Six Macedonian Poets - New Voices from Europe by Elizabeta Bakovska
Six Macedonian poets are the seventh volume in a series of bi-lingual anthologies that combine the works of modern poets from Europe and beyond into a wider audience, a series…
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Six Macedonian poets are the seventh volume in a series of bi-lingual anthologies that combine the works of modern poets from Europe and beyond into a wider audience, a series designed to keep the finger of contemporary international prophetic poetry. These anthologies include the works of six of the finest contemporary Macedonian poets who together represent the breadth and complexity of the country's literary culture.
Among the multigenerational and multigenerational perspectives of these distinguished poets, whose subjects range from mundane to mythical and from urban to epic, common threads can be seen: an old and constantly evolving oral tradition, the intimacy of private love and unity, and the preoccupation with ways that connect the life of individual poetry The socio-political climate and cultural identity of the nation. Collectively, these poets weave a picture of Macedonian literature as a diverse and rich tradition among the texts, claiming its place in this wider literary world in this choice of contemporary voices..
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