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  • ISBN: 1857544781
  • Author: Karen Press
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Poetry
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Carcanet Press Ltd. (November 1, 2000)
  • Pages: 72 pages
  • ePUB size: 1844 kb
  • FB2 size 1194 kb
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Karen Press (born 1956) is a South African poet and translator. She was born in Cape Town, and lives in Sea Point. She also translated poetry from Afrikaans, primarily work by Antjie Krog. In 1987 she co-founded the publishing collective Buchu Books.

Karen Press is a writer in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Her books of poetry include Exquisite Monsters (Turnstone Press) and Types of Canadian Women and of Women Who Are or Have Been Connected with Canada, Volume II (Gaspereau Press). You can find her at kipress. Show Full Bio. December 26, 2019. Why I'm Sending My Family Away So I Can Be Alone On Christmas.

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Showing 4 of 4 results that match your query. Written by leading South African poet and feminist thinker Karen Press, these poems are varied in tone and formal invention. Examining themes as diverse as imperialism, historical memory, urban. Already a ShippingPass member?

This collection brings together work from 1990-1995, the poems which Karen Press regards as exploratory tools along two axes of what it means to have a home.

This collection brings together work from 1990-1995, the poems which Karen Press regards as exploratory tools along two axes of what it means to have a home. The first axis is time: past to present, personal ancestors and public history, personal history and public ancestors. The other axis is spatial, in the present tense, the movement from home to home, exile to exile.

This collection brings together work from 1990-1995, the poems which Karen Press regards as exploratory tools along two axes of what it means to have a home. The first axis is time: past to present, personal ancestors and public history, personal history and public ancestors. The other axis is spatial, in the present tense, the movement from home to home, exile to exile. Press draws on the history of a particular place at a particular time, but is aware that local struggles to reclaim a home and a narrative of one's own history are echoes of every person's struggle to be at home in the world.
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