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No Man's Land

€17,26
ISBN 1905700601

Autor: Tupa Snyder

Editorial: Shearsman Books

Páginas: 84

Idioma: eng

Publicado: 01/06/2007

Alto: 216.00 mm

Ancho: 140.00 mm

Lomo: 5.11 mm

Acabado: Tapa Blanda

Sinopsis: Tupa Snyder's early life and education was in India. She grew up a child of the remnants of the Raj - the British Empire in India - in the isolated compound of a power plant in Calcutta, thirty years after India's independence. The material of her poetry comes from a strong leaning toward European Romantic Poetry and Philosophy, and an interest in delineating a fragmented, lyric self through metonymy and inversion. Tupa has a lifelong interest in metaphorical writing and thinks of poetry as a dwelling space. Her love of poetry has lead to two career changes, from mathematics to English literature during her BA (University of Poona), and to creative writing as a second MA (Illinois State University), and a PhD at the University of Exeter. Tupa Snyder's work demonstrates the arrival of a confident new voice that straddles cultural divides, and geographic locations - with sections of the book devoted to each of the countries that she has called home over the past years.