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Repeat the Flesh in Numbers (英语) 平装

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  • 平装
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 1935520547
  • 条形码: 9781935520542
  • 商品尺寸: 14 x 0.7 x 21.6 cm
  • 商品重量: 227 g
  • ASIN: 1935520547
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平均5.0 星 So Tough--and So Tender--an Amazing Book of Poems 2012年3月22日
评论者 V. - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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This book is amazing.

As an English teacher, I've read my share of poetry, but few volumes make me cry. This book touched me in an indescribable way.

The poems are hard, fierce, full of passion, but compassion--even tenderness--lies beneath the writer's brutal forays into what it means to be a woman, a lover, a mother, a sister, a daughter.

When Bigalk writes about motherhood, the diapers are full, the child is distant; about love--and empty bottles of cheap vodka. But somehow in each poem, she narrows the focus, moves beyond the surface confusion and pain to zero in on what matters, right now, about the ways we compromise, the ways we rise from the ashes, the way we recognize our own value, our own frailty, and continue to love.

So many, it seems, think of poetry as a luxury, an indulgence, but this book, "Repeat the Flesh in Numbers," is way too brutal, too loving, too much a product of this world, for the self-indulgent.

Be prepared to cheer, to laugh, to cry, to nod your head in recognition. Buy this book--read it, and read again.
平均5.0 星 Vivid imagery and the body's felt experience 2012年6月19日
评论者 Elizabeth Austen - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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The gorgeous cover of REPEAT THE FLESH IN NUMBERS sends an accurate signal about the centrality of the body in these pages. Bigalk's poems are frank and unsentimental, with vivid imagery to convey felt experience, as in "Insomnia":

Tiny bones, those splinters
that form wrist, thread together foot,
little pins that hold flesh
like fabric and batting, a quilted body.
These calcium shards betray and sting,
they ache with age, say my name
while I sleep, until I wake, say
hush, hush.

Elsewhere, her voice is immediate, knowing and sassy, her vision clear-eyed but never cynical, even when skewering various mythologies about women in poems like "Apocryphon of Eve" or "Mother America."

Motherhood is a central theme here, considered from many angles, moods and phases of exhaustion and elation. The brief and moving narrative of near-death and its aftermath in "Aren, Two Years Old, Playing at Orchard Park" is not to be missed.
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平均5.0 星 Brilliant Poems on the Beauty of Domestic Life 2012年3月15日
评论者 darklake - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Bigalk's debut book of poetry draws deeply from the stillness of domestic life and finds beauty, humor, and sadness in turn. This book is brilliantly able to change its mood: first a funny revenge poem about planting hot peppers to rid a garden-raiding squirrel of his temptation, then a serious poem about a friend's drowning of another pest squirrel. The poems in this book listen to the heartbeats of children as well as the laughter of the trees in the backyard; they balance the persona's internal thoughts with the external demands of a busy woman's life.

Bigalk's work is fresh in its honesty and lack of pretension. Her language is clear and pure. The sensitivity of the poet lurks behind every poem, every artistically described moment. This book could only have been written by someone with a keen mind, an open heart, and a wicked sense of humor.
平均5.0 星 This was a wonderful depiction of how one person views "lyricism" and how ... 2016年5月8日
评论者 Amazon Customer - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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Kris Bigalk surprises me time and time again. Flipping through her collection of poems I was struck by their sparing words, truthfulness and precision. Her words became notes that flew off the page and then back again. I was transported to a front row seat at Carnegie Hall instead of simply reading a book of poems. This was a wonderful depiction of how one person views "lyricism" and how then to connect it with the everyday strains of life.

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