Punto de Vista Collection

Hen means Honey

Poems chosen and written by Margaret Tait

ISBN: 978-84-235-3353-4
Price: 10 euro

The Scottish poet and filmmaker, Margaret Tait, is responsible for the ninth edition of the Punto de Vista collection with a volume that includes seven cinematographic essays and 32 poems translated into English for the first time.  The chosen translator is the essayist and poet, Antonio Rivero Taravillo, responsible for the translation of the poetic works of Ezra Pound, John Keats, William Shakespeare, Robert Graves, John Donne or Walt Whitman. Tait was the author of three collections of poems: Origins and Elements (1959), Subjects and Sequences (1960) and The Hen and the Bees (1960). The book in the Punto de Vista collection presents a selection from all her books and also adds her essays on film with reflections on Time in film, the works of Rossellini or her ideas on independent and low budget film.

Promoted and distributed by the Government of Navarre's Publications Section.

Hen means Honey

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