Three Vietnamese Poets

by Linh Dinh

Publisher: Tinfish

Written in English
Cover of: Three Vietnamese Poets | Linh Dinh
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Subjects:

  • Poetry,
  • General
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages64
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8563773M
ISBN 100971219834
ISBN 109780971219830

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Vietnamese literature, body of literature produced by Vietnamese-speaking people, primarily in Vietnam. Like the river basins that have nourished Vietnam’s agricultural civilization for thousands of years, Vietnamese literature has been fed by two great tributaries: the indigenous oral literature and the written literature of Chinese influence.

The oral poetry tradition is purely native. This bilingual edition, Six Vietnamese Poets, brings together for the first time the works of six writers who came to maturity during the American War in Vietnam, three men and three women.

What will you find in this book?-the richness and diversity of Vietnamese life and literature from an array of poems that range from free verse to romantic. The last chapter - "Lost in a Foreign Silence' - is by Vietnamese poets in this country, trying to figure out their place.

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