By James Phillips, Claude Esteban
This can be my experiment. This booklet includes either the unique French and English translation.
Contains either Conjuncture of physique and backyard, and a shorter paintings, Cosmogony. Claude Esteban used to be born in 1935 in Paris. as well as 5 different works of poetry, Mr. Esteban has released numerous collections of essays and translations. His vital article De los angeles poesie comme insurrection (Poetry as Insurrection), the foreword to the French variation of Octavio Paz's Ladera este, first seemed in English translation in Octavio Paz: Homage to the Poet released through KOSMOS in 1981. quantity IV of the KOSMOS sleek Poets in Translation sequence. French-English, ix + seventy nine pages. Library of Congress Catalog Card quantity: 87-17028.
Translated by way of James Phillips. common Editor, sleek Poets in Translation sequence, Kosrof Chantikian.
"The poetic sequences Conjuncture of physique and backyard and Cosmogony, the 1st in prose, the second one in verse, serve to demonstrate ... [a] trust in a poetic house straight away current and primordial. In Conjuncture, the speaker descends right into a backyard as profuse in plants as in allusion and reminiscence, discovering in each move and commentary a part of a drama of mythological proportions: union with nature, the loved, and the written be aware, in lifestyles and in demise. The poetic sequences ... serve to demonstrate ... a poetic house instantaneously current and primordial. His paintings will charm so much to these for whom poetry in a celebratory and myth-making mode doesn't ... require suspension of disbelief." --Choice, September 1988
Claude Esteban used to be a French poet, essayist, and translator. He released 13 books of poems and a number of other collections of essays on poetry, literature, and visible paintings, and he translated Paz, Borges, and García Lorca into French. He was once presented the Mallarmé Prize, the Grand Prix de Poésie de l. a. Société des gens de lettres, the France tradition Prize, and the Prix Goncourt.
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L'entaille glisse dans l'ecorce. Vite, nos mains. Vite, le corps a vif. 21 CLAUDE ESTEBAN xxv In the word "cold," I myself am cold. " Will I be healed of signs? My body waits for someone to split it from the idea of itself. For someone to baptize it once again in the transparent waters that spring forth from here. In my name I move forward to the wall. XXVI Deafened insects, insects without eyes, I dug through sleep until the inside of your caves. From me you wanted nothing. I lived beneath the earth, alone.
I listen closer. I sham sleeping, almost touching ground. You loved all the children's games, so long ago, remember? You hid yourself. You turned into a butterfly, a bee. You flew away. You came to drink upon my eyelids. Do you still want me as a playmate? You withdraw. I will come again. I will look for your tomorrow, every day. LVI Earth of all the dead, mother always near and watchful, you ascend the roots again, with winter. You tremble and the sun breaks on your ice. You call us. And we know nothing of what you cry for in your tears.
Lorsque le ciel s'obscurcissait, ta victoire toujours, lampe des signes ! La chair mains nue de se savoir ecrite et partagee. J'ai grandi lentement. Comme un de ces jardins sans murs que le vent, soudain revenu, devaste. 27 CLAUDE ESTEBAN XX XIV Birds lift off together. I remember. I live inside their voyage. I, in love with walls, rise up within my body. I am breathing. I am coming closer. I tremble at the touch of space. I trace an arrow, white, against white air. xx xv Summer seashells,. you, dug out against the darkness.
Conjuncture of Body and Garden: Cosmogony by James Phillips, Claude Esteban