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Hemingway in Spain free pdf "Articulate and endlessly curious, David Reiter sets no bounds to his taste for the world's many places, people, and happenings. These poems criss-cross Spain as well as the early Hemingway's life and texts, to create a colourful simulacrum of its invincible, fecund life and history." - Judith Rodriguez, Deakin University "Reiter's book bring[s] a panorama of lost worlds to the reader - from the Kremlin, to Flinder's Breaksea Island, from Norfolk Island markets...to Idaho. They stitch you into a tapestry blending a rather fine weave, with loose threads left hanging just to trip you up if you become complacent. 'Art does not insist. You must let the fragments/find voice and not worry so much about the gaps.'" - Bev Braune, Australian Book Review "What Reiter has done is more imaginative and more genuinely creative and ground-breaking because he has turned Spain not into a land of monuments that the poet reacts to and makes poems from but into a land of voices. Hemingway acts as a kind of guide but the voice is as likely to be that of a character from one of his novels as it is to be that of the writer.And Columbus, Charles the Fifth, Clint Eastwood, Miro, Picasso and a host of others get to speak as well. All of the themes of this 'voco-drama' interrelate because, as one poem says: 'the centuries / act in circles more often than straight lines'." - Martin Duwell, University of Queensland "Australia does have...a few who are masters of the poetic art...they include the great Les Murray, the splendid Phillip Salom and the challenging David P Reiter. Hemingway in Spain is the best example yet of Reiter's experiment with what he calls fusion poetry." - Michael Jacobson, Gold Coast Weekend Review

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Author : David Philip Reiter
Publisher : Interactive Publications
Data Published : 04 January 2007
ISBN : 1876819820
EAN : 9781876819828
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 128 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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