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by George Eklund

The Island Blade download ebook
ISBN:
0980156041
ISBN13:
978-0980156041
Author:
George Eklund
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ABZ Press (October 14, 2011)
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116 pages
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George Eklund came to earth in May of 1952, first born child of George and Joan Hines Eklund of Queens, New York. Eklund taught high school English on Long Island from 1974-75.

George Eklund came to earth in May of 1952, first born child of George and Joan Hines Eklund of Queens, New York. He attended the public schools on Long Island, graduating from Bay Shore High School in 1970. In 1976 Eklund moved to Brooklyn Heights.

Eklund's poems are celebrations and examinations of philosophical, social, psychological, and spiritual emergencies. This collection is filled with voices at once strange and familiar, poems that unite human interiors and exteriors. ISBN13:9780980156041.

George Eklund is professor emeritus at Morehead State University

George Eklund is professor emeritus at Morehead State University. His publications include the full length collections The Island Blade (ABZ Press 2011) and Each Breath I Cannot Hold (Wind Publications 2011), and a chapbook from Finishing Line Press in 2012, Wanting To Be an Element

Eklund's most recent book publications include Wanting to Be an Element (Finishing Line Press), Each Breath I Cannot Hold (Wind Publications), and The Island Blade (ABZ Poetry Press).

Eklund's most recent book publications include Wanting to Be an Element (Finishing Line Press), Each Breath I Cannot Hold (Wind Publications), and The Island Blade (ABZ Poetry Press). Автовоспроизведение Если функция включена, то следующий ролик начнет воспроизводиться автоматически.

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The Eklund Islands (73°16′S 71°50′W, 7. 67°S 7. 33°W) are a group of islands which rise through the ice near the southwest end of George VI Sound towards the south of the Antarctic Peninsula. 33°W) are a group of islands which rise through the ice near the southwest end of George VI Sound towards the south of the Antarctic Peninsula

The largest island, 5 nautical miles (9 km) in extent and rising to 410 metres (1,350 ft), was discovered in December 1940 by Finn Ronne and Carl R. Eklund of the United States Antarctic Service during their 1,097-mile (1,765 km) sledge journey south from Stonington Island to the southwest part of George VI Sound and return.

She lives in Sissinghurst, Kent, with her husband and their two children. The story of life on Spinalonga, the lepers’ island, is gripping and carries real emotional impact. Her highly anticipated second novel, The Return, is a captivating tale of pain and passion at the heart of war-torn Spain. Praise for Victoria Hislop’s acclaimed debut novel, The Island: ‘A beautiful tale of enduring love and unthinking prejudice’ Daily Express. brings dignity and tenderness to her novel about lives blighted by leprosy’ Telegraph.

The poems of George Eklund are celebrations and examinations of our philosophical, social, psychological and spiritual emergencies. This collection is filled with voices at once strange and familiar, poems that unite human interiors and exteriors. They present an aesthetic which honors language as the essence of our beings; an aesthetic in which words are freed from the yokes of colonial duties. These poems synthesize influences drawn from a diverse and wide world. They celebrate discursive, linear composition as it comes into contact with the elliptical and associative orientations in language. We encounter a voice that alternates as narrative or lyrical as well as associative and highly abstracted. To create new blendings and ratios these poems move freely between the rational and the arcane, between the linear and the elliptical. The Island Blade offers us a destination to expand and honor human experience.