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eBook Selected Poems ePub

by Diana Der-Hovanessian

  • ISBN: 1878818279
  • Category: Poetry
  • Subcategory: Literature
  • Author: Diana Der-Hovanessian
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sheep Meadow; 1st edition (December 1, 1994)
  • Pages: 68
  • ePub book: 1928 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1149 kb
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  • Rating: 4.3
  • Votes: 590

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Diana Der Hovanessian (Worcester, Massachusetts, May 21, 1922 – March 1, 2018), Armenian American poet, translator, and author. Much of the subject of her poetry was about Armenia and the Armenian diaspora.

Diana Der Hovanessian (Worcester, Massachusetts, May 21, 1922 – March 1, 2018), Armenian American poet, translator, and author. She wrote and published over twenty-five books. Diana Der Hovanessian was born in Worcester to an Armenian family. She received her education at Boston University, majoring in English, and then continued her education at Harvard University, studying under Robert Lowell.

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Der-Hovanessian finds, in her Armenian culture and the genocide of 1915, a terrible and wonderful heritage.

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Diana Der Hovanessian, Armenian American poet, translator, and author. About time: poems (1987). Songs of bread, songs of salt (1990). Selected Poems (1994). The Circle Dancers (1996). Any Day Now : poems (1999).

Diana Der Hovanessian. Mary Caroline Davies Poetry Society of America Lyric Poem Award. Worcester, Massachusetts. Diana Der Hovanessian is an Armenian Americans poet and author. Much of the subject of her poetry is about Armenia and the Armenian diaspora. She has written and published over twenty-five books. She became an American literature professor at Yerevan State University. New England Poetry Club Gretchen Warren Award.

Beautiful poem today by Martha Collins, NEPC member, judge, and May Sarton award winner. She is also a the translator of, among other works, The Collected Poems of Zbigniew Herbert. It should be a great evening of poetry. from Because What Else Could I Do" by Martha Collins. from "Because What Else Could I Do" published by University of Pittsburgh Press.

Diana Der-Hovanessian, American poet, educator. Der-Hovanessian, Diana was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, United States. Daughter of John and Marian (Israelyan) Der H. Education. AB, Boston University.

By Diana Der-Hovanessian. Source: Poetry (November 2001). Browse all issues back to 1912. This Appears In. Read Issue.

Der-Hovanessian finds, in her Armenian culture and the genocide of 1915, a terrible and wonderful heritage. With her lyrical New England gifts and her American Armenian life, she makes poetry that is both personal and historical, which is to say she has fused song to bronze, a feat very few poets coming from a dual culture have dared or sustained.

Comments

Mightdragon Mightdragon
Her writing is always good. I was actually looking for some simple, homey poems similar to the ones she published in the Christian Science Monitor a long time ago, but this is quality writing.
Delaath Delaath
I bought this book because Garrison Keillor read a poem from it on The Writer's Almanac. "Shifting the Sun" helped me draw out an Armenian friend grieving for his father. Other favorites: "Without You I Am;" "Game;" and "The Riddle."
Ganthisc Ganthisc
I heard one of her poems on Writer's Almanac and had to have a book of others. They are delightful and I am not a poetry lover, that is, until now. This small book just calls my name over and over...can I refuse to read on?????