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Rue Traversière

English · Hardback

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"First published in French as Rue traversiaere by Yves Bonnefoy A Mercure de France, 1977"--Title page verso.

About the author

Yves Bonnefoy is a poet, critic, and professor emeritus of comparative poetics at the College de France. In addition to poetry and literary criticism, he has published numerous works of art history and translated into French several of Shakespeare's plays. Beverley Bie Brahic is an award-winning poet and translator. A Canadian, she lives in Paris and Stanford, California.


Yves Bonnefoy is considered as foremost French poet of his generation. This title features both epigrammatic concision and narratives that meander with the poet's thought as he struggles to understand and express some of the undercurrents of human life. It also includes Bonnefoy childhood cityscapes and explores the tricks memory plays on us.

Product details

Authors Yves Bonnefoy
Assisted by Beverley Bie Brahic (Translation)
Publisher Sea Boating
Languages English
Product format Hardback
Released 31.05.2015
EAN 9780857422279
ISBN 978-0-85742-227-9
No. of pages 88
Dimensions 149 mm x 205 mm x 15 mm
Weight 234 g
Series French List
Seagull Books - The French Lis
The French List
Seagull Books - The French Lis
The French List - (Seagull titles CHUP)
Subjects Fiction > Poetry, drama
Humanities, art, music > Linguistics and literary studies > English linguistics / literary studies

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