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Tampa Review 21

Richard Mathews (Editor)

Verlag: University of Tampa Press
ISBN 10: 1879852705 / ISBN 13: 9781879852709
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Titel: Tampa Review 21

Verlag: University of Tampa Press

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Inhaltsangabe: Florida and Croatia may be worlds apart, but the works of three Croatian Naive artists spotlighted in this edition of Tampa Review prove that we share kindred spirits.

In this latest collection, you will ponder rice and redemption in Mississippi and learn Seattle is not the only place they're sleepless in Gary Fincke's "Records for Lost Sleep." Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel reflects on the importance of individual action and Pulitzer Prize nominee Richard Chess affirms the wake-up call of poetry. Adrienne M. Golub contributes a personal essay with photographs reflecting on her family's experience of the landmark event known as the "Peekskill Riots" or the "Robeson Riots" that shaped American history in 1949. Tampa Review celebrates the bounty of mind, spirit, and beauty that global and local arts bring to our lives.

Über den Autor: This collection features short stories by Nat Akin, Suzanne Carlton, Dave Hansen, Caroline Koeppel, and Elisa Spindler; poetry by Richard Chess, Stephen Cushman, Frank X. Gaspar, Brandon Kershner, Ann Lauinger, Peter Meinke, and Charles Weld; nonfiction by Richard Chess, Gary Gincke, Adrienne Golub, and Elie Wiesel; and art by Ivan Lackovic Croata, Salvador Dali, Matt Larson, Rebecca Sexton Larson, Stephen F. Procko, Roberto Rodriguez and Jerry Uelsmann. · Selected biographies from this collection: ELIE WIESEL is Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities at Boston University. His memoir NIGHT is regarded by many as the most powerful literary expression of the Holocaust. He is recipient of the Nobel Prize for Peace and the Ellis Island Medal of Honor. PETER MEINKE is author of 11 books of poetry. · JERRY UELSMANN has presented more than 100 solo shows of his photographs and has work in permanent collections of Museum of Modern Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, London's Victoria and Albert Museum, National Gallery of Canada, and other museums all over the world.

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