Child of Nature

Child of Nature In my house praying was considered a weakness like making love And like making love it was followed by a long night of fear so alone with the body nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp Luljeta Lleshanaku

In my house praying was considered a weakness,like making love.And like making love it was followed by a long night of fear,so alone with the body.nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp Luljeta Lleshanaku Lleshanaku belongs to the first post totalitarian generation of Albanian poets Child of Nature is her second poetry collection in EngIn my house praying was considered a weakness,like making love.And like making love it was followed by a long night of fear,so alone with the body.nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp nbsp Luljeta Lleshanaku Lleshanaku belongs to the first post totalitarian generation of Albanian poets Child of Nature is her second poetry collection in English Here she turns to the fallout of her country s past and its relation to herself and her family Through intense, powerful lyrics, she explores how these histories intertwine and influence her childhood memories and the retelling of her family s stories Sorrow, death, imprisonment, and desire are some of the themes that echo deeply in Lleshanaku s beautiful poems, poems that Peter Constantine has called contemporary classics of world literature Of her work, Albanian novelist Ridvan Dibra writes, When you close her book, the images don t leave you They cleave you open like a leopard s paw, and enter into you Once inside they create their own life, a second life, vastly different from the original What can we expect from real poetry, from true art

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Child of Nature

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  1. Really stunning, moving poetry In the backdrop is a complicated and disturbing history of Albania under Communism, but the foci of the poems are the people Lleshanaku met, loved, wondered about, etc.


  2. Another powerful collection by this magical poet If you re a fan of poetry then pick up a copy of this Here are my overall favorites Yellow Book Old News Regarding Hypermetropia Irreversible Landscapes A Pair of Sandals Under a Tree Tranzit Understanding a Journey A Question of Numbers Flashback 1 In The Absent of Water The Man Without Land The Television Owner


  3. These are very deep, complicated poems that swirl around the issues the author faced growing up in a communist country She is a child of her nature , her environment.



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