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eBook Triptych: Poland/1931, Khurbn, The Burning Babe ePub

by Charles Bernstein,Jerome Rothenberg

  • ISBN: 0811216926
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Charles Bernstein,Jerome Rothenberg
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: New Directions (June 29, 2007)
  • Pages: 240
  • ePub book: 1273 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1530 kb
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  • Rating: 4.1
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Jerome Rothenberg was born in New York City in 1931.

Jerome Rothenberg was born in New York City in 1931. New Directions publishes ten books of his poetry and essays. His anthologies include Technicians of the Sacred, Shaking the Pumpkin, and the two-volume Poems for the Millennium. Rothenberg has been the recipient of many honors, including an American Book Award, two PEN Oakland Josephine Miles Literary Awards, and two PEN Center USA West Translation Awards.

Jerome Rothenberg (born 1931) is an internationally known American poet .

Jerome Rothenberg (born 1931) is an internationally known American poet, translator and anthologist who is noted for his work in ethnopoetics and poetry performance. Rothenberg has continued to be a prolific poet into the present, publishing over seventy books of poetry, translation, and assemblage since 1970. The works published since 1990 include over fifteen books of his own poetry as well as four books of poetry in translation – from Schwitters, Lorca, Picasso, and Nezval – and a book of selected translations, "Writing Through", which extends the idea of translation to practices like collage, assemblage, and appropriation.

Jerome Rothenberg is an internationally known American poet, translator and anthologist who is noted for his work in ethnopoetics and poetry performance. Books by Jerome Rothenberg.

Triptych : Poland/1931, Khurbn, the Burning Babe. by Jerome Rothenberg. For the last half of the twentieth century into the new millennium, no other American poet has been as deeply engaged in the opening of the poem (its boundaries and its possibilities) than Jerome Rothenberg.

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Jerome Rothenberg’s Triptych, which assembles three serial poems - Poland/1931, Khurbn and The Burning Babe.

To last week’s The Thinking Person’s Guide to Holocaust published here in the Forward, another significant contribution can be added: Jerome Rothenberg’s Triptych, which assembles three serial poems - Poland/1931, Khurbn and The Burning Babe. Today on The Arty Semite, we’re featuring an excerpt from the middle section. Poet and critic Charles Bernstein, in the introduction to the volume (republished in The Brooklyn Rail), points to the fact that Rothenberg never fails to open onto a void or negation or absence.

Find nearly any book by Jerome Rothenberg. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Writing Through: Translations and Variations (Wesleyan Poetry Series).

Poland/1931, Khurbn, The Burning Babe. New York, NY: New Directions, 2007. Poetics & Polemics.

Categories: society, identity (collective), life & relationship, religion & sprituality. Rothenberg received a Master's Degree in Literature from the University of Michigan (1953), served in the . Army in Germany (1953-1955), finished a further graduate study at Columbia University (1959) and stayed in New York City until 1972. From 1972 to 1974 he lived at the Allegany Seneca Reservation in western New York State. Poland/1931, Khurbn, The Burning Babe.

He had Susan had just collaborated on their fabulous Granary Book

From Charles Bernstein's Portraits Series: Jerome Rothenberg & the Burning Babe, February 24, 2008. Jerome Rothenberg Jerry and Diane come to our place for dinner. He had Susan had just collaborated on their fabulous Granary Book. The Burning Babe, so I asked Jerry about the central figure in the poem. mp4, 1 min. 36 se. 1. mb). Benefit Reading for Will Alexander at the Bowery Poetry Club, November 1, 2007. Complete reading (7:45): MP3. In Memoriam: Jackson Mac Low, recorded with Charlie Morrow, 2008

Born on December 11, 1931 to Morris and Estelle Rothenberg, Jerome Rothenberg was raised in New York City and graduated from the City College of New York in 1952 with a BA in English. He went on to the University of Michigan to receive his Masters in Literature in 1953. From 1953 until 1955, he served in the . Army in Mainz, Germany and afterwards returned to New York and continued his graduate studies at Columbia University until 1959.

The key book by the internationally celebrated poet with the only "Polish ghetto-Hassidic-cowboy and Indian American comic voice" (Robert Duncan) in history.if only our eyes were wild enoughto see them our hearts to know their terror—Jerome RothenbergFor the last half of the twentieth century into the new millennium, no other American poet has been as deeply engaged in the opening of the poem (its boundaries and its possibilities) than Jerome Rothenberg. As editor, translator, essayist, performer, groundbreaking anthologist, one of the founding figures of enthnopoetics, and most significantly, as poet, Rothenberg has remapped the art against the grain of a single "great tradition."Reminiscent of H.D.'s Trilogy, Triptych assembles three long serial poems into one multilayered sacred text. Like Kafka's Amerika, Calvino's Euphemia, and Babel's Odessa, Rothenberg's Poland in Poland/1931, first published in 1974, is a "poland stuffed with poland / brought in the imagination." Fifteen years later, Poland materializes into Khurbn (a Yiddish word meaning destruction, holocaust, human disaster), a poem summoned from the author's visit to his ancestral town, Ostrow-Mazowiecka, and the confrontation with his family's annihilation—including an uncle who killed himself—during World War II. "Allowing my uncle's khurbn to speak through me..." the author writes, "the poems are the clearest message I have ever gotten about why I write poetry." And now in 2006, The Burning Babe rises out of the furnace of khurbn, "reaching through the ruins / for a place to soar"....