Nineveh




      Nineveh
Zohar Atkins s first collection Nineveh takes its modernist bearings from Edmond Jabes, Paul Celan, and Yehudah Amichai but also, merrily, from John Ashbery and Frank O Hara His poems offer humor and hospitality alongside deep learning and enigmatic, mystical theophany The division between secular and religious is blurred, the two coexist in a generous exchange The Bible is near at hand but rendered unfamiliar in the combination of anachronism with classical allusion The poems produce a jarring, contemporary Midrashim interpretative retellings of canonical tales Cain and Abel appear as business executives, Ishmael is a Palestinian dying in an Israeli hospital, Rachel and Leah are the projected identities of a demented Jacob, and God is a perfectionist who procrastinates by binge watching TV. Free Read eBook Nineveh author Zohar Atkins – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 96 pages
  • Nineveh
  • Zohar Atkins
  • 08 May 2017
  • 1784107395

7 thoughts on “ Nineveh

  1. Jee Koh says:

    It was mostly somewhat amusing Then there are a couple of poems Dementia, Nineveh, retellings of Jacob s and Jonah s stories respectively that went to the deep place As a friend remarked at the launch reading, plenty of ideas but little pressure on the language.

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