Rhapsody Of The Naked Immigrants

Rhapsody Of The Naked Immigrants Poetry Elena Georgiou s second collection RHAPSODY OF THE NAKED IMMIGRANTS prompts us beyond the question Where are you from to complicated questions regarding multiple migrations invasions post c

  • Title: Rhapsody Of The Naked Immigrants
  • Author: Elena Georgiou
  • ISBN: 9780981556024
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Paperback
  • Poetry Elena Georgiou s second collection, RHAPSODY OF THE NAKED IMMIGRANTS, prompts us beyond the question Where are you from to complicated questions regarding multiple migrations, invasions, post colonial freedom, and the ability to board international flights Elena Georgiou has the unbordered tongue of an immigrant Her poems travel through the public and prPoetry Elena Georgiou s second collection, RHAPSODY OF THE NAKED IMMIGRANTS, prompts us beyond the question Where are you from to complicated questions regarding multiple migrations, invasions, post colonial freedom, and the ability to board international flights Elena Georgiou has the unbordered tongue of an immigrant Her poems travel through the public and private geographies of citizenship, building homes made of bodies and language Her work is an alphabet, a Greek chorus, a praise poem for the English language and its many tongues It is your visa to the poetry of immigration Lisa Birman She reminds us, through the eyes of immigrant experiences, that we too must be our own Expatriate Cartographer if we are to navigate and survive the losses and gains of living through change and eruption Remarkably brave Jenny Boully Immigrant questions become questions of how to love, how to adhere to an earth cut in half Elena Georgiou s beautiful book of poems is a map of silk countries, folded and unfolding Bhanu Kapil A choreography of names, places, and the forbidden worn by figures over a shared landscape urban, rural, in between.

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    1. Never before have the experiences of immigrants been so poetically and beautifully transcribed. Drawing on experiences of all nationalities and circumstances, Elena Giorgiou’s collection of poetry Rhapsody of the Naked Immigrants attempts to describe the inner lives of immigrants in New York City. The lines above end the first poem of the collection, and Georgiou spends the rest of the book questions the statement. Elena Georgiou has published two collections of poetry, of which Rhapsody is th [...]

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