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Divine Dialectic ultimately argues that Dante crosses textual and theological boundaries in his medieval epic to promote the paradoxical union of contradiction and resolution as a way of reading his poem and, by extension, the world itself. Poet, professor, and scholar Susan Snively has carefully chosen 35 poems of interest to children and their families. Each poem is beautifully illustrated by Christine Davenier and thoroughly explained by an expert. The gentle introduction, which is divided into sections by season of the year, includes commentary, definitions of important words, and a foreword.
Mark Eisner, "Neruda: In his native Chile, across Latin America, and in many other parts of the world, his name and legacy have become almost synonymous with liberation movements, and with the language of erotic love. The Poet's Calling is the product of fifteen years of research by Mark Eisner, writer, translator, and documentary filmmaker. The book vividly depicts Neruda's monumental life, potent verse, and ardent belief in the "poet's obligation" to use poetry for social good.
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The result is a book that animates Neruda's riveting story in a new way—one that offers a compelling narrative version of Neruda's life and work, undergirded by exhaustive research, yet. I was able to compile winning poems from hundreds of aspirant poets from their brilliant participation from May to December I am indebted to all of them.
In , the group was started with just a handful of friends. The objective of the group and my dream is to promote the art of aspirant poets irrespective of religion, color and country to build up a common platform that would establish the poetry of our era as a continuation of the flow of unity in diversity.
Today, the group is over 11, members strong; it is a testimonial to poets and poetry lovers marching hand-in- hand towards a better world. I take this opportunity to personally thank, Sukanto Roy, who helped me in creating meaningful games that help aspirants in their writing and Colin W Hill who deserves special mention and appreciation from all concerned for making it possible to publish this work. Judges from different countries all over the world have selected the winners of the Poetry Planet contests.
I gratefully acknowledge their voluntary literary contributions in this regard. Readers feedback will enrich us, no doubt. Poetry Ireland Introductions: Quality poems and quality prose from Poetry Ireland: Poets included in Selected Poems are: Poetry for Kids.
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