The air around the butterfly/Въздухът около пеперудата

Katerina Stoykova-Klemer Georgi Borissov Inna Pavlova Инна Павлова

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The air around the butterfly/Въздухът около пеперудата

The air around the butterfly Poems in Bulgarian and English parallel text

  • Title: The air around the butterfly/Въздухът около пеперудата
  • Author: Katerina Stoykova-Klemer Georgi Borissov Inna Pavlova Инна Павлова
  • ISBN: 9789549772647
  • Page: 284
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poems in Bulgarian and English parallel text.

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    One thought on “The air around the butterfly/Въздухът около пеперудата

    1. Иглика Дионисиева on said:

      Всичко започна така: В разговор с Катерина Стойкова-Клемър споменах, че любимото ми нейно стихотворение е „Майка ми отива на война“. Тогава авторката ми изпрати файл на книгата „Въздухът около пеперудата“, в която е включено то. Започнах да превъртам страниците на файла, [...]

    2. Brian on said:

      This is a magnificent gem of a book. Witty, delightful, and surprisingly surprising poems fill each page. Don't just read it, savor it, and you will find yourself returning to it again and again for the beauty within.

    3. Drew Logan on said:

      Excellent and Amusing Poetry. Well worth the read. I learned something reading it and suggest that you will too. One of my favorite poets.

    4. S. on said:

      I won this book in a Good Reads contest and, being a fan of eastern European literature, I was very interested in reading a Bulgarian poet. I found a lot of what I hoped to find in the book – short poems, wit, brushes with the surreal. I read the collection over lunch, and re-read parts in the evening. I found very appealing that it’s written by an ex-pat who obviously suffers from the same brand of homesickness and associated alienation I do. I definitely felt that connection and that under [...]

    5. Kelly on said:

      I've never liked reviewing poetry, each stanza personal to both reader and writer. And really, it almost always comes down to perspectiveose exact words, at that exact time, at that exact place and filled with all the intent and emotion you lacked the ability to convey yourself. With that said, I did win this one from First Reads Giveaway. Hospital RoomIf only these walls could talk they would say, "If only this nightstand could talk it would say, "If only this pillow could talk it would say, "I [...]

    6. Clark Knowles on said:

      Spare but full, spacious but intimate, expansive but tightly focused, funny but full of sorrow, home but away, all heart and all body, cloud and stone. It won't take you long to read this book and then you'll want to read it again.

    7. Hazel on said:

      Filled my head and body with resounding verses. So sad, so true, so beautiful.

    8. Gretchen on said:

      This is a book of poetry. Katerina uses simple, clear language and images. She has a breathtaking ability to use the last line to punctuate and deepen the meaning of the whole poem.

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