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  • Author:
    Ferenc Moszi
  • ISBN:
    0595337945
  • ISBN13:
    978-0595337941
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  • Publisher:
    iUniverse, Inc. (December 14, 2004)
  • Pages:
    222 pages
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    Humanities
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IN)VENTING BEING " In the beginning was the Word is Ferenc M?zsi's poetic credo. For him a poem's real drama is its birth. The poem writes itself

IN)VENTING BEING " In the beginning was the Word is Ferenc M?zsi's poetic credo. The poem writes itself. P?TER KASLIK "As always, the poems of Ferenc M?zsi are rich and resonating chips of love and pain.

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Ferenc Szálasi (Hungarian pronunciation: ; 6 January 1897 – 12 March 1946) was the leader of the Arrow Cross Party – Hungarist Movement, the "Leader of the Nation" (Nemzetvezető), being both Head of State and Prime Minis.

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(IN)VENTING BEING "In the beginning was the Word is Ferenc Mózsi's poetic credo. For him a poem's real drama is its birth. The poem writes itself. Inventing Being, inspired by creative imagery, word combinations and plays, bears witness to the richness of the Hungarian language and its poetic power to nourish the human spirits."PÉTER KASLIK"As always, the poems of Ferenc Mózsi are rich and resonating chips of love and pain. They flare like nimble suns within the restless shadows of our lives, then glow across the gray uncertainty we share, each a small gathering of light and heat to kindle love among the pain He is a master of the sinews of the heart, a warrior against the hungry night that so insatiably tries to ingest us all." JUD BLAKELY"In this collection of poems Mózsi snatches special moments and makes them into monuments, rediscovering the existing beauty in ourselves and in the world around us." JÓZSEF GARAIFormer Editor, Hungarian Word"As a writer who is at home in both Hungarian and English, I'm aware of the challenges facing a translator to bring a poem home. But that is only the start. Award-winning translator Peter Hargitai makes these poems sing!" THOMAS P. MUHLAuthor of Retouching Stalin's Moustache

Delirium
Invented Being, by Ferenc Moszi, is a poetry novel that fails to take you into the profound universe that others such as Robert Frost and Sylvia Plath have paved the way for. If the reader is looking for that sort of satisfaction then unfortunately he will fall short. However, the book itself isn't a total failure. I believe that Moszi wanted to share with the world his feelings of love and confusion through poetry and did just that. One might not be able to relate to Moszi or even consider his words inspiring but for a person like me, who doesn't need poetic depth in literature, it was enough to allow me to read the book without wanting to kill myself. From his biography it is known that Moszi has struggled with divorce, sudden poverty and the ever so present cancer. His life took a dramatic turn for the worst after years of having wealth and amorous escapades with women all over the world. As the book begins, you can see that he is still hurt from the loss he has endured in the recent years of his life. However, as the book progresses he falls in love again and it is that love that forces him to take an emotional inventory of his life and in turn, voice his struggles. The poems are rich with tantalizing imagery such as chocolate kisses and the scent of a woman. I believe Moszi's focus of scents is correlated to the fact that due to the location of his cancer, he can no longer possesses the sense of smell and so wishes to detail it as lusty as possible. The use of this technique is what I believe brings the poems to life. A person who would just skim through the pages of this novel without knowing its background would think the poems fickle and sophomoric but once you are aware of Moszi's situation, it becomes easier to take in the poetry and ignore the rooted power that they are missing. I recommend this novel to those of us who don't need to feel empowered by poetry but would much rather just take it as it is.
Bloodhammer
The book of poems, Inventing Being by Ferenc Mózsi is inspired by his love of life. The book offers us insight into the soul of a man who has invented himself. Throughout the book, the author uses a fantastic word combination, and creative imagery. Mózsi's poems are rich in love, life and pain. Some of the poems portray a very strong persona, a warrior against pain and lonely nights, others depict a man in love, a man that feels young again thanks to love. Ferenc Mózsi is also capturing special moments in his life and translating them in the attractive language of poetry. He opens his heart in every line, giving to the reader knowledge of his deepest emotions which he reveals to us in this collection of poems.

Ferenc Mózsi used repeatability words related to nature and time, such as flowers and spring. My own personal interpretation is that Mozsi use these words as a way of letting the reader know that although he is on his middle- age he feels young again, because he is with this woman that makes him feel happy and in love. Mózsi is good at transforming his thoughts and translating them into a poem. His poems can be interpreted differently because they are rich in meaning. For the author poetry is everything, is love and his own life. Mózsi feels safe in his books. As he says on the poem "Fox/Rot" (Mózi, 34), verse is as indispensable for him as food is to any human being.

Inventing Being is filled with metaphors, similes, and images. This book of poems provides a vehicle to reinvent ourselves as well as it did to Mózsi. Deep emotions arise from every poem; it gives us an insight of the author most obscured emotions. Peter Hargitai makes a good job translating this book of poems; he never lost the essence of any poem. I strongly recommend this book to those who love poetry.
Amerikan_Volga
This book of poems is reminiscent of the Bible in the since of whatever you look at you can make reference to your life. Poetry, good poetry, has no meaning written in stone, its' interpretation is left to the imagination of the reader; and there is where the beauty of poetry lies.

Inventing Being: Kitalalt Let captures the very sense and wonders of the imagination, every poem has its purpose and touches a wide range of life topics.

The poem "Suspended..." made me think of love and societies frowning upon a interracial or intercultural relationship. Towards the end of the poem it states, "defiance in alliance the lyre loosens a wire..." (Mozsi 85), this is where I interpret society cuts the forbidden couple off and bans them.

These poems also seem to be a reflection of his life and suffrages his eyes have seen. Writing about his life may be a way of releasing his true feelings and allowing him to escape the nightmares he faces when he closes his eyes. The words he uses, translated from Hungarian, are like vaguely remembered dreams in which you see half the dream and not the end of it.

His poem `Like a Bullet" ends with, our system of codes our affirmative actions are filled to capacity flying like a bullet in the sky after you..." (Mozsi 75). This passage is disturbing in the sense of he dreams of bullets chasing him because of his way of life. The poems helped me picture myself in a better life, but some made me see the struggles of a revolution or civil war.