No One's Rose by Paul Celan

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Paul Celan was, by common consent, among the most important poets of the twentieth century. In the second half of that century, he has no rivals, not least because of his surviving the Holocaust and then confronting it through his art. This collection, No One's Rose, is the third of a group of three collections by Celan that he has undertaken to present in their entirety, the first two being From Threshold to Threshold, based on Von Schwelle zu Schwelle, and Language Behind Bars, based on Sprachgitter.

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Paul Celan was a poet and translator born in the East European province of Bukovina. Soon after his parents, German-speaking Jews, had perished at the hands of the Nazis, Celan wrote the poem "Todesfuge" ("Deathfugue"), which depicted life in a German concentration camp. David Young is a respected writer, commentator, journalist, environmentalist, and historian. Working independently in the field of history and the environment he work explores the nature-culture relationship, including perspectives from indigenous nature and indigenous culture.
Published September 24, 2014 by Marick Press. 164 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction