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Edmund Keely and Philip Sherrard trans Published by Princeton University Press Princeton Used Hardcover uantity Available From Better World books Mishawaka IN USA Seller Rating Add to Basket US George Seferis | Yale University Press Poet essayist diarist novelist and diplomat George Seferis brought about a revolution in the way people viewed his native Greece Acclaimed for his thought provoking lyric poetry he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in At the same time he rose in the diplomatic corps to the position of Ambassador to Britain George Seferis | Poetry Foundation Greek poet George Seferis was born Georgios Seferiades in Urla near Smyrna now Izmir Turkey He worked as a diplomat for the Royal Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in His collections of poetry include Strophe Georges Sfris – Mais ue cherchent elles nos mes Lire Georges Sfris – Pomes PosieGallimard – Traduit du grec par Jacues Lacarrire et Egrie Mavraki – George Seferis Collected Poems – Princeton University Press – Translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard Stphane Chabrires partages Voir son profil fr George Seferis Collected Poems This new bilingual edition of George Seferis Collected Poems both supplements and revises the two earlier editions published in and It presents for the first time the complete Notes for a 'Week ' Three Secret Poems and three later poems that were not collected by the poet himself but whose English translation he authorized during his lifetime George Seferis – Collected Poems Revised Edition The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's earlier bilingual edition George Seferis Collected Poems expanded edition Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in George Seferis has long been recognized as a major international figure and Keeley and Sherrard are his ideal translators They create in the words of Archibald MacLeish a translation worthy of Seferis com George Seferis Collected Poems This new bilingual edition of George Seferis Collected Poems both supplements and revises the two earlier editions published in and It presents for the first time the complete Notes for a 'Week' Three Secret Poems and three later poems that were not collected by the poet himself but whose English translation he authorized during his lifetime originally published in George Seferis | Princeton University Press George Seferis Collected Poems Revised Edition George Seferis In this new edition of George Seferis's poems the acclaimed translations by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard are revised and presented in a compact English only volume The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's read More View Book Add to Cart com George Seferis Collected Poems The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's earlier bilingual edition George Seferis Collected Poems expanded edition Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in George Seferis has long been recognized as a major international figure and Keeley and Sherrard are his ideal translators They create in the words of Archibald MacLeish a translation Project MUSE George Seferis The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's earlier bilingual edition George Seferis Collected Poems expanded edition Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in George Seferis has long been recognized as a major international figure and Keeley and Sherrard are his ideal translators They create in the words of Archibald MacLeish a translation worthy of Seferis George Seferis Abebooks George Seferis Collected Poems George Seferis; Edmund Keely and Philip Sherrard trans Published by Princeton University Press Princeton Used Hardcover uantity Available From Better World books Mishawaka IN USA Seller Rating Add to Basket US George Seferis | Yale University Press Poet essayist diarist novelist and diplomat George Seferis brought about a revolution in the way people viewed his native Greece Acclaimed for his thought provoking lyric poetry he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in At the same time he rose in the diplomatic corps to the position of Ambassador to Britain George Seferis | Poetry Foundation Greek poet George Seferis was born Georgios Seferiades in Urla near Smyrna now Izmir Turkey He worked as a diplomat for the Royal Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in His collections of poetry include Strophe Georges Sfris – Mais ue cherchent elles nos mes Lire Georges Sfris – Pomes PosieGallimard – Traduit du grec par Jacues Lacarrire et Egrie Mavraki – George Seferis Collected Poems – Princeton University Press – Translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard Stphane Chabrires partages Voir son profil fr George Seferis Collected Poems This new bilingual edition of George Seferis Collected Poems both supplements and revises the two earlier editions published in and It presents for the first time the complete Notes for a 'Week ' Three Secret Poems and three later poems that were not collected by the poet himself but whose English translation he authorized during his lifetime George Seferis – Collected Poems Revised Edition The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's earlier bilingual edition George Seferis Collected Poems expanded edition Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in George Seferis has long been recognized as a major international figure and Keeley and Sherrard are his ideal translators They create in the words of Archibald MacLeish a translation worthy of Seferis com George Seferis Collected Poems This new bilingual edition of George Seferis Collected Poems both supplements and revises the two earlier editions published in and It presents for the first time the complete Notes for a 'Week' Three Secret Poems and three later poems that were not collected by the poet himself but whose English translation he authorized during his lifetime originally published in George Seferis | Princeton University Press George Seferis Collected Poems Revised Edition George Seferis In this new edition of George Seferis's poems the acclaimed translations by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard are revised and presented in a compact English only volume The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's read More View Book Add to Cart com George Seferis Collected Poems The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's earlier bilingual edition George Seferis Collected Poems expanded edition Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in George Seferis has long been recognized as a major international figure and Keeley and Sherrard are his ideal translators They create in the words of Archibald MacLeish a translation Project MUSE George Seferis The revision covers all the poems published in Princeton's earlier bilingual edition George Seferis Collected Poems expanded edition Winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in George Seferis has long been recognized as a major international figure and Keeley and Sherrard are his ideal translators They create in the words of Archibald MacLeish a translation worthy of Seferis George Seferis Abebooks George Seferis Collected Poems George Seferis; Edmund Keely and Philip Sherrard trans Published by Princeton University Press Princeton Used Hardcover uantity Available From Better World books Mishawaka IN USA Seller Rating Add to Basket US George Seferis | Yale University Press Poet essayist diarist novelist and diplomat George Seferis brought about a revolution in the way people viewed his native Greece Acclaimed for his thought provoking lyric poetry he was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in At the same time he rose in the diplomatic corps to the position of Ambassador to Britain George Seferis | Poetry Foundation Greek poet George Seferis was born Georgios Seferiades in Urla near Smyrna now Izmir Turkey He worked as a diplomat for the Royal Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs and received the Nobel Prize in Literature in His collections of poetry include Strophe Georges Sfris – Mais ue cherchent elles nos mes Lire Georges Sfris – Pomes PosieGallimard – Traduit du grec par Jacues Lacarrire et Egrie Mavraki – George Seferis Collected Poems – Princeton University Press – Translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard Stphane Chabrires partages Voir son profil.

