Always Different: Poems of Memory

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Phoneme Media
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Pages
196
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781646051236

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About the Author

Gyula Jenei (born in 1962 in Abádszalók, Hungary) is a poet, writer, editor, and educator. As founder and editor of the quarterly literary magazine Eső (translatable as "Rain" or "Falling"), he has brought literature and literary events to the Szolnok area for over twenty years. His poems and other writings comprise thirteen books.

Diana Senechal, a writer, translator, and educator, is the 2011 winner of the Hiett Prize in the Humanities, awarded annually by the Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture. Her translations of the Lithuanian poems of Tomas Venclova have been published in two books, Winter Dialogue (Northwestern University Press, 1997) and The Junction (Bloodaxe, 2008). Since July 2011, she has served on the faculty of the Dallas Institute's Sue Rose Summer Institute for Teachers. Senechal teaches English, American civilization, and British civilization at the Varga Katalin Gimnázium in Szolnok, Hungary.

Reviews

One of the great masters of Hungarian free verse. --Éva Bánki

What are we looking for in our childhood when we take stock of such and such events, sins, tragedies?... A silent poet whose every word I hear. --Darvasi Lászó

Real lyrical ingenuity. --Simon Ferenc

One afternoon I read through Gyula Jenei's Always Different, more than a hundred pages of poetry, and after the first poems I said to myself that yes, this is my world. --Fekete Vince

The culmination of a lyrical material with a rich past. --Adam Sebestyén

One of the most striking registers of Hungarian poetry of the 2000s... So naturally embraces the pulse of the Hungarian language that every memory that is expressed in them thus suddenly emerges from insignificant mundaneness and finds itself confronted with eternity. --Balázs Fűzfa