Download PDF by Czeslaw Milosz: A Book of Luminous Things: An International Anthology of

By Czeslaw Milosz

ISBN-10: 0156005743

ISBN-13: 9780156005746

"A choice of three hundred poems from writers world wide, chosen and edited by means of Nobel laureate Czeslaw Milosz   Czesław Miłosz's A ebook of Luminous Things—his own collection of poems from the previous and present—is a testomony to the beautiful types of human event, provided up in order that we might even see the myriad ways in which event may be shared in phrases and photographs. Miłosz presents a preface to every of those poems, divided into thematic (and frequently beguiling) sections, equivalent to “Travel,” “History,” and “The mystery of a Thing,” that make the interpreting as educational because it is inspirational and remind us how powerfully poetry can contact our minds and hearts. "

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The old woman came in out of the dark. “Lawd! I might anigh stumbled over this boy in de middle o’ de flo’! An’ you ain’t even took off yo’ hat since you got home from work! Is you crazy? ” Sheepishly Annjee folded her letter and got up. It was true that she still had on her hat and the sweater she had worn to Mrs. Rice’s. True, too, the whole room was alive with soft-winged moths fluttering against the hot glass of the light—and on the kitchen floor a small, brownskin, infinitely lovable edition of Jimboy lay sprawled contentedly in his grandmother’s path, asleep!

Buster sat under the green apple-tree with a pile of black mud from the alley in front of him. “Hey, Sandy, gonna make marbles and put ’em in the sun to dry,” he said. “All right,” agreed Sandy, and they began to roll mud balls in the palms of their hands. But instead of putting them in the sun to dry they threw them against the back of the house, where they flattened and stuck beautifully. Then they began to throw them at each other. 28 Not without Laughter 29 Sandy’s playmate was a small ivory-white Negro child with straight golden hair, which his mother made him wear in curls.

She gave her nephew a plum she had brought in her pocket. “I was in town, but I didn’t have time to come home. ” “To Maudel’s! . Unhuh! An’ to de Waiters’ Ball, besides galavantin’ up an’ down Pearl Street after ten o’clock! ” “It’s no lies! ” “O, I came in with the cook and some of the boys, mama, that’s who! They hired an auto for the dance. ” “That’s all right, madam! ” Harriett was not impressed. “For what? To spend her life in Mrs. ” She shrugged her shoulders. ” “I’m quitting the job Saturday,” she said.

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