Split between dark and light, this book records the dichotomy of human experience with unflinching force and clarity. It deals with break-up, depression, illness and death. But it also reveals an intense involvement with nature and a capacity for healing and love. There are intimate personal poems reflecting on relationships with people and creatures; poems which enter the lives of real and imaginary characters, Keats and Medea and Blodeuwedd, for example; and also poems which engage with paintings and political events.
«Ю-ю» Александра Куприна – один из серии рассказов автора про животных, в котором он симпатизирует их чуткой душе, порою более искренней, чем душа человека***. Главная героиня произведения – кошка по имени Ю-ю, которая была необычайно добрая и отзывчивая с хозяевами. Перу автора принадлежат такие известные произведения как…
Set in a territory which connects child with adult, myth with reality, the personal with the universal, the book shows a poet fully open to the richness and possibilities of the world but also aware of its violence and pain, not as a remote observer but as someone who is a part of it.