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[Download] ➵ Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei Author Roo Borson – Anglo-saxon.co Introduction to the Introduction to the Introduction by André AlexisFor me reading the Introduction was like being caught in a spring shower while waiting for the 41 and running into a library to getIntroduction to the Introduction to the Introduction by André AlexisFor me reading the Introduction was like being caught in a spring shower while waiting for the 41 and running into a library to get out of the rain and because the rain lasts wandering the aisles on the fifth floor taking books from the shelves Waley's translations from the Chinese a work by Roland Barthes an oversized book about eastern birds draping my winter coat on a chair and sitting down to read My coat smells of wet coconut matting and the library is warm and I fall asleep my head on the desk and dream about a strange library filled with impossibly rare and impossibly beautiful works Waley on birds Barthes' translations from the Chinese an oversized book about rain And when I wake moments later after what seems like hours I have the momentary and vivid conviction that if I listened properly I could translate water into any language at allPain Not Bread is a collaborative writing group formed in 1990 by Roo Borson Kim Maltman and Andy Patton In Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei they occupy the border created by translation allusion and echo and make it into habitable space a place where the subtle sensitivities of poets from the troubled late Tang Dynasty Wang Wei Li Bai Du Fublend with our own millennial anxieties What do poets do in a difficult time? It's as though Pain Not Bread were talking and drinking with their Tang contemporaries on some old rickety ferry making its way back and forth between English and Chinese Chinese and English in the process weaving together a music of supreme nuance and tonal registration a mode of speaking and feeling which is undisfigured by sentiment and yet riddled with its own mortality.

Introduction to the Introduction to the Introduction by André AlexisFor me reading the Introduction was like being caught in a spring shower while waiting for the 41 and running into a library to get out of the rain and because the rain lasts wandering the aisles on the fifth floor taking books from the shelves Waley's translations from the Chinese a work by Roland Barthes an oversized book about eastern birds draping my winter coat on a chair and sitting down to read My coat smells of wet coconut matting and the library is warm and I fall asleep my head on the desk and dream about a strange library filled with impossibly rare and impossibly beautiful works Waley on birds Barthes' translations from the Chinese an oversized book about rain And when I wake moments later after what seems like hours I have the momentary and vivid conviction that if I listened properly I could translate water into any language at allPain Not Bread is a collaborative writing group formed in 1990 by Roo Borson Kim Maltman and Andy Patton In Introduction to the Introduction to Wang Wei they occupy the border created by translation allusion and echo and make it into habitable space a place where the subtle sensitivities of poets from the troubled late Tang Dynasty Wang Wei Li Bai Du Fublend with our own millennial anxieties What do poets do in a difficult time? It's as though Pain Not Bread were talking and drinking with their Tang contemporaries on some old rickety ferry making its way back and forth between English and Chinese Chinese and English in the process weaving together a music of supreme nuance and tonal registration a mode of speaking and feeling which is undisfigured by sentiment and yet riddled with its own mortality.

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