She also met the Cat in the Hat, a Honker from Sesame Street, and got her own first free books from a publisher, Penguin. That leads me to the firsts for the festival. For the first time in its year history, it was held over two days.
Rouen 37 Peter Baum: Wartime April 39 John McCrae: In Flanders Fields 39 Charles Sorley: When you see millions of the mouthless dead 40 Lucie Delarue-Mardrus: Execution 44 Margaret Postgate Cole: The Falling Leaves 44 Guillaume Apollinaire: War Marvel 46 Anton Schnack: Nocturnal Landscape 48 Giuseppe Ungaretti: Vigil 49 Edward Thomas: This is no case of petty right or wrong 50 Edward Thomas: Rain 51 Jean Cocteau: The Deserter 59 Siegfried Sassoon: In the Pink 60 Aleksandr Blok: The Kite 60 Siegfried Sassoon: A Working Party 62 Edward Thomas: How I hate you, you young cheerful men!
Break of Day in the Trenches 68 David Jones: A Night Attack 77 Siegfried Sassoon: Counter-Attack 78 Giuseppe Ungaretti: The Rivers 81 Siegfried Sassoon: The Hero 81 Wilfred Owen: The Sentry 83 Siegfried Sassoon: Base Details 84 Siegfried Sassoon: The Rear-Guard 85 Siegfried Sassoon: Attack 86 Siegfried Sassoon:Komunyakaa rarely engages in syntactical or rhetorical fireworks, the sort that drive students batty; instead, his poems are so dense with sensory imagery that they become dreamlike (from “Starlight Scope Myopia”: “Smoke-colored // Viet Cong / move under our eyelids ”).
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) Deliberate. Yusef Komunyakaa: Starlight Scope Myopia. Yusef Komunyakaa: Facing It. Yusef Komunyakaa: Thanks.
Denise Levertov: Overheard over S.E. Asia. James Fenton: Cambodia.
David Widup: Laos. Elliot Richman: The Woman He Killed. Jon Forrest Glade: Blood Trail.
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Michael Collins () In "Starlight Scope Myopia," [Komunyakaa’s] unexpected empathy is best expressed by the word Komunyakaa puts into the mouths of the Vietnamese who may be "calling the Americans / beaucoup dien cai dau" (very crazy).This multicultural insult begins with a word the Vietnamese took from the French, whom they defeated, then switches for exactitude into Vietnamese .
The paradox of San Antonio, dependent almost solely on it's aquifer for the water stored deep below the city in limestone caverns, is that, though almost always in a state of water rationing, much of its daily life is centered around the rivers and creeks and lakes in the city or nearby.