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  • George Seferis: Collected Poems
  • Yorgos Seferis
  • English
  • 08 January 2016

About the Author: Yorgos Seferis

Awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for his eminent lyrical writing inspired by a deep feeling for the Hellenic world of cultureFirst Greek to win the Nobel Prize in Literature.



9 thoughts on “George Seferis: Collected Poems

  1. Jazzy Lemon Jazzy Lemon says:

    My favourite poem was 'Say it with a Ukulele'

  2. Laura Leaney Laura Leaney says:

    I thought these poems were beautiful enigmatic and somehow immediately knowable I wish I could read Greek the library edition I read had the Greek written on the left hand page but I'll have to settle for translation The poems are all over the place yet consistently seem to evoke the ancient world within the modern He spoke while sitting on what seemed to be the marble remnant of an ancient gate; endless the plain on the right and empty on the left the last shadows moved down the mountain Memory II Ephesus All the poems resonate with a whispered nostalgia a visceral loss Reading the poems reminded me of visiting the ruins of Europe of imagining the many great and mythic voices that are now echoes existing solely in imagination

  3. Raquel Raquel says:

    Ler Seferis é encontrar doces epifanias Domínio impecável dos adjectivos; substantivos cheios de luminosidade e recordações Discreto mas tão revelador Mais um belíssimo poeta contemporâneo grego Completamente rendida à escrita mediterrânica Poemas doces como laranjas perfumados como rosas de Alexandria e salgados como o mar ou uma furtiva lágrima? ue lhes emprestou a nostalgia❤ The flowering sea and the mountains in the moon’s waningthe great stone close to the Barbary figs and the asphodelsthe jar that refused to go dry at the end of dayand the closed bed by the cypress trees and your hairgolden; the stars of the Swan and that other star AldebaranI’ve kept a rein on my life kept a rein on my life travellingamong yellow trees in driving rainon silent slopes loaded with beech leavesno fire on their peaks; it’s getting darkI’ve kept a rein on my life; on your left hand a linea scar at your knee perhaps they existon the sand of the past summer perhapsthey remain there where the north wind blew as I hearan alien voice around the frozen lakeThe faces I see do not ask uestions nor does the womanbent as she walks giving her child the breastI climb the mountains; dark ravines; the snow coveredplain into the distance stretches the snow covered plain they ask nothingneither time shut up in dumb chapels norhands outstretched to beg nor the roadsI’ve kept a rein on my life whispering in a boundless silenceI no longer know how to speak nor how to think; whisperslike the breathing of the cypress tree that nightlike the human voice of the night sea on pebbleslike the memory of your voice saying ‘happiness’I close my eyes looking for the secret meeting place of the watersunder the ice the sea’s smile the closed wellsgroping with my veins for those veins that escape methere where the water lilies end and that manwho walks blindly across the snows of silenceI’ve kept a rein on my life with him looking for the water that touches youheavy drops on green leaves on your facein the empty garden drops in the motionless reservoirstriking a swan dead in its white wingsliving trees and your eyes rivetedThis road has no end has no relief however hard you tryto recall your childhood years those who left thoselost in sleep in the graves of the seahowever much you ask bodies you’ve loved to stoopunder the harsh branches of the plane trees therewhere a ray of the sun naked stood stilland a dog leapt and your heart shudderedthe road has no relief; I’ve kept a rein on my lifeThe snow and the water frozen in the hoofmarks of the horses

  4. Leslie Leslie says:

    35While I liked some of the poems very much overall Seferis didn't really speak to me

  5. Kübra Yağmur Aslanhan Kübra Yağmur Aslanhan says:

    Kendime not Yeni şairler okurken sakın bütün eserlerinin olduğu kitaptan başlama

  6. Edita Edita says:

    who will calculate for us the cost of our decision to forget? and the wind forgets always forgetsbut the flame doesn’t change I’ve come to an end if only someoneelse could begin at the point where I ’ve endedYour nostalgia has createda non existent country with lawsalien to earth and man we arewhat we are able to beI sleep and my heart stays awake; memory hurts wherever you touch it Now on this pebbled beach it’s better to forget;talking doesn’t do any good;Who can make himself heard?Each dreams separately without hearing anyone else’snightmare the Old Sea god said to me“I am the place you belong to;I may be nobodybut I can become whatever you want ” On the stone of patience we wait for the miraclethat opens the heavens and makes all things possible

  7. Georgia Georgia says:

    Δε θέλω τίποτε άλλο παρά να μιλήσω απλά να μου δοθεί ετούτη η χάρηΓιατί και το τραγούδι το φορτώσαμε με τόσες μουσικές που σιγά σιγά βουλιάζεικαι την τέχνη μας τη στολίσαμε τόσο πολύ που φαγώθηκε από τα μαλάματα το πρόσωπό τηςκι είναι καιρός να πούμε τα λιγοστά μας λόγια γιατί η ψυχή μας αύριο κάνει πανιά Οκ ο Σεφέρης δεν είναι ο αγαπημένος μου ΑΛΛΑ η ποίησή του αναδεικνύει την ελληνική γλώσσα την ιστορία και τον πολιτισμό μας Πραγματικά πόσο όμορφα είναι τα ποιήματά του και πόσο χάνουν στη μετάφραση Βέβαια για να είμαι ειλικρινής ήταν πάρα πολλά τα ποιήματα που δεν κατάλαβα το νόημά τους κάπου χάθηκα Είμαι φαν της απλής γραφής και ποίησης ωστόσο αναγνωρίζω την αξία του Σεφέρη Δεν είναι τυχαίο άλλωστε ότι τιμήθηκε με το Νόμπελ Λογοτεχνίας

  8. Paige Paige says:

    AMAZINGLY BEAUTIFUL

  9. A A says:

    I can’t rate this book because I honestly understood no than 20% of what he was saying Unfortunately I did understand the racist comment on central Africans that was slipped in at the end

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