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Poetry
  • Author:
    Patrick Friesen
  • ISBN:
    0919626939
  • ISBN13:
    978-0919626935
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  • Publisher:
    Brick Books; 1st Edition edition (October 16, 1997)
  • Pages:
    132 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Poetry
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Опубликовано: 17 июл. 2011 г. Patrick Friesen reads from A Broken Bowl.

Опубликовано: 17 июл.

Patrick Friesen communicates directly to your imagination

Patrick Friesen communicates directly to your imagination. These fragments of a broken bowl are, indeed, much greater than the sum of their parts as they spur imaginal encounters not only with Friesen but with the scattered bits of the reader's self - each piece a new gesture to try o. - - Per Brask. These are the end days - someone's got a kitchen knife and is 'looking for the government'; the river is a 'filthy transfusion. Patrick Friesen sings this dark song with beauty and a guttering love.

Patrick Friesen is the author of Blasphemer’s Wheel, winner of the Manitoba Book of the Year Award and runner-up for the Milton Acorn People’s Poetry Award. A Broken Bowl was shortlisted for the 1997 Governor General’s Award for Poetry. His most recent work is Earth's Crude Gravities. He lives in Victoria, British Columbia. He has retire. ore about Patrick Friesen.

By turns lyric, satiric, elegiac and incantatory, A Broken Bowl is filled with passionate elemental writing in the tradition of Howl and Crow.

Patrick Frank Friesen (born 5 July 1946) is a Canadian poet and prose author. He has written many works, from poetry to stage plays. Friesen, was born in Steinbach, Manitoba. Broken Bowl (segment from A Broken Bowl), created, performed with jazz pianist Marilyn Lerner, Sunstone Coffee, Winnipeg, July 17, 1996, at The Glass Slipper, Vancouver, Oct. 3, 1996, four performances at the Atlantic Jazz Festival, Halifax, July 1997.

Patrick Frank Friesen (born 5 July 1946) is a Canadian author. He began his works in 1970, writing books of poetry. This Canadian poet, who was born in Steinbach, Manitoba, studied at the University of Manitoba. While there, he received a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree and a teaching certificate

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Patrick Friesen’s A Broken Bowl is an extended poem, or long-poem about society in general, and life in a decaying world

Patrick Friesen’s A Broken Bowl is an extended poem, or long-poem about society in general, and life in a decaying world. This book deals with social disconnections from the Natural Roots or Ground of the world, and examines a sense of helpless frustration which leads to violence as an outlet. Verbal and visual images inter-connect scenes of violence which appear with regular frequency including in the form of televised news casts

Patrick Friesen was born in Steinbach, Manitoba in 1946. He has published many books of poetry and has also written stage and radio plays

Patrick Friesen was born in Steinbach, Manitoba in 1946. He began writing stories at an early age and studied English literature at the University of Manitoba where he received his Bachelor of Arts with Honours. Friesen is a part-time Creative Writing instructor at Kwantlen University College. He has published many books of poetry and has also written stage and radio plays. Friesen's A Broken Bowl was a finalist for the 1997 Governor General's Award and Blasphemer's Wheel: Selected & New Poems in 1994 and won the Manitoba Book of the Year Award.

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Patrick Friesen - Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Patrick Friesen (5 de julio de 1946 ) es un poeta canadiense, nacido en Steinbach, Manitoba, estudió en la Universidad de Manitoba.

Set firmly at the end of the millennium, A Broken Bowl takes on the burden of history, with its heaped atrocities, its unimaginable sufferings. This long poem is an angry lament, a summoning of fragments, a meditation in the midst of an exhausted world. By turns lyric, satiric, elegiac and incantatory, A Broken Bowl is filled with passionate elemental writing in the tradition of Howl and Crow.

"Picture-building poetry doesn't get better than this. Patrick Friesen communicates directly to your imagination. These fragments of a broken bowl are, indeed, much greater than the sum of their parts as they spur imaginal encounters not only with Friesen but with the scattered bits of the reader's self - each piece a new gesture to try on." -- Per Brask.

"These are the end days - someone's got a kitchen knife and is 'looking for the government' the river is a 'filthy transfusion.' Patrick Friesen sings this dark song with beauty and a guttering love. We're long past apology, reconstruction: there's only Friesen's voice not nearly enough, sure, but the only thing worthy of trust." -- Tim Lilburn.

NOMINATED for the 1997 Governor General's Award for Poetry.