The Hidden Model Kindle Ó The Hidden Kindle -

The Hidden Model Kindle Ó The Hidden Kindle -

The Hidden Model ❰EPUB❯ ✵ The Hidden Model Author David Yezzi – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk From the huddling men in a Rembrandt print to an image in a bathroom mirror that might be Christ or a mere smudge, David Yezzi, with his precisely carved and subtly cutting language, questions and con From the huddling men in a Rembrandt print to an image in a bathroom mirror that might be Christ or a mere smudge, David Yezzi, with his precisely carved and subtly cutting language, questions and considers the surfaces of our perceptions and the life they conceal that which suggests, asks, demands to be seen In this deeply philosophical book, Yezzi The Hidden Kindle - deploys a mobile intelligence that reaches from the world of art to the landscape of the mind s cravings and demonstrates a capacious gift for using the formal techniques of poetry in unobtrusive and captivating ways, rendering verse that is both poetically rich and emotionally charged.


10 thoughts on “The Hidden Model

  1. Glenn Glenn says:

    Drawing unlikely connections, David Yezzi s poems place us in moments of decision, in moments of great import There are juxtapositions of steady surface details and their undercurrents shifting, disturbing the order above, depicted metaphorically throughout, or, as in the title poem The Hidden Model and Sad is Eros, Builder of Cities, as a literal mingling of before and after, showing how the remains of what we believe we have overcome still stays with us, as an unbidden thought, calling at Drawing unlikely connections, David Yezzi s poems place us in moments of decision, in moments of great import There are juxtapositions of steady surface details and their undercurrents shifting, disturbing the order above, depicted metaphorically throughout, or, as in the title poem The Hidden Model and Sad is Eros, Builder of Cities, as a literal mingling of before and after, showing how the remains of what we believe we have overcome still stays with us, as an unbidden thought, calling attention to the way things are, even as our idea of our lives, our existence, what is true, is being forever altered In the beautiful sequence Aporias, he limns chaos out of order, evidence of death disguised in beauty, endings in beginnings In Graven Image, he does not surrender to the easy ridicule that the circumstances depicted in the poem would suggest, but instead walks adifficult line, between gentle skepticism and genuine respect for at least the need to believe.There is the strong command of language, as in Hand to Mouth, where his description of a German shepherd s end is a lovely, unspooling tangle of connecting and dispersing images, simple and breath taking And then he surprises with the humor of poems like Letter to L.A and Upon Julia s Breasts demonstrating beyond any doubt the breadth of the artist s ability


  2. Lesley Lesley says:

    Gorgeous A formalist who, I think, manipulates traditional poetics in such a way that the work never seems sentimental but, instead, nuanced, subtle, dark I loved it and I can t wait to read


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