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by Samuel Hazo

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ISBN:
0910395381
Author:
Samuel Hazo
Category:
Poetry
Language:
English
Publisher:
Marlboro Press; 1 edition (January 1, 1988)
Pages:
117 pages
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1569 kb
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1435 kb
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If architecture exists to create space, the author reminds us, poetry exists to create silence.

Marlboro, Vermont, Marlboro Press, 1988

Marlboro, Vermont, Marlboro Press, 1988. He displays the technical mastery necessary to avoid portentousness and unearned statement, and his style is at once traditional and colloquial, that of a modern thinking man's believable metrical utterance. Nearly half of the book is given over to the title sequence, a group of poems having some of the qualities of a journal, or as Hazo calls it, "an almanac of a penman in transit.

Samuel Hazo is director and president of the International Poetry Forum and professor emeritus of English at Duquesne University

Samuel Hazo is director and president of the International Poetry Forum and professor emeritus of English at Duquesne University. He is the author of several novels as well as poetry collections, including Silence Spoken Here, and Once far the Last Bandit, which was nominated for a National Book Award in 1973. He lives in Pittsburgh.

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The book speaks with human emotion. The most outstanding and moving metaphor in the book was his description of two patriots―one a Palestinian, the other an Israeli―lying side by side in death. will, of course, be somewhat painful for some to read. Samuel Hazo is the director of the International Poetry Forum in Pittsburgh, where he is also McAnulty Distinguished Professor of English Emeritus at Duquesne University. His books include Like a Man Gone Mad: Poems in a New Century, The Stroke of a Pen: Essays on Poetry and Other Provocations, Stills, and This Part of the World.

Samuel Robert Hazo (born 1966) is an American composer of primarily music for concert band. Hazo is the son of the poet and playwright Samuel John Hazo and his wife, Mary Anne. After elementary and secondary schooling in the Upper St. Clair School District, he gained a bachelor's degree in music education and a master's in education from Duquesne University. He taught music in the Upper St. Clair School District. Hazo retired from teaching in 2006.

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"If architecture exists to create space," the author reminds us, "poetry exists to create silence. Not mere quietude. Not solitude. Rather it is a silence within and by the experience of the poem itself. It inevitably exceeds the poem since, though the poem can create it, it cannot contain it. Within this silence the imagination and the feelings are renewed, and because of that renewal they live momentarily with a will and momentum of their own. In such a silence we are returned to ourselves, and we discover in ourselves the self that is common to us all. This silence is in essence our indispensable oxygen--the oxygen of our souls. If we try to communicate its presence to others, we do it best by not speaking at all, by letting the eyes convey it in that international language that is understood by all without translation. This silence is not the mere absence of words; it is rather what the words evoke, what their sound and heft and feel make palpable. It exists most completely between the lines of a poem or in the pauses between words."