 30, 2010)
  • Pages: 88
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is a poet who lives to be ‘in the thick of the material,’ whether it’s the pile of frightening historical facts he excavates or the sound and texture of the phrases he lovingly chisels ou. .

is a poet who lives to be ‘in the thick of the material,’ whether it’s the pile of frightening historical facts he excavates or the sound and texture of the phrases he lovingly chisels ou.has emotional depth, structural coherence, and historical range.

is a poet who lives to be ‘in the thick of the material,’ whether it’s the pile of frightening historical facts he. Peter Balakian is the Donald M. and Constance H. Rebar Professor in Humanities and professor of English at Colgate University. He is author of seven books of poems and the winner of the 2016 Pulitizer Prize for the latest of those, Ozone Journal.

Peter Balakian is the author of several collections of poetry, including Ozone Journal (2015) .

Peter Balakian is the author of several collections of poetry, including Ozone Journal (2015), winner of the Pulitzer Prize; Ziggurat (2010), whic. Balakian has won the New Jersey Council for the Humanities Book Award and an award from the Academy of American Poets, as well as fellowships from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. Poems by Peter Balakian.

In his first book of poems since his highly acclaimed June-tree, Peter Balakian continues to define himself as one of the most distinctive voices of his generation. Exploring history, self, and imagination, as well as his ongoing concerns with catastrophe and trauma, many of Balakian’s new poems wrestle with the aftermath and reverberations of 9/11

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Peter Balakian (Armenian: Փիթըր Պալաքեան, born June 13, 1951) is an Armenian American poet, writer and academic, the Donald M. Rebar Professor of Humanities at Colgate University. He was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Poetry in 2016. Balakian was born in 1951 in Teaneck, New Jersey to an Armenian family; he was the nephew of Anna Balakian and the great-grandnephew of Grigoris Balakian

Publisher: University Of Chicago Press. Pages: 87. ISBN 10: 0226035646. ISBN 13: 9780226035642.

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In his first book of poems since his highly acclaimed June-tree, Peter Balakian continues to define himself as one of the most distinctive voices of his generation

In his first book of poems since his highly acclaimed June-tree, Peter Balakian continues to define himself as one of the most distinctive voices of his generation. Exploring history, self, and imagination, as well as his ongoing concerns with catastrophe and trauma, many of Balakian’s new poems wrestle with the aftermath and reverberations of 9/11. Whether re. In his first book of poems since his highly acclaimed June-tree, Peter Balakian continues to define himself as one of the most distinctive voices of his generation.

In his first book of poems since his highly acclaimed June-tree, Peter Balakian continues to define himself as one of the most distinctive voices of his generation. Exploring history, self, and imagination, as well as his ongoing concerns with catastrophe and trauma, many of Balakian’s new poems wrestle with the aftermath and reverberations of 9/11.            Whether reliving the building of the World Trade Towers in the inventive forty-three-section poem that anchors the book, walking the ruins of the Bosnian National Library in Sarajevo, meditating on Andy Warhol’s silk screens, or considering the confluence of music, language, and memory, Balakian continues his meditations on history, as well as on the harshness and beauty of contemporary life, that his readers have enjoyed over the years. In sensual, layered, and sometimes elliptical language, Balakian in Ziggurat explores absence, war, love, and art in a new age of American uncertainty.